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Political Legacies Inspiring the Next Generation of RIC Graduates

From top left: Sabina Matos, Susan McKee, Karen Alzate, Jessica Vega, Hillary Lima and Lammis Vargas. From bottom left: Suzy Alba, Leonela Feliz, John Lombardi, Maryellen Goodwin, Jim Langevin and Brandon Potter.

Anna Cano-Morales is “a Pioneer” for Latinx Women with Political Aspirations in Rhode Island 

“Never be apologetic about being a woman or having an accent or your educational trajectory. Be proud of it.” -Anna Cano-Morales

In Remarks to U.S. House Committee, RIC Prof. Proposes Abolishing Credit Scoring

“Why is our economy built on taking loans and taking on debt to meet basic human needs?” asks RIC Associate Professor Tamara Nopper.

RIC Prof. is Editor of New York Times Bestseller on Abolition Politics

“Abolition politics is about finding solutions to social problems other than carceral or criminal punishment,” explains Associate Professor Tamara Nopper.

Alumnus Promotes the Bold Heritage of Rhode Island Black Women

Rhode Island College Impact

“Black women have for centuries risen against the challenges of systemic racism and gender oppression. They are ‘women who dared,’” says Vice President Kimberly Dumpson.

RIC, RI Foundation Partner to Develop Pipeline of Diverse Fundraising Professionals

Rhode Island College Impact

The new Fundraising Apprenticeship Program is a collaboration between the RIC School of Social Work, the Rhode Island Foundation and the Rhode Island Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals

Financial Literacy Program, Led by RIC Alum, Seeks to Lift Underserved Out of Poverty

“Everyone deserves a shot at financial security.” — Marcy Reyes ’12

Giving Tuesday at RIC

Rhode Island College Impact

Boldly Together…that is how Rhode Island College will continue to impact the lives of our students.

New Passarelli Fund Honors Beloved Member of RIC Community, Benefits Student Athletes

Fund designed to help student athletes meet their basic needs in learning, tutoring, technology and other needs.

Wanted: Behavioral Health Care Managers in RI

The federal government awarded a four-year, $2.3 million grant to RIC's Institute for Education in Healthcare to develop a pipeline of behavioral health care managers statewide.