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RIC Faculty Member Explores the Imperial & Public Feasts of Ancient China

These bronze vessels at the National Palace Museum were once used at rituals and feasts by emperors and aristocrats.

News Brief: Professor Richard Weiner Publishes New Book

This book is "an empirically grounded call for us to look way beyond capitalism to create a better present and future."

News Brief: Fulbright-Hays Grant Funds Course in Guatemala

This course targets R.I. K-12 educators in Providence and Central Falls who serve the largest numbers of Guatemalan youth.

School Ambassador Fellowship Awarded to Julie Richardson

Richardson is the first school psychologist ever selected for this prestigious fellowship awarded by the U.S. Department of Education.

Lift Yourself Out of Depression

Exercise physiologist Jason Sawyer is researching the role of exercise in treating depression. 

Discrimination Does More Than Divide People

Psychology professor researches the effects of microaggressions on people of color.

Danforth Discusses Adaptation of Book to Film

Rhode Island College Impact

"The Miseducation of Cameron Post," a film adapted from a novel by Emily Danforth, assistant professor of English, met with a packed audience at RIC.

Jane Williams, Visionary Leader and Founding Dean of the School of Nursing, Retires

RIC President Frank D. Sánchez and Dean Jane Bodine Williams at her retirement reception.

RIC Professor of Biology Lloyd Matsumoto Retires

RIC Professor of Biology Lloyd Matsumoto has served Rhode Island College for 34 years. His reputation still has the power to lift heads when he enters a room.