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These bronze vessels at the National Palace Museum were once used at rituals and feasts by emperors and aristocrats.
This new fellowship is designed to support the professional development of faculty who are Black, Indigenous and People of Color.
“RI-INBRE has been very good to me in supporting my research,” says Jamie Towle-Weicksel. “I am very thankful.”
Professor Emeritus Hutchinson has been a beloved member of the RIC Music, Theatre and Dance department and the college community for decades. A celebration of Dr. Hutchinson's life will be held at future date.
While many struggle with Zoom fatigue, four professors are fostering a deeper appreciation for remote learning.
Kiser introduces her students to women in history who possessed agency and power despite existing under limited circumstances.
Mukherjee authors and co-authors articles.
In this book, Reamer tackles the effect on social workers of witnessing unsafe, incompetent and unethical behavior.
Communication professor Brian Knoth demonstrates that there are many ways to tell a story.