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Bounty of Fresh Food Headed to Donovan Dining

Yes, Rhode Island College does have a campus garden and it's a significant provider for menu items in the Donovan Dining Center. Pictured are Dean Faiola, dining center executive chef, and Jim Murphy, RIC sustainability coordinator, inspecting the garden.

RIC Mourns the Loss of Legendary Administrator Dolores Passarelli ’74

Passarelli’s career at RIC spanned more than 45 years.

RIC Celebrates Pride 2021 in Solidarity with our LGBTQIA+ Community

We stand with the LGBTQIA+ community and affirm your value and place on our campus and in the world.

New Scholarship a “Game-Changer” for Medical Imaging Students

Rhode Island College Impact

This first-of-its-kind scholarship is an investment from RIMI in the future of RIC students and its emerging workforce.

News Brief: Census Lauds RIC-Based Program for Partnership to Count Seniors

The U.S. Census Bureau praised AFRI's efforts in finding creative ways to conduct census-related outreach to seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

RIC’s Clarke Science Building is on the Ballot, March 2

If voters approve the bond, renovation will begin with a new addition for research laboratories.

News Brief: Grant Helps College Upgrade Fleet of Electric Vehicle Chargers

RIC Sustainability Coordinator Jim Murphy calls the electric vehicle chargers innovative and top of the line.

Virtual Fish Lab 

Rhode Island College Impact

Research in Maia’s lab has focused on fish biomechanics since the summer of 2018.

Finding Strength in Community: Resources for RIC Students

The economic impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic has been devastating for many people. The team at Learning for Life is here to help.

Telehealth, the New Frontline for Health Care at RIC

"Telehealth is a method of providing health care remotely," explained Christie Rishworth, interim director and nurse practitioner of Health Services. "The benefit of telehealth is that it eliminates the possible transmission of infectious diseases like COVID-19 between a patient and their health-care provider."