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Care and empathy are traits that Julia Sampaio, a leukemia survivor, intends to use after she graduates with a nursing degree.
Throughout his tenure at RIC, management major Joshua Laguerre excelled academically and helped transform student government into a more diverse and inclusive organization.
“I’ve always told myself, if there’s a new software tool or a new process of doing things I’m going to learn it,” says Maurice Peltier ’17.
Once a week, Avi David goes from teaching in a high school to sitting in a college classroom with students fresh out of high school.
During a routine health screening, Sgt. First Class Amanda Weber was diagnosed with multiple traumatic brain injuries. After serving for 14 years in the Army, she was told she would have to retire. But the Army had been her life.
She’s always had a hunger to make something of her life.
"I'm glad I chose Rhode Island College to complete my degree," says Marotte. "The professors are unbelievable and the students are great."
Bailey has taken on a position in his hometown to help minority constituents receive the assistance they need.
RIC Vice President Kimberly Dumpson reflects on the importance of personal and collective history.