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Everything You Put Online Can and Will Be Used Against You

Here’s what you need to do to clean up your social media accounts to prepare for your future job search.

Forum on Gun Violence Searches for Answers

Rhode Island College Impact

Join us at RIC on Nov. 14 for an evening devoted to finding solutions to gun violence. This event is open to the public.

7 Skills Gained from the Humanities

Did you know that employers in many industries are prioritizing applicants with transferable skills found in the humanities?

New Course Helps Humanities Majors Prepare for Professional Careers

“I want humanities students to graduate from RIC with a sense of adventure when they see all the career possibilities before them,” says Associate Professor Brandon Hawk.

What’s the Value in Studying the Humanities?

As jobs become increasingly automated, employers are seeking workers with skills that machines can’t replace – “uniquely human” skills – like the soft skills you learn in the humanities.

Dispelling the Myth of the Asian American Model Minority

“The problem with stereotypes is not that they're untrue, it’s that they’re incomplete. They make one story become the only story.” – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

"Story Culture Live": A Podcast That Empowers Black Storytellers

“When a story begins with emphasis on the technical aspects of writing, it kills the story and assassinates the storyteller. I focus on story. Even more, I focus on the culture around storytelling,” says Clarissa Walker, Ph.D., Writing Center interim director.

A Century of Suffrage

For women, the right to vote was fought for, not given.

Crossing the Divide Between Military & Civilian Life, RIC Student Alex Ortiz

“Most of our population walk around very much unaware of what veterans have experienced and what it means to transition back from deployment. It’s important to inform and educate the general public.” — Micaela Black, VetSuccess on Campus

Ethnicity vs. Race, Part 2

“Race isn’t that important. Culture is what makes you who you are.” – RIC student, Heidi Salazar Martinez