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Assist. Prof. Erin Papa Earns Advocacy Award and Gov’t Citation

She’s been a “tireless advocate for language programs, students and teachers in Rhode Island.”

Prof. & Former Dean Nimmagadda Honored by Adoption Rhode Island

Nimmagadda has had an “immeasurable impact…on the lives of countless children, youth and families in Rhode Island.”

Faculty Mini Grants Give Students Hands-On Immersive Learning Experiences

At RIC, emphasis is on student-centered learning, and it’s being backed by funding from the RIC Foundation.

Prof. Vince Bohlinger Awarded Mary Tucker Thorp College Professorship

Bohlinger will present Thorp lecture on Ukrainian film on Wednesday, March 20, at 4 p.m. in Alger 110.

Ramírez & Gurjar Awarded 2024 NSC Faculty Fellowship

This fellowship was created by BIPOC faculty for BIPOC faculty to support professional development.

Buildings Named After RIC Women Leaders

Some of the lives of RIC women leaders are written in stone.

News Brief: Alessandra Bazo Vienrich Awarded Racial Equity Research Grant

These grants support research that contributes to understanding and ameliorating racial inequality in education.

Nursing Across Borders: Prof. Kutenplon Founds AIDS Orphan Care

Nursing faculty are reaching outside the community to help global communities.

Nursing Across Borders: RIC Faculty Member Creates Clinic in Remote Haitian Village

Asst. Prof. Jocelyne de Gouvenain (pictured here) began with a dream for her village that became a global learning experience for nursing students.

Engaged Learning in the Classroom and Community

My students explored applications of ethnobotany through engaged and experiential learning.