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Creating a Forum for Difficult Discussions in the ClassroomRhode Island College Impact
We want our students to feel free to discuss their thoughts on controversial social and political issues in the classroom.
Quenby Hughes, New Dean of the Faculty of Arts and SciencesRhode Island College Impact
Not only is Hughes a RIC alumna and daughter of two retired RIC professors, she is the first woman to serve in this role.
The Art of Professor Fisher & Daughter Crickett
There are benefits to growing up in a museum with artists for parents. You could wind up in one of the best art departments in R.I. looking up at the face of your dad-slash-professor.
The Q&A: Prof. Endress Discusses How the Online World of Misinformation Feeds into Political PolarizationRhode Island College Impact
Endress is helping to counter the political divide in America by teaching her students to distinguish fact from fiction when sourcing their news.
The Q&A: Political Communication Expert, Prof. Endress, Discusses How to Heal the Partisan Divide
TV, radio and print news have long turned to Prof. Endress for political commentary. At RIC, students are lucky enough to get to learn from her in the classroom.
One of the Most Misunderstood Terms of the Century: Critical Race Theory
What is critical race theory and why is it being banned in schools?
The Q&A: Is Group Conformity Dividing Us? Prof. of Psych Gives His OpinionRhode Island College Impact
RIC Professor of Psychology David Sugarman is known for challenging the thinking of his students. When asked about the political and social divide in our country, he explained the social psychology behind it.
“Black Joy” – New Course at RICRhode Island College Impact
RIC’s Africana Studies Program is committed to furthering the Black intellectual tradition that centers the study of Black life from the perspective of Black people.
Art Meets Science: Profs. Whitten & Bosch Collaborate on the Galileo Project
Pictured are three objects. Are they scientific instruments or are they art objects?
Profs. Zoll & Feinberg Release Seminal Book & PodcastRhode Island College Impact
Our faculty share their expertise both inside and outside the classroom.