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RIC’s School of Business Offers New Sports Management MajorRhode Island College Impact
Let the games begin: Earn a degree in the sports business beginning fall 2023.
5 emprendedores de RIC crean su propia compañía en Rhode IslandRhode Island College Impact
El 65% de los egresados de RIC viven y trabajan en Rhode Island. Muchos han creado sus propios negocios, enriqueciendo la economía de nuestro estado.
Anchor 2 Success Program Clears a Pathway to College for Central Falls Students
The best bet for our future is in the faces of these students.
Commencement Speaker, Honorary Degree Recipients Announced
Elizabeth Burke Bryant, former executive director of Rhode Island KIDS COUNT, will give the commencement address and receive an honorary degree. The late philanthropist Edward Avedisian will also receive a posthumous degree.
Grant Aims to Elevate Latinx Behavioral Health Care in RIRhode Island College Impact
A School of Social Work grant will fund essential clinical behavioral health services training to assist Hispanic communities statewide.
RIC is a Pipeline for Multilingual Teaching CareersRhode Island College Impact
RIC’s World Languages Education and RITE programs are pathways for certification to teach Spanish, Portuguese and French.
Feinstein School’s New Home Receives Warm Reception
New digs for education majors described as comfy and welcoming.
New Interagency Program is Helping Social Workers Become Licensed CliniciansRhode Island College Impact
Here are some of the faces of R.I.’s future social work clinicians earning their M.S.W. degree at Rhode Island College.
In Pictures: Artifacts of Black Heritage in Rhode IslandRhode Island College Impact
Shackles designed for a child slave is among the many artifacts in the R.I. Black Heritage Society collection at Rhode Island College.
$300K Biology Fellowship Established by Prof. Emeritus Lloyd & Terri MatsumotoRhode Island College Impact
This fellowship is designed to strengthen the Department of Biology and attract more students.