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A Question of Identity: Prof. Saucier’s New Book Challenges Theories on Black Identity

“Lerone Bennett once wrote that blackness always presents a challenge to America,” said P. Khalil Saucier, RIC professor of sociology. In an ethnographic study of local Cape Verdean youth, Saucier examines the lens through which sociologists have historically viewed black identity.

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RIC Offers Early Spring Session Courses

Field work in Ecuador is among the Early Spring Session course offerings.

Early Spring Session courses, including research opportunities such as field work in Ecuador, allow students to accelerate or enhance their studies. 

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Workshop Highlights Warning Signs of Dating Violence

Gloria Greenfield, manager of community programs at Sojourner House in Providence.

Gloria Greenfield, manager of community programs at Sojourner House in Providence, visited campus to present a workshop on dating violence. 

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Top Questions from the RIC Open House

A crowd of more than 400 prospective students attended this event on Saturday, Nov. 14, to find out what life is like at RIC. 

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Finance Major Awarded Changemaker Fellowship

RIC junior Octavian Goncalves is among 10 select undergraduate student leaders in Rhode Island awarded for their passion for entrepreneurship.

Secret Life of Plants Leads to Field of Research

Biology major Bruno Ramos discovered the field of research by focusing on an area of biology that he disliked the most – the study of plants.