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The Way Out Is In

“Teaching someone how to think positively or reframe their thoughts and beliefs isn’t enough. The entire body must be brought into therapy,” said RIC alum and holistic therapist Grace Dulude.

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Former State Home on RIC Campus Listed on National Register of Historic Places

This federally recognized designation puts a spotlight on an important chapter in our state’s history and opens up new possibilities for preservation, said RIC President Sánchez.

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RIC Sustained by Energy from First Solar Panel Array

With the addition of a solar panel array, Rhode Island College is reducing its carbon footprint and investing in more renewable energy.

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For Refugee, the Struggle Is Worth It

A woman flees violence in Colombia and finds help at RIC

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For Refugee, the Struggle Is Worth It

A woman flees violence in Colombia and finds help at RIC

Bringing Math to Underrepresented Groups

“Research has shown that it’s not race that affects math scores. It’s your zip code,” said RIC Professor of Mathematics Salam Turki. She and two fellow faculty members are working to change that.​

Professor’s Leadership Lauded by International Social Work Organization

Reamer received honor for his knowledge regarding professional ethics in the social work field.

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Alumna Builds STEAMM-Powered Nonprofit

Beth Cunha’s before and afterschool programs serve approximately 1,800 of the state’s youth, grades K-12, each year.

Alumna Leads Response to Child Pornography

Child pornography is child sexual abuse, said RIC M.S.W. graduate Angela Kemp, and she’s working to ensure that these crimes don’t fall through the cracks.

Failure is Never Fatal

RIC alumni Alex and Danielle Lucini are raising the bar for young, aspiring musicians.

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