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M.S.W. Grad Provides for Those Who Cannot Do So Themselves

Putting his social work degree to work, Felix Colon, Class of 2020, assists at Woonsocket food pantry.

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News Brief: Fulbright-Hays Grant Funds Course in Guatemala

With the continued growth in enrollment of Guatemalan youth in Rhode Island's K-12 educational system, this course will be of particular benefit to educators working or preparing to work in Providence and Central Falls school districts.

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Remote Internship Brings Her Closer to Her Calling

Rhode Island College provides an education that is immediately applicable in the workplace – even if the workplace is at home.

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Meet Our Students: Sebastian Borgia Has Deep Roots in the Environment

Be it climate change or matters of social justice, youth like Borgia are less focused on financial success than they are on making a difference.

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After Court Victory, RIC’s Office of Community, Equity and Diversity Reacts

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to ensure workplace protection for LGBTQ+ employees came as a huge yet welcome surprise to Christopher Lee, coordinator of RIC’s LGBTQ+ and Gender office.

In America, COVID-19 Has Not Been an Equal Opportunity Virus

Health officials said COVID-19 was the great equalizer, that the virus didn’t discriminate, yet African Americans have been hit disproportionately hard by the pandemic.

Exploring RIC through Virtual Lens

How do you sell a college experience to students who may never set foot on campus in the fall?

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Quest for the Holy Grail – A Vaccine for COVID-19

Patent attorney Meaghan Richmond ’98 works for one of the top pharmaceutical companies in the world at the forefront of the global research effort to find a vaccine for the coronavirus.

Doubling Up on Language in Pawtucket Schools

RIC alumni Yury Cardona '18 and Michelle Carvajal ’18 shape their students' experiences through English and Spanish.

Where There's a Will, There's a Way, Says RIC Alum Omar Reyes

A first-gen student who once thought college was not for him now directs adult education programs for RI's higher ed authority.