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RIC Announces Commencement Speakers and Honorary Degree Recipients

2014 Commencement speakers Tim Hebert and Valerie Tutson

Storyteller Valerie Tutson and Atrion CEO Tim Hebert will serve as speakers for the 2014 undergraduate and graduate commencement exercises.

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25th Anniversary Celebration of Shinn Study Abroad Fund: Musical & Reception

2014 Shinn scholarship winners. From left, Ingrid Lopez, Emma LaFleur, Zakary Pereira, Jade Lopez and Nora Garron.

Shinn anniversary celebrations end on Saturday, April 26, with a reception to honor this year’s scholarship recipients.

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A Day of Writing and Remembering Professor Jennifer Cook

A writing marathon will be held to honor the late Professor Jennifer Cook, on Friday, April 25, 2-5 p.m. at the Faculty Center Main Dining Room.

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Painter and Professor of Art Richard Whitten

At left: “Augenblick” (Blink of an Eye), oil on wood panel, by Richard Whitten (right).

The latest creations from the inventive and imaginative mind of Associate Professor Richard Whitten.

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Coming This Fall, New Programs & Offerings That Position Students for Employment

New academic offerings at RIC this fall prepare students for employment in high-demand science and health fields.

The Continued Fight for Civil Rights

An open discussion on racial profiling and media influence on African Americans in America completed RIC’s celebration of Black History Month. 

MEET OUR STUDENTS: For the Love of Portuguese and Teaching

“I wasn’t the kind of child who grew up saying, ‘I want to be this or that when I grow up.’ I fell into teaching. It kind of found me,” ...

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Alumna & Company Returned to RIC for a Whirlwind of Dance

Kellie Ann Lynch ’03, co-founder of the Elm City Dance Collective, returned with her company to perform her first full-length work.