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RIC Announces Commencement Speakers

EOHHS Secretary Elizabeth Roberts and R.I. Public Radio Political Analyst Scott MacKay will serve as RIC commencement speakers.

Rhode Island Public Radio political analyst Scott MacKay will serve as the 2015 RIC Commencement speaker for the baccalaureate ceremony, while R.I. Secretary of Health and Human Services Elizabeth H. Roberts will serve as speaker for the advanced degree ceremony.

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RIC Adds New Undergraduate Programs in Environmental Studies, Global Studies 

Both programs, which fall under the Faculty of Arts and Sciences but which draw upon coursework in many different fields, will provide students a strong multi-disciplinary, liberal arts foundation with options for specializations.

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Arbor Day Celebration to Bring New Trees to RIC

DEM Director Janet Coit will oversee the Arbor Day celebration on the RIC campus.

DEM Director Janet Coit will join President Carriuolo for an Arbor Day celebration and tree planting on East Campus on Friday, April 24.

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RIC’s Unique Special Olympics for Athletes With Severe/Profound Disabilities

More than 150 athletes are expected at the annual Special Olympics Motor Activities Training Program on Friday, April 17, from 10 a.m. to noon, at the Murray Center.

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Multimedia Production Commemorates 100th Anniversary of Armenian Genocide

Performances are April 22, at 1 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. in Sapinsley Hall.

Meet Our Students: Jose Rosario – An Odd Twist of Fate Led to His Life Purpose

Jose Rosario, a 19-year-old who uses a wheelchair, is determined to help support at-risk teens.

RIC Student Meets President of United States

RIC biochem major Lisbeth Avalos introduced President Barack Obama at a recent speech held at RIC’s Murray Center.

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RIC Theater Alum Sets Stage in W. Warwick

Playwright and director Lenny Schwartz, Class of 2000, opens Arctic Playhouse ...


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