RIC Professor Confers Diplomas at R.I. School for the Deaf

Proud high school seniors at the Rhode Island School for the Deaf (RISDeaf) receive their diplomas from Marie Lynch, associate professor of special education at Rhode Island College and chair of RISDeaf’s Board of Trustees.

Located in the historic capitol city of Providence, RISDeaf has a long heritage of educating preschool through high school students from many different communities, unique backgrounds and neighborhoods across Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts.

Pictured at the graduation ceremony, from left, are senior Dominique Chasse; Marie Lynch, chair of RISDeaf; and Travis Zellner, former chair of RISDeaf.