Keri Rossi-D’entremont is working on a project called Self Advocates in Learning (SAIL), which aims to help students at RIC become self-advocates of their own learning.
Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR)
The Office of Research and Grants Administration (ORGA), in partnership with the Building RIC (a Research Inclusive Community) faculty committee, is pleased to announce that the college is now an Enhanced Institutional Member of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR). This status, currently in effect to June 2015, includes unlimited memberships for all interested RIC faculty, staff and students.
Benefits of this membership include free access to all CUR resources, including: online publications and newsletters; membership in discipline and interest-specific affinity groups; discounts on CUR conferences, undergraduate research events, and publications; as well as information on funding resources and undergraduate research celebrations at higher education institutions across the country. This membership offers a great opportunity for anyone in the RIC community to connect with colleagues and students across the country who share an interest in promoting and participating in undergraduate research and creative activities. We encourage all RIC faculty and students to take advantage of this exciting new opportunity.
Login information for new CUR members is attached in the PDF document below. If you are already a CUR member, your current login remains the same.