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RIC’s 2016 Faculty Emeriti – Talent Too Good to Retire

RIC President Frank D. Sánchez honors Professor of Educational Studies Nancy Cloud and other faculty with emeriti status.

This year, 15 faculty members earned emeriti status. RIC President Frank D. Sánchez noted the “remarkable dedication, expertise and passion” they have brought to Rhode Island College.

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How One Dutch Artist Reinvented Religious Paintings

RIC Associate Professor of Art Natasha Seaman led a recent workshop discussion at RIC on religious paintings. Pictured is “Doubting Thomas’’ a work created by the Dutch painter Hendrick ter Brugghen, whom Seaman wrote about extensively in her 2012 book.

At a recent lecture at RIC, Associate Professor of Art History Natasha Seaman discussed her book on the religious paintings of 17th-century Dutch painter Hendrick ter Brugghen.

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RIC Senior Leah Kiernan Awarded Changemaker Fellowship

RIC senior Leah Kiernan

This one-year fellowship by Social Enterprise Greenhouse will provide Kiernan with the resources she needs to jumpstart her career in public relations.

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Are We Being Controlled by Technology?

Nicholas Carr, author of “The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains,” presented a thought-provoking lecture at Rhode Island College, sponsored by Open Books – Open Minds.

“For the first time in human history, we have technology that is influencing the way we think from the moment we wake up until the moment we go to sleep,” said Nicholas Carr in a recent lecture sponsored by Open Books – Open Minds.

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The Fall Arts Season at Rhode Island College

Rhode Island College’s provocative and intelligent arts events include music, theatre, visual arts and dance by students, faculty and professional guest artists.

MEET OUR STUDENTS: Destin Kowrati Bibemi

Destin Kowrati Bibemi is a refugee from Central African Republic. At RIC he is a leader in track, a freshman orientation leader and he has discovered a love for ballroom dancing.

RIC Graduate & Fulbright Austria Recipient Joseph Sherry

Joseph Sherry not only made Dean’s List for eight consecutive semesters, graduating summa cum laude, he won a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to Austria.

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Pres. Obama Recognizes 3 RIC Alumni for Excellence in Teaching

Graduates of RIC’s Feinstein School of Education and Human Development flew to Washington, D.C., to receive the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching signed by President Obama.