Community College of Rhode Island

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    • Read moreExpert in entomophagy - David Gracer, adjunct instructor in English at CCRI for the past decade, has another passion besides teaching: promoting the cultivation and ingestion of insects as a protein source. [Read more]
    • Read moreNew transfer agreement signed - The Guaranteed Admission & Tuition Agreement offers students conditional acceptance while they are enrolled at CCRI and provides a 33 percent tuition discount to eligible students. [Read more]
    • Read moreCollege celebrates 50 years with time capsule - Members of the CCRI community gathered on Sept. 24 – the 50th anniversary of the first day of classes – to bury a time capsule at the Knight Campus in Warwick. [Read more]
    • Read moreSummer of science - Six CCRI students gained in-depth lab and field experience with research mentors at colleges and universities across the state though the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships program. [Read more]
    • Read moreNationally recognized - Meet the new leaders of the college's Student Veterans Organization, which recently received Student Veterans Association Chapter of the Month honors for its work at CCRI. [Read more]
    • Read moreSidewalks, walls are his canvas - By day, Michael Macaulay crunches numbers that help the college better understand the needs of its students. But outside of work, he practices a different art form. [Read more]
    • Read moreHonored in his field - Assistant Professor David Vito is being recognized for his dedication to bioscience education and advocacy with Tech Collective's Community Leader Award. [Read more]
    • Read moreWarwick mayor salutes CCRI – In a Providence Journal commentary, Mayor Scott Avedisian, who serves as honorary chairman of the college’s 50th anniversary celebration, highlights the institution’s impact on the community. [Read more]
    • Read moreNew security feature - Emergency light stations that connect to the CCRI Campus Police have been installed at the Flanagan Campus in Lincoln and the Liston Campus in Providence. [Read more]
    • Read moreFirst in the country - The CCRI Alumni Association has partnered with Alex and Ani to create the first-ever community college wire charm bangle in the country. Sales will support scholarships and book awards for students. [Read more]
“I tell them that teaching is my job, but this is my work. I’m saving our species.”
Last Updated: 9/29/14