Community College of Rhode Island

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    • Read moreRunner overcomes obstacles - CCRI's Joe Gareri, a deaf-student athlete, relies on his discipline and tenacity to help him succeed in the classroom and on the track and cross country teams. [Read more]
    • Read moreNew book - Professor Roberta Mudge Humble's latest offering is a book of puzzles, word jumbles and games called "Rhode Island for the Native & the Naïve." [Read more]
    • Read moreDistance learning provides flexibility - Students whose work and family obligations prevent them from coming to campus as frequently as they would like can supplement their course loads through distance learning. [Read more]
    • Read moreCCRI Day - Gov. Lincoln Chafee helped the college celebrate its 50th anniversary year by proclaiming Wednesday, Nov. 12, CCRI Day in Rhode Island with a ceremony at the State House. [Read more]
    • Read moreStaying safe online - Experts at CCRI's second annual Security Awareness Day spoke of cyber threats facing all of us today as we become increasingly dependent on technology and what we can do to thwart them. [Read more]
    • Read moreWrapping up first growing season - If you wondered about the gardens in the area below the baseball field at the Knight Campus this summer and fall, it was the work of a new club on campus. [Read more]
    • Read moreHoneybee hobby - After a day of teaching in the Physical Therapist Assistant program at the Newport County Campus, Professor Martha Vigneault goes home to 30,000 fuzzy, buzzing tenants in two hives she keeps. [Read more]
    • Read moreA year of entertainment - From a rededication of CCRI's Bobby Hackett Theater to plays, musical performances and visits from special guest artists, this academic year is a busy one for the Performing Arts Department. [Read more]
    • 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 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 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 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]
Last Updated: 12/10/14