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Put to the test
Chemistry Professor Wayne Suits teamed with students to conduct an experiment on which recent hand sanitizers to hit the market could contain dangerous contaminants. The results were "eye-opening."
Fall 2020 Dean's List
CCRI has announced its Dean's List for the previous semester, which honors students enrolled in a degree program who have completed 12 credits with a grade point average of 3.25 or higher.
Staying the course
Despite battling Crohn’s disease and raising a small child at home, Riverside's Keri Giacomini returns to CCRI after nearly two decades to follow her passion for helping others through social work.
All in a day's work
As a first-year Rhode Island Promise scholar and future student-athlete on CCRI's women's basketball team, Cranston's Talia Thibodeau has made a seamless transition to remote learning this semester.
Within their scope
Through a partnership with the University of Toledo, students in professor Heather Townsend’s microbiology class experienced a unique opportunity to control a multi-million-dollar microscope remotely.