Registration is open for CCRI’s 15th Annual Professional Development Day on Friday, March 31. Visit the Professional Development Day website to view the full list of workshops.
On Friday, March 10, CCRI’s Strategic Planning Committee held its first meeting at the Knight Campus.
For the summer term, degree-seeking students will have access to priority registration on April 3 and 4, with general registration opening April 5.
Taina Caragol, Ph.D, curator of Latino Art and History at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, will discuss civil rights activist Dolores Huerta, a founder of the American Farm Workers movement from 2 to 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 23, in Room 1336 at the Flanagan Campus.
The Bookstore is now accepting faculty and staff cap and gown orders. Submit requests to the campus location where you will pick up your cap and gown. The deadline to submit orders is Monday, May 1.
Jana Knibb, associate professor of Sociology at CCRI, will talk about the issues faced by women working in higher education at “Lunch and Learn: Women of Color in Academia” from 1 to 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 30, in Room 2229 at the Liston Campus in Providence.
The Newport County Campus Student Government will hold Women’s Power Hour at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 29, in the Auditorium at the Newport County Campus. Guest speakers include Molly Magee, executive director of SENEDIA; Colleen Burns Jermain, superintendent of Newport Public Schools; Lori N. Dipersio, executive director of the Women’s Resource Center and Ruth…
Despite some disruption from winter storm Stella, the CCRI Physical Therapy Assistant program had a successful reaccreditation site visit from the Commission on Accreditation of Physical Therapy Education last week.
As you may know, most doors and locks at the Knight Campus in Warwick will be replaced starting April 3 as we move to a swipe card system similar to those at the Liston and Flanagan campuses. Instead of a key, you will use your college ID to access rooms.
The Guaranteed Admission and Tuition Agreement (GATA) between CCRI and Providence College’s School of Continuing Education means students can save time and money continuing their education in general studies, liberal arts, fire science and general business.
Let us know what you think about our food services! Lessing’s is looking for feedback from students, faculty and staff about your satisfaction with their services at each of our CCRI campuses.