The General Education Committee is pleased to announce fall workshops. We strongly encourage you to attend and participate so that the many voices of the CCRI community are heard and included in this process.
CCRI’s Knight Campus Student Government invites children and their families to a “Trunk or Treat” community trick-or-treating event from 5 to 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 29, in the faculty/staff parking lot at the Warwick campus.
An AFLAC representative will be on CCRI campuses to discuss available programs from Nov. 3 to 16.
Faculty have a shared responsibility with students and Disability Services for Students (DSS) staff to implement classroom accommodations. Accommodations are provided to ensure equity in the classroom so all students have a level playing field for academic success.
Dr. Karen Petit, writing center coordinator and adjunct faculty member, will co-present “Writing Creatively with Research,” with Steven Porter, president of the Association of Rhode Island Authors at “Book Bites” at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 2, at the North Scituate Public Library.
The FY18 prioritization and FY19 budget planning process was initiated to all departments via an email communication on Sept. 25.
This past spring CCRI upgraded from the CCRI Medial Library to a new and improved media library called Medial.
CITLA will host brown bag workshops in October and November.
CCRI faculty and staff were called on to talk about the success of our Credit for Prior Learning program in a highly-attended national forum this month.