The Community College of Rhode Island stands proudly and firmly in support of our community members and their families who may be affected by the potential revocation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
In her comments at the Convocation, President Hughes stated that the college will be renewing its focus on safety and security this academic year. College Police will be leading this effort that will feature communication and training of students, staff and faculty.
History professor and author Jen Manion was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship to examine cultural representations of transgender experience in the 18th and 19th centuries
The CCRI Writing Center offers free services and workshops to CCRI students, faculty and staff members. This includes help with prewriting, organizing, creating thesis statements and topic sentences, writing summaries, editing and more.
Disability Services for Students is offering a free professional development opportunity for CCRI faculty and staff this fall – a semester-long hybrid course addressing accessibility, disability and culture.
Beginning with the Fall 2017 semester, academic deans would be assigned to the Liston and Flanagan Campuses. I am happy to announce that Dr. Thomas Sabbagh, Dean of Business, Science and Technology, will be assigned to the Liston Campus and Dr. Hilary Jansson, Interim Dean of Health and Rehabilitative Sciences, will be assigned to the Flanagan Campus