This is the last scheduled issue of Currents before it takes a summer hiatus. Check the CCRI homepage throughout the summer for news, events and updates.
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas Sabbagh, Ph.D., as dean of Business, Science and Technology. He has been working in higher education for more than 25 years and has filled this role on an interim basis for CCRI since Jan. 1. He previously served as the interim program director for the TAACCCT-3…
Dr. Jansson, who joined CCRI in 1995, has been serving as interim assistant dean of Nursing Education since February 2016. In this capacity, she has served a critical role in the Executive Office of Health and Human Services’ initiative for Healthcare Workforce Transformation.
The last day for placing orders against existing W.B. Mason blankets through the online ordering system for FY17 will be June 16. This will allow all deliveries to be made during the week of June 19 to 23.
A retirement celebration honoring Ed Madonna, Peg Lavoie, Ronald Hamill, Mark Kundig, Cheryl Suglia and Edward Zannella will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, June 25, at Cranston Country Club.
It’s been a busy few months of adding and upgrading technology at the college. Learn about improvements to wireless security, Blackboard, conference room technology and more.
CCRI Therapeutic Massage students will run the annual student massage therapy clinics through July 31 at the Newport County Campus.
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.
We have listened carefully to feedback and insight from faculty and staff members from across our college and we have heard constructive feedback that there is a need for an increased presence of college leadership at all of our locations.