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.
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.
Our annual CCRI Opening Day Convocation will be held on Thursday, Aug. 31, at the Knight Campus in Warwick. A continental breakfast will be served in the Great Hall from 8 to 8:45 a.m.
CCRI’s Center for Innovative Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (CITLA) will host its 7th annual Spring Symposium from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, May 12, in Room 1040 at the Knight Campus.
We regret to announce the death of David J. Critchett, professor of English for 41 years before retiring in 2013, from complications of Lou Gehrig’s disease.
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.
Faculty and staff now have the ability to book their own conference rooms online. When scheduling a meeting in Outlook, you can select a conference room in the “location” drop-down menu and the system will indicate whether the room is available.
Jennifer Hurrell, clinical education/fieldwork coordinator for Rehabilitative Health programs at CCRI since 2003, was recognized as a co-contributor to the sixth edition of the textbook “Clinical Kinesiology and Anatomy” by Lynn Lippert.
An art exhibition featuring work in a variety of media by those who teach in the CCRI Art Department will be on display through Thursday, March 2, in Room 1527, the Flanagan Campus Art Gallery.