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    • read moreThanksgiving recess - No classes will be held from Thursday to Sunday and the college will be closed on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. [View the college calendar]
    • read more'American Buffalo' - Students are working behind the scenes and on stage to prepare the David Mamet play to be staged Dec. 3 to 6 at the Liston Campus in Providence. [Read more about the play]
    • read moreA 'greener' kiln - Associate Professor Mazin Adam wants to build an efficient wood-burning kiln at CCRI like the ones he learned to create in a Hungarian master kiln-building residency this spring. [Read more about his residency]
    • read moreSTEM field research - Four CCRI Chemical Technology students and one alumnus put their studies to use in research projects with mentors from area colleges. [Read more about the program]
    • read moreNursing Education Partnership - Officials from URI and CCRI have created a new agreement that provides seamless transfer for Nursing graduates into URI's Bachelor of Science degree program. [Read more about the agreement]
    • read moreGender Equity Initiative - A new program on CCRI's four campuses increased its visibility this month through events highlighting domestic violence awareness. [Read more about the initiative]
    • read moreArt and science - Emily Dustman, an adjunct instructor in the Biology department, used a grant to present a workshop, "Art Forms in Nature," which touched on climate change, plant science and art. [Read more about the workshop]
    • Read moreChangemakers - CCRI student Nathalie Batista and recent graduate Octavian Goncalves, now studying at RIC, are two of 11 selected from their respective colleges and universities for a leadership program in entrepreneurship. [Read more]
    • Read moreGrowing fields - The U.S. Department of Labor has identified projections for growth through 2022 in several areas of employment, including these 10 you might obtain with an associate degree from CCRI. [Read more]
    • Read moreExpanding research - In-depth research projects are often out of reach to undergraduate students, but some CCRI faculty members are working to bring them into their classrooms this year. [Read more]
    • Read moreReal-world experience - Three CCRI students studying computer science and programming spent 10 weeks this summer applying their skills in Brown University's Computing & Information Services department. [Read more]
    • Read moreNew tutor request system - The Success Center has unveiled a new streamlined, user-friendly system for students to use to request a tutor. [Read more]
    • Read moreNew scholarship system - Finding and applying for the CCRI Foundation's 80-plus scholarship and award opportunities for full- and part-time students is easier than ever with a newly implemented secure electronic processing system. [Read more]
Last Updated: 10/5/15