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            RIC sea;

            Jenifer Giroux
            Associate
            Vice President
            (401) 456-8990​

            Laura Faria-Tancinco
            Coordinator of the ESL Intensive Program / Project ExCEL
            (401) 456-6348
            (401) 288-1101

            Lori A. Martin
            Assistant Office
            Coordinator
            (401) 456-8909

            Judith Humphrey
            Secretary
            (401) 456-8091
            (401) 456-4676 (fax)

            LOCATION

            Roberts Hall (R)
            Suite 303
            Central Campus
            (Find us on campus)

            Professional Studies and Continuing Education

            photo of Roberts Hall

            Professional Studies and Continuing Education (PSCE) extends the educational offerings and resources of Rhode Island College盛世彩票登录 (RIC) and provides administrative programming support and assistance to affiliated agencies and organizations on and off campus.

            RIC’s continuing education, workforce development, professional development, personal enrichment and cultural/community programs serve adult students, immigrants and undocumented refugees, unemployed and underemployed members of the workforce, chief executives, nurses, PreK-12 teachers and administrators, social workers, childcare providers, English language learners and managers and supervisors in the public and private sectors.  Cultural and community initiatives include conference and event programming on issues and topics related to STEAM initiatives, sustainability, Native American culture, financial literacy content for K-12 teachers and women in higher education; programming for RI 盛世彩票children includes campus tours and presentations on sustainability that make use of RIC’s  Bee Education Center, campus garden and greenhouse.

            Summer and Early Spring sessions and faculty-led travel provide degree and nondegree undergraduate and graduate students with access to traditional, specialized and intensive courses offered to accelerate and maximize college study.

            PSCE units and programs include Continuing Education, Summer Sessions, Early Spring Session, Faculty-Led Travel, Outreach Programs, Career Development Center, RI STEAM Center, ESL Intensive and ExCEL Programs, Economic and Leadership Development, Sustainability Programs, Langevin Center for Design, Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing and various cultural and community programs.

            PSCE needs, values and depends on our campus and community partners to support effective programs.  All CE courses and programs are offered in cooperation with RIC 盛世彩票s and departments.  For partnering agencies and organizations, PSCE provides assistance with establishing courses and workshops and with identifying College盛世彩票登录 resources that support continuing education activities.  Rhode Island College盛世彩票登录 has a long history of providing such assistance to business and industry and to public and private 盛世彩票s and agencies.  ​​

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