Home Tags Frank D. Sánchez

Tag: Frank D. Sánchez

SILVIA OLIVEIRA, associate professor of Portuguese studies at Rhode Island College, also serves as director of the college's Institute for Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies, which will be honored by Portuguese-language radio station Radio Voz do Emigrante at its 30th anniversary gala on March 17 at the Milo Restaurant in Swansea. / COURTESY RIC

Radio station to honor RIC’s Portuguese studies program

PROVIDENCE – At its 30th anniversary gala, Portuguese-language radio station Radio Voz do Emigrante will honor 10 organizations, including Rhode Island College’s Institute for...
EMILY DANFORTH, right, Rhode Island College associate professor of English and author of "The Miseducation of Cameron Post," reacts during an interview with Desiree Akhavan, director of a film adaptation of Danforth's novel, on the red carpet at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. / COURTESY EPIC READS BLOG/EBONY LADELLE

Film based on RIC professor’s novel wins Grand Jury Prize at...

PROVIDENCE – The film adaptation of “The Miseducation of Cameron Post,” a novel penned by Rhode Island College associate professor of English Emily Danforth,...
RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE President Frank D. Sánchez was in attendance during an Aug. 5 meeting in which RIC representatives and local elected officials agreed upon the expansion of a school parking lot that encroaches on a residential neighborhood. /PBN FILE PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

Rhode Island College addresses concerns over parking lot

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island College representatives and local elected officials agreed upon the expansion of a school parking lot that encroaches on a residential...
Sonia Nieto

Nieto to deliver 2017 RIC commencement address

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island College’s undergraduate commencement address will be given by author and researcher Sonia Nieto at the school’s 163rd commencement ceremony on...

Stay up to date with PBN's Morning Call & Daily Edition newsletters.

- Featured Event -

Latest News

Get Award-Winning Journalism: Unlimited access to PBN
Digital + Print for just $1.90 per week.

(with annual subscription)