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President Carriuolo’s Mid y ear Report FEBRUARY 19, 2014. RIC Chamber Singers Directed by Dr. Teresa Coffman. Willow Anderson , Theatre and English David Brochu , Music and Math Ryan Green , Undeclared Geoffrey Keitel , Music Erin King , Elementary Education

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President Carriuolo’s

Midyear Report

FEBRUARY 19, 2014


RIC Chamber Singers

Directed by Dr. Teresa Coffman

  • Willow Anderson, Theatre and English

  • David Brochu, Music and Math

  • Ryan Green, Undeclared

  • Geoffrey Keitel, Music

  • Erin King, Elementary Education

  • Christopher Laureano, Music Education

  • Victoria McComb, Music Education

  • Marykatherine McCutcheon, Music Education

  • Zachary McMahon, Music Education

  • David Moniz, Music Education

  • Nina Silva, Music Education

  • Stephanie Tierno, Music Education

  • Helena Widmann, Music


PART I:

What Have We Accomplished

Since the Coffee Hour in August?


Central Falls

RIC Innovation Lab

Central Falls students in the aquatics program


Computer Science and

RI STEM Center

Hour of Code event


Independence Trail

Map of Independence Trail


Students in Service

Student teaching


Office of Research and Grants Administration

Grants for first two quarters of FY14

City of Providence, Upward Bound - Providence School Department (Mariam Boyajian, PI)

Emma Harris Foundation, Scholarships for Project TRAMA (Jenifer Giroux, PI)

Measured Progress, R.I. Alternate Assessment Training (Anthony Antosh, PI)

National Geographic Foundation, Rhode Island Geography Education Alliance (Seth Dixon, PI)

National Institutes of Health, Neonatal Brain Injury: Mediating Factors (Steven Threlkeld, PI)

National Science Foundation, Rare Lepton Decays in the Eras of the LHC and MEG Experiments (Brandon Murakami, PI)

National Science Foundation, RITES (Glenisson de Oliveira, PI)

Nellie Mae Educational Foundation/Central Falls School Department, Documentary: The CF/RIC Innovation Lab (Lisa Smolski, PI)

Providence/Cranston Workforce Solutions, Class Skills Training Program TRABAC (Jenifer Giroux, PI)

Providence/Cranston Workforce Solutions, Class Skills Training Program TRAMA TRABAC (Jenifer Giroux, PI)


Office of Research and Grants Administration

Grants for first two quarters of FY14, page 2

R.I. Department of Children, Youth and Families, Child Welfare Institute (Tonya Glantz, PI)

R.I. Department of Children, Youth and Families, System of Care/FCCP Training (Tonya Glantz, PI)

R.I. Department of Education, R.I. State Personnel Development Grant (Anthony Antosh, PI)

R.I. Department of Education, Surrogate Parents/Education Advocates (Anthony Antosh, PI)

R.I. Department of Education, Trade Vendor Program (Jenifer Giroux, PI)

R.I. Department of Human Services, Disabilities Case Management Training and Support (Anthony Antosh, PI)

R.I. Department of Human Services, Early Intervention Training and Technical Assistance(Anthony Antosh, PI)

R.I. Department of Human Services, Job Placement Recertification -- TRABAC, TRAMA, TRAIT(Jenifer Giroux, PI)

R.I. Department of Human Services, Vocational Rehabilitation/Training and Technical Assistance(Anthony Antosh, PI)

R.I. Department of Labor and Training, Workforce Investment Act Training (Jenifer Giroux, PI)

R.I. Foster Parents Association, R.I. Partnership for Family Connections (Sue Pearlmutter, PI)


Office of Research and Grants Administration

Grants for first two quarters of FY14, page 3

Rhode Island Foundation, New England Fatherhood Conference Registration Support (Tonya Glantz, PI)

Rhode Island Foundation, Phase II System of Care Training Plan (Tonya Glantz, PI)

Rhode Island Legislature, Modern Language Studies in Portuguese (Earl Simson, PI)

R.I. Office of Higher Education, Learning for Life (Ron Pitt & Gary Penfield, PIs)

U.S. Department of Education, Dual Sensory Impairment (Anthony Antosh, PI)

U.S. Department of Education, R.I. Technical Assistance Project (Anthony Antosh, PI)

U.S. Department of Education, UCEDD - University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (Anthony Antosh, PI)

U.S. Department of Education, Vision Services (Anthony Antosh, PI)

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Medicaid Implementation Grant (Anthony Antosh, PI)

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, R.I. Child Welfare/Early Care Partnership (Anthony Antosh, PI)

U.S. Department of Labor and Training, Contextualized Training (Jenifer Giroux, PI)


Athletics

Championship gymnastics and golf teams


Career Development Center

ATRION COLLABORATION

Presentation by Atrion CEO Tim Hebert


Career Development Center

ATRION COLLABORATION

  • Full-time employment

  • Nathan Bowser, Jan ’14, ECON/MKT, Associate Engineer

  • Laura Coelho ’12, HIST/POL, Support Technician

  • Victor Nunez, Jan ’14, CIS, Support Technician

  • Zachary Read, ’13, MKT, Sales Support Assistant

  • Paid  internships

  • Corey Blais’14, JSTD, Internship – Help Desk

  • Gissel Diaz ’16, ACCT, Internship – Accounting

  • James Green ’15, CSCI, Internship – Help Desk


Career Development Center

Government internship and job fair


RI Blood Center

Unity Center and RIC win RI Blood Center award


Facilities

New bus shelter


Capital Projects

Laboratory renovation in the Fogarty Life Science Building


Information Services


Service to RIC: 10 Years

FACULTY ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT STAFF

Desiree CiambroneJoseph FoleyMarta Laupa

Mary Ellen McGuire-Schwartz

Margaret Sloyer

David Hunt Roxann Johnson-Nance

Vincenza RosaKeri Rossi-D'entremont

Kapu-Lannie Santos Joseph TiernanDavid TomsBeverly Trenn

ChhannYa

Nancy Bessette

Brenda BocchiniLinda Cawley

Kimberly CrabillLynn De MerchantPaul FraunfelterKatherine Greenwell

Maryellen HagertyMaria Heffernan


Service to RIC: 20 Years

FACULTY ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT STAFF

Nancy Bockbrader

Betty Rauhe

Victoria Hittinger

Laurie Proulx

Erika Tuttle

Russell Chenot

Julio Contreras

Mark DeLellis

James Hanbury


Service to RIC: 30 Years

FACULTY ADMINISTRATIVE AND

SUPPORT STAFF

Patricia Brennan

Geraldine DeNuccio

Frederick Harrop

Yolande Lockett

Marlene Lopes

Frederic Reamer

Charles Roy

Deborah Siegel

Patricia Thomas

Joseph Nassi

Charlene L. Szczepanek


New Hires

FACULTY STAFF STAFF

Marianne Stone-Godena

Assistant Professor

School of Nursing

STAFF

Stephen Fodor

Manager, Construction Projects II

Nancy Gilman

Manager of HR/Generalist

Debora Gray

Financial Aid Officer

Laura Hart

Director, Communications

and Marketing

Catherine Lewis

Field Education Coordinator

School of Social Work

Andrew Mayes

College Engineer

Maria Muccio

Coordinator of the Preparatory Enrollment Program

Olubunmi O. Okele

Budget Specialist II

John J. Paras

Director of Facilities and Operations

Christie Rishworth

Nurse Practitioner

College Health Services

Gregory M. Stewart

Information Aide –

Financial Aid

VivianaTonn

Interim Accountant I

Development


New Hires

DONOVAN DINING FACILITIES BROWNE HALL/SECURITY

Cook

Wayne J. VanWagner

Cook’s Helpers

Heidy C. Henderson

Larry S. Jensen

Kimberly A. John

Joyce M. Landi

Tyler J. LaRoche

Antonia L. Monteiro

Sharon D. Wright

Building Systems Technician

Kelly A. Castilloux

Housekeepers

Daniel S. Branca

Derek G. Raposo

Oscar M. Rosa

Justin M. Vieira

Campus Police Officers

David Henry

Robert K. Winsor


New Assignments, Promotions & Upgrades

Daniel J. Aubin: from Semi-Skilled Laborer, Landscaping & Grounds to Motor Equipment Operator, Facilities & Operations

Colleen M. Canario: from Cook’s Helper PT to Housekeeper PT

Kimberly Crabill: from Information Aide to Information Services Technician I, Office of Partnerships & Placements

Jennifer Cruz: from Interim Accountant I to Accountant I

Lorraine Downes: from Teacher Associate to Instructor, Henry Barnard School

Paul Janaway: from Associate Professor to Interim Assistant Principal, Henry Barnard School

Ryan J. Mash: from Information Aide, Academic Affairs to Accountant, Student Loan Office

Paula McKeon: from Clerk Secretary to Information Services Technician II, Feinstein School of Education & Human Development


New Assignments, Promotions & Upgrades

Jaime H. Perez: from Housekeeper, Custodial Services to Semi-Skilled Laborer, Landscaping & Grounds

Virginia Porter: from Higher Education Finance Office Pre-Audit Clerk, Purchasing to Information Aide, Academic Affairs

Dennis Redihan: from Gardener, Landscaping & Grounds to Power Plant Operator, Maintenance & Repairs

Sandra Sciotti: from Information Services Technician I to Information Services Technician II, Educational Studies, Henry Barnard School

Lisa Smolski: from Director, Research & Grant Administration to Director, Research & College Initiatives

Haven Starr: from Assistant Principal to Interim Principal, Henry Barnard School


Retirements

Professor of Special Education Thomas Kochanek: 40.5 years at RIC

Associate Professor of Health & Physical Education Kenneth Ainley: 39.5 years

Housekeeper Henry A. Jacques: 28 years 2 months (33 years with state)

Facilities Operations Assistant Director George Aguiar: 27 years

Financial Aid Information Aide Deborah J. Forte: 21 years 3 months

Motor Equipment Operator Joseph Nassi: 20 years 5 months (33 years with state)

Campus Police Officer Francis H. Duffy: 16 years 3 months

Campus Police Officer Philip E. Brodeur: 12 years 5 months

Power Plant Operator Clarence M. Pelletier: 9 years 6 months (22 years with state)

Storekeeper Robert Stubbs: 2 years 9 months (26 years with state)

Campus Police Officer Carl Reynolds: 1 year 7 months

Cook’s Helper Juan Arevalo: 1 year 6 months

Power Plant Operator Richard McCulloch: 10 months

Part-Time Housekeeper Nicholas Lemos: 9 months


PART II:

Where Are We Headed?


Enrollments: Partnerships

Professional Studies and Continuing Education

Green and Healthy Homes Initiative

Office of Energy Resources

Office of Refugee Resettlement

Office of Training and Development

Renewable Now

Rhode Island Department of Education

Southside Community Land Trust

Santander

TaubmanCenter at Brown University

ApeironInstitute for Sustainable Living

Board of Elections

Department of Environmental Management

Department of Health

Department of Human Services

Department of Labor and Training

Environmental Council of Rhode Island

Goodwill Industries


Enrollments

SPRING 2014 Head counts


Budget


Potential Collaborations

Site for possible shared nursing facility


Spring 2014 Renovations

Rendering of new art center


Information Technology

Automated responses for most frequently requested offices


Learning for Life

Learning for Life program


College Advancement


Student Alumni Association

SAA founders Hillary Costa, Suzy Alba ’05 and Karen Davie ’76


New Programs

Programs in Development

MSN, Nurse Anesthesia

Food Safety

Certificate in Social and Human Service Assistance

B.S. in Physics

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Environmental studies

Technology major in industrial systems

Certificate of nonprofit studies (revamped)

Global studies


Design and Manufacturing Center

3-D printers will be a key component to a design and manufacturing center.


Strategic Planning


Proposed Mission Statement

As a leading regional college, Rhode Island College personalizes higher education of the finest quality for undergraduate and graduate students. We offer vibrant programs in arts and sciences, business and professional disciplines within a supportive, respectful and diverse community. Dedicated faculty engage students in learning, research and career attainment, and our innovative curricula and co-curricula foster intellectual curiosity and prepare an educated citizenry for responsible leadership.


Richard Maltby Jr. Award

RIC student wins American College Theatre Festival award for musical theatre.


Ideas?

Share your suggestions

at www.ric.edu/ideabox.


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