会议将于9月11日举行. 28-Oct. 1, highlights the historical significance of horses and other equines and features a talk on the history of horses in Rhode Island by Associate Professor of History Charlotte Carrington-Farmer as well as a reading by Pulitzer Prize–winning author Geraldine Brooks.
A prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities grant assists with creation of new Public Humanities and Arts minor, supports 教师 fellows and community partners to develop courses centered on community projects
From their outstanding academic and co-curricular achievements during their time at RWU to their post-Roger plans, RWU非常自豪地庆祝我们的2023届毕业生. In these stories, hear how an RWU education has shaped their futures.