Interdisciplinary series examines racial justice issues in Indigenous, Black and communities of color locally and globally, stemming from colonization, civil rights struggles, war, the slave trade, immigration and environmental politics.
Roger Williams was among law schools thanked by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland for their work addressing the housing and eviction crisis, increasing housing stability, and improving access to justice.
In her CORE 101 class, Heather Miceli puts students in charge of their own learning: Directing class discussions, creating and teaching content, grading themselves. Students say it’s increased their confidence and shown them how science is relevant in their everyday lives.
Looking back on this remarkable year, we can all be incredibly proud and grateful for what we have accomplished. “It was a great fall, and I'm excited for what the new year and the spring semester will have in store for our Hawks," RWU President Ioannis Miaoulis says in this holiday video greeting filmed at home.