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A love for the water brought Alec to campus and the RWU sailing team. 

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Making an impact on campus and beyond.

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"When you follow your passion, you’ll find people who share in that too and you find friends fast."

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A Bristol native, Brittney is well-traveled thanks to her business courses.

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“Knowing people in the industry before graduation is just invaluable.”

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“One of the things I loved most about RWU is that there were no grad students in the sciences, so our professors were supported by undergraduate researchers.”

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Small class size and personal attention may have drawn Caitlin to the University, but she took advantage of everything at her fingertips.

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Charly's impact on the RWU community -- from residential life to athletics -- will last for years to come.

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Practicing what he teaches.

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“And you feel empathy for all these people you’re speaking with and working with in a very direct way. In most cases, your emotions help you along and inspire you.”

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A Construction Management major, CJ helped build the new RWU ice hockey club.

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Originally from Honduras, Claudia definitely lived RWU's mantra of Learning to Bridge the World.

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“For being somewhat of an international relations/political science nerd it really doesn't get a lot more exciting than this."

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“I definitely had the upper hand in D.C. during my internship. I already knew how to perform research and how to conduct myself in a courtroom.”

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“[Professors]  won’t push you in the wrong direction, instead, they push you to be better. I am where I am because of my professors and my advisor.”

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David built his future at RWU.

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An RWU connection helped David to land a dream job, complete with tons of international travel. 

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"I want to use what I've gained from the world around me to make a difference in the world."

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EJ tackled multimillion-dollar jobs for leading companies before graduation. 

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“I’m so happy I took the internship on campus. I learned how different departments work as one and how one decision affects the organization as a whole.”

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Following her interest in global health, Jing pursued internships with medical institutes at NYU and Stanford. 

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Multiple internships in TV and radio helped Kathleen explore both the Public Relations and Journalism fields. 

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Making an impact on campus and beyond.

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A champion sailor, Kelly found time in her packed schedule to be involved on campus and off.

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“I have been ‘the computer guy’ since I was a child. I spent most of my time either fixing computers or designing websites."

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“Get involved. Break out of what you’re used to and try new things."

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Hard work + dedication = success for Kevin

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Kristin was a Jill of all Trades at RWU's Barn.

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“Keep an open mind. On campus you may change groups, majors, even friends.”

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Hitting it out of the park.

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“Sharing the act of play is the most amazing experience you can have with these kids.”

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Calling Florence, Italy home for a semester doesn't sound too shabby.

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Marissa's decision to undertake a language immersion program in Grenada, Spain helped her take on an exciting role after graduation for a company eyeing global expansion.

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By creating her own program of study, Melisa ensured that she would get where she wanted to go.

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Make every day count.

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An internship with the New England Revolution brought Michelle behind the scenes at Gillette Stadium. 

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“We can all make a difference if we are so inclined. You don’t have to be a tree hugger to help change the environment.”

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Going global

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“I saw it as a way to grow up and become independent without limits set by cultural influences.”

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“People at RWU have no idea what a difference they’ve made in my life...”

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“The London program was a complete immersion in the professional theatre world. Shakespeare’s thoughts were in my head, his words in my mouth.”

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“Your teachers will know you. If you’re not going to class, you’re not going to get the grade. Balance your time and your priorities.”

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A mentor, advocate and Miss Rhode Island Latina, Rosa is a champion in the community.

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Sarah kept her eyes on the prize.

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“Take a lot of interesting classes. Try to experience a little of everything.”

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International student, double major and two-sport athlete made a name for himself on campus.

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“I stayed at RWU because of the community in SAAHP. Everyone is just so passionate and works with such purpose.”

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"That’s one of the great things about RWU—when students express their desires, RWU takes them into consideration."

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The intern...

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Tamara jumped at the chance to explore Australia while interning at Amnesty International. 

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“My program is incredible! In one class, we had representatives from the national, state and local preservation societies. I had lunch with them afterward and got their input on my final thesis. Where else do you have those opportunities?”

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A team player on and off the court.

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"I would not get this type of personal interaction at most other schools."

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