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In its report, “A Stronger Nation,” the Lumina Foundation found that 43.1 percent of Rhode Islanders had attained higher education degrees in 2014, a 1.7 percent increase since 2008 when degree holders were first counted. more
(Updated 9:39 a.m.) Brown University Provost Richard M. Locke said Tuesday that Dr. Diane Lipscombe has been appointed the director of the Brown Institute for Brain Science. more
An app called “Superwomen” won the YWCA Rhode Island’s Fantastic Girltastic Code Company App Challenge this past weekend. more
Betty Rambur has been appointed the University of Rhode Island’s Routhier Chair of Practice in the College of Nursing. She joins URI’s College of Nursing as the Academic Health Collaborative, a broad-based reorganization of the university’s health education and research programs, gets underway. Rambur succeeds Lynne Dunphy, who took another academic position in Florida, after serving in the post for nine years. more
Roger Williams University on Monday showcased future community-centric opportunities available for students and organizations operating out of its new satellite campus, One Empire Plaza, which is under construction. more
A student storage venture captured first place in Johnson & Wales University’s fifth annual “SharkFest” student entrepreneurship competition Tuesday. more
Bryant University is hosting an open house on Saturday, April 9, from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. for individuals interested in its physician assistant studies program. more
An audit of the state’s financial statements for the fiscal year ended June 30 showed that general fund revenue and other sources exceeded expenditures and transfers by $106.5 million, the Office of the Auditor General said this week. more
Rhode Island is one of the worst states for student loan affordability, according to a study released this week by Student Loan Hero, a website that helps users manage their student loans. more
1 Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's proposed budget includes more than $40 million in new funding for pre-K through grade 12. What will this money be used for? Among other investments, her budget provides $1.2 million for high-quality early learning, … more
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