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Charles Watson, assistant diversity director for the University of Rhode Island College of Engineering, was recently recognized as the minority engineering program director of the year by the National Society of Black Engineers. What is … more
Dr. Cornelius "Skip" Granai III, director of the Program in Women's Oncology at Women & Infants Hospital, was recently awarded the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award. What steps do you take as a physician to provide … more
The Wolf School, a private school that specializes in therapeutic programs and K-8 instruction for children with multiple learning differences, this month will launch an expansion to add facilities including a classroom, library, faculty lounge, a community room and a sensory courtyard. more
For 30 years Providence Business News has been chronicling the local business community's efforts to build and sustain a strong economy. Education is a, if not the, key factor in that effort. Business leaders know that for Rhode Island to … more
Higher education in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts has been marked by a steady evolution in recent years, with an ever-increasing focus on enhancing training in industries ranging from cybersecurity to health care. more
The person at the top of any enterprise, large or small, for-profit or nonprofit, gets the recognition, for things gone right or wrong. And that is as it should be. But the chances of success are improved greatly if that person has … more
The Providence metropolitan area ranked ninth worst for families among 30 metro areas in the country, according to Apartment List, an online rental marketplace. more
Classmates recently videotaped fifth-grader Ian McLellan articulately describing his problem-solving methods for coding, which schools try to develop through a program that uses popular games such as Minecraft as educational tools. The … more
More than a dozen Rhode Island-based nonprofit professionals are taking part in the Boston-based Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership’s first certificate program in the state. more
Johnson & Wales University’s Providence campus is the first institution of higher learning in Rhode Island to implement a campuswide tobacco-free policy, according to a Rhode Island Department of Health statement. On July 1, DOH Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott joined JWU Providence Campus President Mim Runey and the JWU Student Government Association to announce the news. more
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