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Donald J. Farish, president of Roger Williams University in Bristol, recently penned a column for The Chronicle of Higher Education about college affordability. more
Brown University President Christina H. Paxson arrived in Beijing on Sunday as part of a weeklong visit to explore opportunities for collaboration and to create awareness of the Ivy League university’s commitment to addressing pressing world challenges through integrative scholarship. more
After conducting a national search, the University of Rhode Island has named Barbara E. Wolfe, associate dean for research and professor at the Connell School of Nursing at Boston College, its new dean of the College of Nursing. more
New England Institute of Technology ranked 14th on a list of the top 25 private, nonprofit, high-admission bachelor’s degree-granting institutions by graduation rate from AffordableSchools.net. more
Private colleges and universities in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts schools received passing grades for financial responsibility, according to a recent analysis of federal data conducted by the Chronicle of Higher Education. more
A “Tech Nite” open house will be held at New England Institute of Technology’s East Greenwich campus at One New England Tech Blvd on Nov. 3 from 3-7 p.m. more
Richard Beaupre, founder and CEO of Lincoln-based ChemArt and a University of Rhode Island alumnus, has pledged $2.5 million for construction of URI’s new chemical and forensic sciences building. more
Wheaton College’s series 2010 bonds have been downgraded from A3 to A2 by Moody’s Investors Service, which cited “fundamental challenges in its student market” as the reason. more
As the oldest of six, I'm used to being in charge. As an attorney you're trained to critically think, analyze, decide and then do it all over again. Being in charge for me is part nurture and part nature. When I joined Meeting Street more … more
The four-year high school graduation rate in Rhode Island rose by 2 percentage points to 83 percent for the Class of 2015, according to a news release from Gov. Gina M. Raimondo and the state Department of Education. more
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