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(Updated 10:37 a.m.) The Polaris Manufacturing Extension Partnership announced Monday it is committing all of its $350,000 in state funding to programming for small manufacturers in Rhode Island through its new “Rocket” program. more
Rhode Island Housing on Tuesday launched a new down payment assistance program, intended to attract and keep new college graduates who are trying to purchase a first home. more
University of Rhode Island President David M. Dooley made $330,000 in total compensation in 2014, ranking 61st among 238 chief executives at 220 public universities surveyed by the Chronicle of Higher Education. more
Providence College's $30 million School of Business building, targeted to open in early 2017, is tailored to the needs of business students, but will serve the larger campus as well. "We're not building a silo for the business school," said … more
The SouthCoast Development Partnership has been relaunched to address emerging economic opportunities and challenges facing the SouthCoast region. more
The University of Rhode Island is holding an “Internet-of-Things” hackathon Nov. 13 to 15 for undergraduate and graduate students who will be given a specific problem to solve using modern technologies. more
Brown University will renovate its 12th house in the College Hill neighborhood this summer for conversion to private ownership through a program that allows employees to purchase a home from the university. more
Brown University regained its ranking as No. 14 in the U.S. News and World Report’s 2016 Best Colleges list released Wednesday, while several schools in the region improved their rankings. more
(Updated Jan. 19) Stephen Koester, 23, prepared last fall to intern this academic quarter at the Providence office of Woodard & Curran, by using equipment in New England Institute of Technology's updated electrical-engineering lab. The Canada-based … more
College Unbound, a nonprofit higher education program targeting low-income and often marginalized adults, has proposed operating in Rhode Island as a degree-granting program and offering a Bachelor of Arts degree in organizational leadership and change. more
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