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The Providence After School Alliance is the only homegrown, Rhode Island nonprofit on the S&I 100 Index compiled by the Social Impact Exchange in an effort to attract funders by offering “proof of results.” more
The high cost of college has many young graduates reeling under the burden of student loan debt in a sluggish economy that no longer promises a job as a result of a college degree. more
There may not be enough creative professionals working in Rhode Island to counteract the economic discouragement that the state finds itself in, but they are trying. more
Durval Tavares’ business, launched in 2011 through the Advanced Technology & Manufacturing Center at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, has just experienced its first year of profitability. more
Pawtucket Credit Union awarded $8,000 scholarships to four local students heading to college this fall. Each recipient will receive $2,000 a year for the next four years. more
The New England Institute of Technology will hold its “Tech Nite” Open House at the East Greenwich campus on Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014, from 3-7 p.m. more
(Editor’s note: This is the first story in a two-part series looking at the impact of the 38 Studios LLC bankruptcy on the local gaming industry and the company’s employees.) more
The only business school in the state offering a doctorate, the University of Rhode Island’s College of Business Administration shows no signs of slowing a longstanding commitment to growth. more
PROVIDENCE – Brad Marston, professor of physics at Brown University, will use a $75,000 grant from the National Academies Keck Futures Initiative for research on nuclear-waste disposal. more
PROVIDENCE – The National Center for Women & Information Technology, along with two Rhode Island institutions, have recognized five students and an educator with its Award for Aspirations in Computing. more
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