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Higher Education
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The ideal of a university aloft in an ivory tower, unruffled by the noise and dirt of commerce, if it every truly existed, is dead and unmourned in Rhode Island, most particularly at Bryant University. Ronald K. Machtley, Bryant's president … more
Rhode Island manufacturers are invited to a Design Thinking Forum on Friday from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Rhode Island School of Design. more
Peter J. Snyder, senior vice president and chief research officer at Lifespan, has been named chairman of the 10-member Rhode Island Neurosciences Leadership and Steering Committee. 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 statewide annual economic impact of the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth is $466 million, including the creation of an additional 2,255 jobs beyond the campus – a nearly seven to one return on investment – according to a recent report published by the Donahue Institute, UMass’ economic research unit. more
FM Global is entering into a five-year strategic partnership with Massachusetts Maritime Academy to build on the commercial property insurer’s continuing education program for its boiler and machinery loss prevention engineers. more
With the opening of its new Providence campus, Roger Williams University is recommitting to its roots. Founded 60 years ago in Providence as a two-year institution that aimed to educate working adults, RWU is taking the opportunity to make … more
Phillip G. Clark, a University of Rhode Island gerontology professor, has been honored with the "Making a Difference Award" from LeadingAge R.I. for his efforts to improve geriatrics knowledge and health care services. Why did you initially … more
Kobi Dennis says he's dedicated his career to boosting educational and employment opportunities for those most in need in Providence. The downtown resident's work as co-founder of Unified Solutions, which finds education, employment and … more
After Margarita Gonzalez graduated from Paul Cuffee Upper School in Providence in 2014, she enrolled in The University of Rhode Island. It didn't take long, however, for her to realize she was uncertain about what she wanted to do with her life, so she dropped out and decided to take a so-called gap year. more
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