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(Updated 2:43 p.m.) Mayor Jorge O. Elorza published a report Wednesday afternoon announcing the achievements, goals and future plans of the Career and Technical Education Task Force launched in October. more
The Community College of Rhode Island ranked 579th out of 821 community colleges in WalletHub’s latest survey about the best and worst community college systems. more
Two Rhode Island universities, Johnson & Wales and Salve Regina, have among the best online nonprofit management master’s degree programs in the country. more
Lorén Spears has served as the executive director of the Tomaquag Museum in Exeter since 2003 when she founded the Nuweetooun School there. The school closed after the 2010 floods yet programming for native youth and families continues today through the museum. A member of the Narragansett Tribe, Spears incorporates much of her heritage into her work educating the general public about native cultures, arts and history. more
Bryant University has been recognized for having the best value for its project management certificate program, according to Value Colleges, which offers research about colleges to help prospective students make decisions. more
The Aspen Institute this week named Meghan Hughes, Community College of Rhode Island president, one of 40 leaders to be awarded the inaugural Aspen Presidential Fellowship for Community College Excellence. more
In its report, “A Stronger Nation,” the Lumina Foundation found that 43.1 percent of Rhode Islanders had attained higher education degrees in 2014, a 1.7 percent increase since 2008 when degree holders were first counted. more
(Updated 9:39 a.m.) Brown University Provost Richard M. Locke said Tuesday that Dr. Diane Lipscombe has been appointed the director of the Brown Institute for Brain Science. more
An app called “Superwomen” won the YWCA Rhode Island’s Fantastic Girltastic Code Company App Challenge this past weekend. more
Betty Rambur has been appointed the University of Rhode Island’s Routhier Chair of Practice in the College of Nursing. She joins URI’s College of Nursing as the Academic Health Collaborative, a broad-based reorganization of the university’s health education and research programs, gets underway. Rambur succeeds Lynne Dunphy, who took another academic position in Florida, after serving in the post for nine years. more
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