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Harvard Business School is no longer the world's best, according to a new ranking. INSEAD, a university with campuses in France and Singapore, ranked first in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking released last week, according to a report from the … more
The “4-Safety” Program, a partnership between Hasbro Children’s Hospital and Dunkin’ Donuts, is offering a summer internship program that can be applied for through Jan. 31. more
The Hagerty Education Program at America’s Car Museum has awarded $20,000 in scholarship funds to the IYRS School of Boatbuilding & Restoration. more
Of the 18 studies generated by the College & University Research Collaborative over the past two years, state leaders cite only a few as having had direct impact on policy decision-making, and there's been no active tracking of their usefulness. The … more
Benedict Leca has been executive director since January at the Redwood Library and Athenæum in Newport. Here, he discusses his goals and objectives for the organization. more
Andrea Raciti has joined the New England Institute of Technology as high school representative, representing NEIT in Vermont and southern New Hampshire high schools. Prior to joining NEIT, Raciti was an admissions representative for Lincoln … more
Is prior experience in the industry necessary to be considered for employment by your company? Yes – 11.7% No – 88.2% Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following … more
E. Paul Larrat was named dean of the University of Rhode Island's College of Pharmacy. He earned his B.S. in pharmacy and his MBA from URI, and his doctorate in epidemiology from Brown University. more
Three residents in the Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program/The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University won the American College of Physicians Rhode Island Chapter’s Medical Jeopardy Competition. more
In the early 1990s, before joining Lifespan, Bradley Hospital was a very different place than it is today. It sometimes maxed out its credit line, operated in a 1930s-era building and offered a narrow line of services – inpatient hospitalization, … more
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