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Rhode Island economic momentum was buoyed by “a bit of a rebound” in November, according to University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro. more
On Feb. 1, Save The Bay will host the final Teachers in Action Showcase in its three-year partnership with Providence public schools. more
Katie Ahern has been named the director of the Start-up Business Clinic at Roger Williams University School of Law. She joins the university from Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP, where she served as an associate. Ahern holds an LL.M. in taxation from … more
Deborah Gonzalez has been appointed as director of the Immigration Law Clinic at Roger Williams University School of Law. She served as the interim director for the past two years, while also maintaining an immigration law practice in East … more
On the heels of a healthy August, September’s economic momentum in Rhode Island fared almost as well, according to University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro. more
Peter Finch, a seventh-grade student from the Harrisville section of Burrillville, has been named a finalist in the 2015 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge, supported locally by Cox Communications. more
Graduate students in the Administration of Justice and Homeland Security program at Salve Regina University will be able to pursue a concentration in digital forensics or a certificate of graduate studies in this field of cyber criminology starting this fall. more
Jack Grant, a Bryant University senior, recently researched whether or not to invest in Microsoft for the university's Archway Investment Fund. He found the tech giant wanting. Grant, 21, of Rocky Hill, Conn., an accounting major, has … more
The recent Rhode Island Manufacturing Week trumpeted an industry that last year added 700 jobs – the first job growth in seven years. That's great news, though it could be even better if local manufacturers could lure more prospective … more
Why don’t more people get college degrees? In a new working paper, Sang Yoon Lee, Yongseok Shin and Donghoon Lee write: “In the early 1980s, American men with at least four years of college education earned about 40 percent more on average than those whose education ended with high school. more
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