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Two University of Massachusetts Dartmouth professors who were detained Sunday at Logan Airport after returning from an overseas trip, after President Donald Trump signed an executive order temporarily banning entrance to the U.S. from seven majority-Muslim countries, released a statement on Tuesday saying they were relieved to be back home and back at work. more
Roger Williams University and the nonprofit Arts in Common are pursuing a plan to renovate the long-vacant Walley School at the center of Bristol, for conversion to an arts and cultural hub. more
The Brown Corporation announced on Monday it has authorized the commencement of the selection process for an architect to design a new campus performing arts center. more
Brown University announced that Dr. Peter Hollmann has been named the new academic director of its Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program. more
A 365-page report detailing the 1778 Siege of Newport, a battle fought from opposing hills in Middletown that became one of the largest military operations of the American Revolution, is the result of a collaboration between students at Salve Regina University and the Middletown Historical Society. more
In celebration of their sesquicentennial, or 150th anniversary, YWCA Rhode Island is hosting its 8th annual Women Holding Office celebration and Isabelle Ahearn O’Neill Awards with a reception at the Kirkbrae Country Club in Lincoln. more
Patrice Milos is CEO of Medley Genomics, which recently received $250,000 in seed funding from Slater Technology Fund. Medley Genomics, a life-sciences startup out of Brown University, is a personalized medicine company. more
Jennifer McCann, director of U.S. coastal programs for the University of Rhode Island’s Coastal Resources Center, has been awarded the 2017 Peter Benchley Ocean Award in the Excellence in Solutions category for her R.I. Ocean Special Area Management Plan. more
Bryant University on Monday put out a call for applications from working professionals for its suite of graduate-level applied economics programming which will culminate in either a master’s degree or certificate of advanced graduate studies. more
A group of certified public accountants have come out in opposition to Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s free college tuition proposal, saying it’s not the best use of taxpayer investment in public education. more
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