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In a partnership announced Thursday, Roger Williams University’s School of Continuing Education will provide customized educational and workforce development programming to residents in the cities of Central Falls and Pawtucket. more
Three students from New England Institute of Technology’s Criminal Justice Technology program earned gold medals in Crime Scene Investigation in the College and Post-Secondary Division at the 52nd SkillsUSA national competition held in Louisville, Ky. from June 21-24. more
A new 16-month Executive Master in Science and Technology Leadership program is being launched by Brown University. Applications are being accepted for the Class of 2018, with the program to begin in March 2017. more
America’s universities have become behemoths -- the result of swelling donations, rising tuitions and growing anxiety among parents that their children cannot succeed without college degrees. more
Jenn Anzelone was hired as development director of St. Pius V, a newly created position at the Providence school. She has more than 15 years of experience as a developmental professional. Anzelone, who has two children attending the school, has a … more
Sara Bosworth was hired as assistant registrar at New England Institute of Technology. She has a B.S. and a master's degree, both from the University of Rhode Island. Bosworth formerly worked as director of online student services at Johnson & Wales … more
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The Education Exchange has begun recruiting for its new workforce-development training program in aquaculture. The program offers five-week, hands-on training aimed at preparing Rhode Islanders with the skills they need to … more
Post-traumatic stress disorder remains a difficult, urgent and prevalent problem among combat veterans, but millions of nonveterans also experience the condition. A new study in the Harvard Review of Psychiatry finds that, compared to what the Veterans Administration and Defense Department offer, treatment resources for nonveterans are much less cohesive and helpful. more
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
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