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Johann Becker, a rising senior at the University of Rhode Island, was recently awarded the Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the most prestigious scholarship awarded to undergraduates studying … more
Alison Bologna wakes up each morning at 2:30 a.m. It's partly because she needs to get ready for her job as an anchor at WJAR-TV NBC 10. It's also because she runs an urban-outreach yoga studio. And most recently, it's because she's … more
Johnson & Wales University Dean Emeritus Karl J. Guggenmos has launched a consulting firm, Culinary Solutions International LLC, to take advantage of his more than 50 years in the culinary field. His business venture was born out of his … more
The Newport Historical Society and Rhode Island Historical Society have partnered to host Franklin Vagnone, co-author of “The Anarchist’s Guide to Historic House Museums,” for a public roundtable discussion on the value of history-related institutions across the nation. more
When Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. CEO Nigel Travis took the time on Oct. 5 to speak at Johnson & Wales University, he was modeling behavior that the entire business community could learn from. His appointment as a distinguished professor at … more
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
Eva-Marie Mancuso, a former state Board of Education head, knew that childhood poverty was affecting the self-esteem of students in Rhode Island schools. Together with her longtime friend and fellow attorney, Marianne M. Baldwin, she opened … more
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