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Middle school girls learned about opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math fields at Tech Collective’s sixth annual STEM in the Middle Girls’ Career Expo. more
Since 2007, Jennifer Borman, as head of school at School One, has lead the progressive, independent high school on Providence’s East Side, and served students with diverse backgrounds within a vibrant and inclusive community. more
A project about creating biodegradable plastics – also known as bioplastics – out of cornstarch, potatoes and milk has made a biotechnology class at East Greenwich High School a finalist in Samsung’s “Solve for Tomorrow” contest. more
Charles Watson, assistant diversity director for the University of Rhode Island College of Engineering, was recently recognized as the minority engineering program director of the year by the National Society of Black Engineers. What is … more
HealthHacks RI 2016, a “hackathon” to create solutions for health and wellness challenges, will be held Oct. 14-16 at the University of Rhode Island. more
Frank D. Sánchez was named Rhode Island College’s 10th president by the Council on Postsecondary Education at a meeting Wednesday, concluding a five-month-long search and vetting process that included more than 40 applicants from across the U.S. more
(Updated 7 p.m.) Donald J. Farish, Roger Williams University president, has responded to the presidential executive order on immigration, saying he is affirming the university’s “commitment to international and Muslim students, faculty and staff – as well as to their families.” more
New England Institute of Technology ranked 14th on a list of the top 25 private, nonprofit, high-admission bachelor’s degree-granting institutions by graduation rate from AffordableSchools.net. more
(Updated 11:40 a.m.) Women and racial minorities serving on company board of directors are typically compensated less than their peers, according to a new study by the University of Missouri and the University of Delaware. more
The person at the top of any enterprise, large or small, for-profit or nonprofit, gets the recognition, for things gone right or wrong. And that is as it should be. But the chances of success are improved greatly if that person has … more
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