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DARTMOUTH – University of Massachusetts Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science and Technology and the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries have formed the Massachusetts Marine Fisheries Institute Advisory Council. more
Tuition and fees at private, non- profit U.S. colleges rose 3.6 percent in 2013-2014, the smallest increase in more than 40 years, as families struggle to afford college costs. more
Literacy Volunteers of Washington County is a small nonprofit in Westerly with two big problems: lack of brand identity and a website with limited capacity to upload updates and photographs. more
Students from St. Cecilia’s School in Pawtucket show their imagination and creativity on Sept. 28 on the Providence College campus. The school’s entrepreneurship society hosted the event, which encouraged students to create something out of cardboard that they could play with. The project was inspired by Caine’s Arcade, a short film about a 9-year-old boy’s cardboard arcade in his dad’s used-auto-parts store in California. more
Bryant University called on town councilors Thursday to reconsider their decision not to hire a consultant to hammer out actual costs for municipal emergency services provided to the university. more
Town councilors approved an agreement Tuesday that would require Bryant University to pay $300,000 a year for 20 years to offset the cost of police and fire calls made to the university. more
Brown University reported a 12.6 percent return on its investments for fiscal year 2013, up from a 1 percent return a year earlier, the university announced Tuesday. more
PROVIDENCE – Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis will officially unveil the new State Archives Online Catalog during a Rhode Island College event on Oct. 17. more
After sponsoring 15 teens in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence Summer Youth Employment program, Bank of America recently hosted an open conversation with the teens who participated in the program. more
The United States has lost a year of scientific innovation due to the budget cuts known as sequestration. Faced with limited resources, the nation’s largest supporters of research in medicine, science and engineering have funded very little new work in the past year, focusing instead on projects already underway. New ideas from scientists in Rhode Island and around the country have been put on hold. If these budget reductions continue, the nation can and will lose its pre-eminence in science and technology. more
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