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Academic and medical institutions from across Rhode Island unveiled CoresRI.org, an online directory of publicly shared core science facilities and services, Brown University announced Tuesday. more
Nearly 1,200 students, faculty and staff from Roger Williams University recently participated in the ninth annual Community Connections Day – a daylong introduction to service in which teams of volunteers supported more than 50 community organizations across Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. more
PROVIDENCE – Oded Ezer, a critically acclaimed Israeli graphic artist and typographer with an international reputation, will teach this fall at the Rhode Island School of Design. more
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – Cumberland Farms has awarded seven soon-to-be college students from Rhode Island and Bristol County, Mass., $1,000 Believe and Achieve scholarships, the company announced. more
BOSTON – MassDevelopment, the state’s finance and development agency, is providing $2 million in financing to Mass College Green, a pilot program designed to speed up adoption of energy-efficiency measures by independent colleges in Massachusetts. more
PROVIDENCE – Two Rhode Island College Feinstein School of Education and Human Development programs have earned national recognition for excellence in development, learning and motivation, curriculum, instruction, assessment and professionalism. more
NARRAGANSETT – Rhode Island’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research will send three university students to the 25th annual international SuperComputing13 Conference in November. more
The University of Massachusetts raised $103.7 million in private funds during the fiscal year ended June 30, exceeding its annual goal by $1 million, university officials announced Wednesday. more
With the opening today of a Business Engagement Center at the University of Rhode Island, connecting businesses, students and faculty to one another just got a whole lot easier. more
Dr. Kathleen C. Hittner was retired, and she and her husband were building a retirement home in Hilton Head, S.C., when Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee called and asked her to succeed Christopher F. Koller, the state’s first and only health insurance commissioner during the last eight years. more
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