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Bliss Manufacturing in Pawtucket has been handcrafting inspirational and religious medals, jewelry and other items for more than 100 years. more
Christina H. Paxson settled smoothly into the role of Brown University’s 19th president and after getting to know the school over the past year is now looking toward its future. Like other elite colleges, Brown is growing. But unlike some of its competitors, Brown has not rushed to build far-flung satellite campuses, take over new city neighborhoods or become an online education behemoth. more
Fitch Ratings Ltd. has assigned a rating of “BBB” to $58 million R.I. Health and Educational Building Corp. higher education facilities revenue refunding bonds, issued on behalf of Roger Williams University. more
PROVIDENCE – The University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College and Brown University are pursuing a joint mixed-use redevelopment of the former South Street Power Station that would include an advanced nursing school, administrative offices, classrooms and student apartments, Brown announced last week. more
PROVIDENCE – Legislation establishing a panel to promote goods made in Rhode Island has become law. more
When traditional pillars of the Rhode Island economy faltered in recent decades, education remained a reliable driver of investment and high-paying jobs. more
PROVIDENCE – A cross-disciplinary exhibition investigating the intersection of biomedical research and art presented by Rhode Island School of Design and Rhode Island Hospital runs through July 19. more
BRISTOL – Roger Williams University marine scientists are partnering with researchers from the University of Rhode Island and Brown University to complete projects that would help marine life recover in local waters. more
EAST GREENWICH – The New England Institute of Technology has partnered with the Rhode Island Radio Hall of Fame to establish a first-time scholarship in the amount of $1,500. more
Moody’s Investors Service reported in June that massive open online courses, known as MOOCs, may have a “credit positive” effect on credit ratings for universities that offer them, according to Wired Campus blogger Sara Grossman, who writes for the Chronicle of Higher Education. more
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