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The van Beuren Charitable Foundation, based in Newport, renewed its funding for at-home pharmacist care implemented by the University of Rhode Island’s College of Pharmacy/Academic Health Collaborative in conjunction with Visiting Nurse Services of Newport and Bristol Counties, URI reported. more
In Rhode Island, Democrat Hillary Clinton has a 20-point advantage over Republican Donald Trump in the presidential election, according to an Emerson College poll released Thursday. more
For the third time in nine years, a team from the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy won the 12th annual New England Pharmacy Convention’s Pepto Bowl competition, the university reported. more
Rhode Island College will hold a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for its new School of Nursing wing at the John E. Fogarty Life Science Building on Oct. 7. more
A $27 million gift to Brown University from The Warren Alpert Foundation will allow the university to expand its M.D./Ph.D. program for physician-scientists by more than tripling funding for it, and endow a professorship in the Brown Institute for Translational Science. more
The R.I. Health and Educational Building Corp. last week released a report detailing the financial entity’s impact in Rhode Island over the last five decades. more
EDUCATION Many full-time employees find it tricky to pursue their education while also balancing the demands of work, family and other obligations. The New England Institute of Technology aims to make it easier for Rhode Island's … more
Jayashree Nimmagadda is a professor in the Master of Social Work Program at Rhode Island College’s School of Social Work. more
An exit poll conducted by Roger Williams University students found Rhode Island voters on Tuesday were most concerned about the economy, climate change and national security among a selection of national issues. more
Rhode Island’s Current Conditions Index remained unchanged at 75 in September compared with August, said Leonard Lardaro, a University of Rhode Island economist. more
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