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Higher Education
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Last year, Providence Business News asked University of Rhode Island President David M. Dooley how close the university was to being a top-tier research institution. "We're already there in some areas," Dooley said. Dooley, president since … more
John J. Bowen's commitment to Johnson & Wales University has sustained a long haul. In the course of four decades, he has worked to move the school forward, through new offerings and re-positioning. An alumnus himself, Bowen is dedicated to making … more
Higher education in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts has been marked by a steady evolution in recent years, with an ever-increasing focus on enhancing training in industries ranging from cybersecurity to health care. more
Salve Regina University’s tree-filled oceanfront campus has been recognized as an accredited arboretum by the Morton Arboretum’s ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program. more
As the health care field grows increasingly complex, doctors are expected to assume leadership roles in business and management while continuing their expertise in science and medicine. more
Brown University, Rhode Island School of Design and Wheaton College were recognized as top-producing institutions for Fulbright scholars in an annual list from the Chronicle of Higher Education. more
Catherine Sama, professor of Italian at the University of Rhode Island, was recently awarded with the Genocide Education of the Year Award from the Rhode Island branch of the national Genocide Education Project. What is your main objective … more
Brown University announced Tuesday that a new center for students who are the first in their families to attend college will open this summer in the university’s Science Library. more
Colleen Dalton, assistant professor of Earth, environmental and planetary sciences at Brown University, recently received a CAREER Award, the National Science Foundation's most prestigious honor for early-career faculty. The grant will help Dalton … more
BRISTOL – The Roger Williams University Center for Economic and Environmental Development is now enrolling students for applied shellfish farming, a noncredit course offered during the winter/spring semester that teaches both aspiring shellfish … more
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