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Five of the state's 11 college presidents are women, dwarfing the national average of 26 percent, as of 2011, according to the Washington, D.C.-based American Council on Education. Four of those five women were brought together last week, … more
Football coach Meyer examines empowerment and team building. Penguin Press ISBN 9781101980705 | $17 more
With a decision possible by the end of the year, the Community College of Rhode Island will soon have a new president that exemplifies leadership and the ability to “make forward progress.” more
As a financial planner for more than a decade, one of the most important goals that I help clients plan for is saving for a loved one's college expenses. When it comes to the benefits of college, statistics tell the story. The average … more
Mindy Levine, an assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Rhode Island, was one of 10 women throughout the country to receive a Rising Star Award from the American Chemical Society. Levine specializes in synthetic organic chemistry, and … more
A stampede in September killed more than 700 people outside the holy city of Mecca, in Saudi Arabia. A fire in October killed more than 32 people inside a Bucharest nightclub in Romania. A panicked crowd last December killed at least 36 people … more
Brown University researchers have made what they describe as an important step in improving the performance of the brain-computer interface that they have been laboring on in recent years. more
PROVIDENCE – Richard M. Locke, director of Brown University's Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies, has been named the university's 13th provost, effective July 1. Locke, also a professor of political science and … more
Regina Bell, lecturer and academic adviser for the public relations program at the University of Rhode Island, recently helped students launch a social media campaign to fight childhood malnutrition. … more
Since the 1980s, the Community College of Rhode Island has been contracting with employers to offer for-credit and noncredit classes that train students in manufacturing and other sectors, with health care a growing focus. more
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