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The Rhode Island Foundation on Thursday awarded more than $250,000 in grants to five health care providers through its RIGHA Foundation Fund, which promotes development of an effective primary health care system in the state. more
More than 16,000 pounds of trash and 157,000 items – including 41,803 cigarette butts – were collected from Rhode Island’s shorelines during a coastal cleanup in September, according to Save The Bay. more
Adrienne Adeyemi has been appointed grants-to-organizations program director for the R.I. State Council on the Arts. She holds a master's degree in public administration from Clark University. more
Sharon Collier, founder of ThoughtSynergy, has joined the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities board of directors. She has more than 20 years of human resources experience and she holds a B.S. in human development from Rhode Island College. more
Touba Ghadessi, an associate professor and chair of the art history department at Wheaton College, joined the R.I. Council for the Humanities board of directors. She holds a B.A. from Trinity University and an M.A. and a Ph.D. from Northwestern … more
Thomas Webster has been appointed president for the Society of Biomaterials. He holds a B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. more
MANY doctors fall in love with a specialty during their residency, and Dr. Carol Young, vice president and chief medical officer of the Rhode Island Blood Center, is no exception. "It's hard to say what is the best thing about this work, … more
"There's a big misconception that people are homeless because they did something wrong or … if they would just get a job, they wouldn't be homeless," said Karen Santilli, Crossroads Rhode Island's formerchief marketing and strategy officer and new … more
Two years after losing her left leg below the knee, Boston Marathon bombing survivor Heather Abbott held a celebration that marked how far she's come and how far she's poised to go from here. The launch of The Heather Abbott Foundation near … more
The path for women interested in anthropology and archaeology 30 years ago was teaching – not a direction in which Deborah Cox necessarily wanted to go. Cox, now 61, of Warwick, got a degree in 1974 in secondary education at Rhode Island … more
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