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Joseph L. Dowling III has been named vice president and chief investment officer at Brown University, where he will lead the investment office and work directly with the Investment Committee of the Brown Corporation to develop and implement an investment strategy for the University’s Long Term Pool. more
Sylvia Weber, a clinical nurse specialist in psychiatric and geriatric nursing at The Miriam Hospital, has been inducted into the Rhode Island Nursing Hall of Fame for helping to pioneer holistic health and complimentary healing modalities in the Rhode Island area. more
Nancy Robin, emergency department nurse educator at The Miriam Hospital, has been named the Rhode Island State Nurse Association’s Clinical Nurse Educator of the Year. more
Marc Kalapos, director of medical/surgical nursing at Newport Hospital, has been named the Rhode Island State Nurse Association Nurse Leader of the Year. more
Anne De Stefano recently earned the Alumna of the Year award from the Rhode Island College Alumni Association. De Stefano, who is a 1966 graduate of the college, earned a bachelor’s degree in history and taught in the Cranston Public School system from 1966 to 1980. In 1973, she co-founded the Conference and Meeting Assistance Corp., a transportation-consulting company, with her husband, Robert De Stefano. She served as its president from 1980 to 1995. She has served as a member and chair of the Providence Convention Bureau, and is currently a member of the St. Elizabeth Community and Rhode Island College Foundation board. more
Karen Fuller has been named director of philanthropy at the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. more
Kas R. DeCarvalho has been appointed counsel of the corporate and business team at Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC. DeCarvalho has more than 15 years experience as a corporate attorney representing private businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals. more
American employers took on more workers than forecast in May as the world’s largest economy weathered the impact of higher taxes and federal spending cuts. more
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Fewer Americans filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, indicating companies are confident demand will be sustained in the face of federal budget cuts and tax increases. more
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