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PROF. ELLEN McCARTY has been awarded a Fullbright grant. /

Salve professor to work on Canadian project

Ellen McCarty, a nursing professor at Salve Regina University, has been awarded a Fulbright Senior Specialists grant in public/global health at the University of...

New RIRRC head faces near-full state landfill

Michael J. OConnell has been named executive director of the R.I. Resource Recovery Corporation. He was previously chief operating officer at AmeriCold Logistics for...
David Caprio /

Children’s Friend has new executive director

David Caprio has been named executive director of Children's Friend, Rhode Island's oldest nonprofit child welfare organization, succeeding Lenette Azzi-Lessing. He joined Children's Friend...
Elaine D. Stephens /

VNS leader takes the helm of national group

Elaine D. Stephens has been elected chair of the board of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice, the industry's largest, oldest and...
E. Scott Tittle /

Autocrat exec to oversee production growth

Autocrat exec to oversee production growth E. Scott Tittle has joined Autocrat Inc. as director of operations, overseeing logistics, materials, facilities and manufacturing at...
Kenneth K. McKay IV /

Former Carcieri chief of staff back in private sector

Kenneth K. McKay IV, former chief of staff to Gov. Donald L. Carcieri, has joined Brown Rudnick Berlack Israels LLP in Providence, where he...
STEVE KITCHEN, recently elected chairman of the Marine Industry Technical Education Council, is also vice president for corporate training at the New England Institute of Technology in Warwick. /

Council focuses on marine trades work force

Steve Kitchin has been elected chairman of the Marine Industry Technical Education Council, a new entity developed nationally by 22 individuals dedicated to developing...

Item subsidiary to focus on new medical devices

Robert E. Pelletier has been named CEO of Ximedica, a newly established, wholly owned subsidiary of Item Group in Providence that specializes in design,...

Web site archive could raise copyright concerns

Remember what your company’s Web site looked like in 1996? Do you recall what information was posted? Or the images that appeared? These answers...
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