STAYING FOCUSED: Bryant University students are engaged in an information resources technology class, in the George E. Bello Center for Information and Technology. /

Students staying away from IT majors

It is common knowledge that technology jobs took a hard hit after the dot-com crash and the Y2K scare. But today those events, along...

Brown team developing new tools for thought

Brown University scientists who study the brain are conducting groundbreaking research that could eventually yield significant medical advances.About 100 Brown faculty members are part...

E.B. fitness center is a long-term investment

If the $130,000 that Electric Boat has invested in a wellness/fitness center at Quonset Point helps to prevent just eight employees from having a...

New England Tech bachelor’s program<br> targets auto service managers

Keri Mello always keeps applications for service managers on file, because “there’s always a need for service managers.”But that need doesn’t necessarily stem...
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GRRLs love technology, too

The sixth annual GRRL Tech – an interactive technology expo designed for high school sophomore and junior girls and their teachers – ...
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Proposed child care cuts</br> would hurt R.I. work force

It’s difficult to imagine a better return on a public investment than the positive outcomes that have been achieved for children, working parents and...

$5M bid to run libraries is <br> ‘disappointing,’ mayor says

PROVIDENCE – Providence Public Library has submitted a $5 million, one-year proposal for providing municipal library services to the City of Providence, library officials...

PPL submits $5M bid to run city libraries

PROVIDENCE – Providence Public Library has submitted a $5 million, one-year proposal for providing municipal library services to the City of Providence, PPL officials...
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R.I. literacy drive wins Tech Savvy Award

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Family Literacy Initiative, a collaborative effort based at the Providence Public Library, has been honored as one of five...

RIC gets $100,000 for student-managed fund

PROVIDENCE – A member of Rhode Island College’s Class of 1989, who wishes to remain anonymous, has donated $100,000 to establish a student-managed investment...
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