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Leadership RI names 56 to Gamma II core class

PROVIDENCE – Leadership Rhode Island today introduced the 56 members of its Gamma II Class, which convened for its orientation retreat on Jan. 4...
ROBERT L. CAROTHERS, president of URI, who signed the agreement Friday in Nassau, thanked the R.I. National Guard "for uncovering this tremendous opportunity."   /

URI signs pact with College of Bahamas

NASSAU, Bahamas – A compact establishing both an exchange-student program between the University of Rhode Island and the College of the Bahamas and a...

NUWC, URI team up on center for undersea technology

NEWPORT – The Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport, today announced it has established a Center of Excellence in Undersea Technology with the University...
LYNNE DUNPHY, recently appointed to the Routhier Chair of Practice at URI's College of Nursing, focuses on work force issues. /

URI professor tackles nursing shortage

When the E.J. and V.M. Routhier Foundation invited the University of Rhode Island's dean of nursing, Dayle Joseph, to write a proposal for a...
ROGER MANDLE, who plans to leave RISD in 18 months, expects his successor to be as active as he's been in the community. /

Mandle: R.I. must do more to fuel creative economy

Roger Mandle POSITION: President, Rhode Island School of Design BACKGROUND: Before coming to RISD in 1993, Mandle was deputy director of the National Gallery of Art...
PAULINE BELLAVANCE, in the public affairs department at Citizens Bank, goes over work with Michael Muschiano, an intern who is studying political science and communications at Rhode Island College. /

Internships connect students, work

Michael Muschiano got a job at a Citizens Bank supermarket branch when he was a sophomore at Rhode Island College, just as a way...

Diversity brings new workplace rules

"It's a small world after all …" the ethnically costumed dolls chirped to thousands of beaming visitors at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. Little...

You shouldn’t underestimate the power of observation

One of the qualities of successful people in all walks of life is keen observation of their surroundings. They notice things about people, human...

JWU’s Exchange City awarded $100,000 grant

PROVIDENCE – Exchange City, an interactive educational and entrepreneurial project for middle and high school students housed on the campus of Johnson & Wales...

Bryant MBA program now offered at Lifespan

SMITHFIELD – Bryant University has entered into an agreement with Lifespan to offer its MBA program to Lifespan employees through on-site classes and weekly...
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