Wednesday, June 12, 2024

TOPICS

Home Tags Amy Grzybowski

Tag: Amy Grzybowski

STUDENTS AND FACULTY care for animals inside the New England Institute of Technology's new 11,000-square-foot veterinary technology learning lab inside the East Greenwich campus. / COURTESY HEIDI GUMULA/DBVW ARCHITECTS INC.

New England Tech launches $3M veterinary learning lab

EAST GREENWICH – A continued shortage of veterinary technicians within the health care industry prompted the New England Institute of Technology to create a...
NEW ENGLAND INSTITUTE of Technology has launched an early college program for high school seniors. / COURTESY NEW ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

New England Tech launches new early college program for high school...

EAST GREENWICH – The New England Institute of Technology has launched a pilot early college dual-enrollment program, collaborating with one technical school and the...
COMMON GOAL: From left, Tekla E. Moquin, associate vice president of the division of workforce partnerships at the Community College of Rhode Island; Amy Grzybowski, assistant commissioner at the R.I. Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner; and Jenifer Giroux, assistant vice president for professional studies and continuing education at Rhode Island College, have been working together to provide an education system that allows all Rhode Islanders a chance at earning a degree or advanced credential in fields that are in demand. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Leaders lay groundwork to ‘supercharge’ training

It was a first at Rhode Island College. At the start of the spring semester, the college started offering a fully online degree – a...
JOYFUL ENDEAVOR: Providence College President the Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard remembers being impressed with the Dominican friars when he was a PC student. It drew him to their community.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

PC president looks to market Friars’ brand on national level

(Editor’s note: This is the first installment in an occasional series of interviews with the state’s new wave of higher education leaders.) The Rev. Kenneth...
WORK SITE: Amy Grzybowski, future director of a planned higher education center in northern Rhode ­Island, visits the building in downtown Woonsocket that will be converted into the center by late 2021 or early 2022. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Downtown Woonsocket getting a higher ed boost

The workforce in southern Rhode Island got a helping hand in getting crucial training when the state opened the Westerly Education Center four years...
BRENDA SEAGRAVE-WHITTLE, left, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island’s chief marketing officer, and Tracy McCaughey, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island's managing director of compliance and ethics and corporate compliance officer, have been named Career Achiever and Outstanding Mentor, respectively, in Providence Business News' 2021 Business Women Awards program. / COURTESY HUGHES FIORETTI PHOTOGRAPHY / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Seagrave-Whittle, McCaughey among top honorees recognized in PBN’s 2021 Business Women...

PROVIDENCE – In looking back on her 30-plus years working in health care, Brenda Seagrave-Whittle is in awe of those who worked with her...
EXPANDED PROGRAMMING: As executive director of Rhode Island Higher Education & Industry Centers, Amy Grzybowski oversees the programming at the Westerly Education Center, where she has introduced new workforce training programs using the $1.7 million she has raised in the past four years. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

Grzybowski guides people through pandemic, aids in advancing careers

PBN 2021 Business Women Awards Government/Quasi-Government Woman to Watch: Amy Grzybowski, R.I. Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner The last year has been especially busy for Amy...

Teens learn boat building through collaborative effort with CCRI, RIMTA

PROVIDENCE – Thirteen students have completed the Community College of Rhode Island’s inaugural Youth Summer Boatbuilding class. In cooperation with Westerly Education Center and the...
THE WESTERLY EDUCATION CENTER received a $750,000 STEM grant to support the acquisition of new equipment and to support staff positions. / COURTESY THE WESTERLY EDUCATION CENTER

WEC receives $750K STEM grant from U.S. Navy for equipment, staff...

WESTERLY – The Westerly Education Center received a $750,000 grant from the U.S. Navy's Office of Naval Research to fund the addition of capacity...
THE WESTERLY EDUCATION CENTER recently received a $2,000 grant from The Washington Trust Charitable Foundation. From left, Dennis L. Algiere, senior vice president, chief compliance officer and director of community affairs for The Washington Trust Co.; Amy Grzybowski, executive director, Westerly Education Center; and Edward O. "Ned" Handy III, chairman and CEO, Washington Trust Bancorp. / COURTESY WASHINGTON TRUST

Westerly Education Center receives grant from Washington Trust

WESTERLY – The Westerly Education Center announced April 23 the receipt of a $2,000 grant from The Washington Trust Charitable Foundation. The funds will be...
- Featured Event -

Latest News