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ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY, pictured, and Wheaton College have reinstituted various degrees of mask mandates on their respective campuses. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

Masks back on at Roger Williams University, Wheaton College

BRISTOL – Roger Williams University is instituting a partial indoor mask mandate on campus for students and faculty starting Thursday until May 17, the...
APPROXIMATELY 200 PEOPLE attended Thursday's Providence Business News' C-Suite Awards ceremony at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick in Warwick. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN’s C-Suite honorees recognized for efforts as innovators, leaders

WARWICK – Cathy Duquette, in both work and life, lives by the phrase “verify, then trust.” Duquette, Lifespan Corp.’s executive vice president of quality and...
CRUCIAL COMPONENT: Brian Williams, chief of staff at Roger Williams University in Bristol, says good communication with students, faculty and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic has been crucial to providing up-to-date information and promoting safety on campus. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Williams balances strategic planning with COVID response at RWU

2022 C-Suite Awards: Nonprofit/Social Service Agency | Brian Williams, Roger Williams University chief of staff Helping lead a university’s COVID-19 response while spearheading strategic planning for...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has named 16 honorees for its 2022 C-Suite Awards program.

Lifespan’s Duquette named 2022 Career Achiever for PBN’s C-Suite Awards program

PROVIDENCE – Cathy Duquette, executive vice president of quality and safety and chief nursing executive for Lifespan Corp., has been named the 2022 Career...
ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY, pictured, and Bryant University made some modifications for its on-campus requirements for students. But most of the Rhode Island-based colleges will keep all of their mandates in place for the time being. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

RWU, Bryant University modify some mask requirements; most colleges staying masked...

PROVIDENCE – Roger Williams University in Bristol and Bryant University in Smithfield have made some modifications to their respective COVID-19 masking requirements on campus....
ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY announced late Tuesday it will require all its students and employees to get COVID-19 booster vaccinations before the start of the spring semester. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

RWU, Bryant, RISD latest colleges to require COVID-19 booster shots

BRISTOL – Roger Williams University, Bryant University in Smithfield and the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence are the latest local colleges to mandate...
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES across Rhode Island, including Roger Williams University, pictured, have overall kept COVID-19 under control on their campuses during the fall semester despite the growing community-wide surge. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

Despite communitywide COVID-19 surge, colleges have kept virus under control on...

PROVIDENCE – As college students across Rhode Island are preparing for their fall semester final exams, local colleges have generally passed one very important...
ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY created a COVID-19 data hub to show testing and case data on campus. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

PC, RWU create COVID-19 data hubs to show campus testing, case...

PROVIDENCE – As local colleges start welcoming students back to campus this month after closing in-person learning in the middle of the spring semester...
ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY is working on protocols in order to return to campus life next fall. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

RWU, Salve working on protocols to reopen campus in the fall

BRISTOL – Roger Williams University and Salve Regina University have joined the growing list of local colleges announcing their intentions to return to campus...
EMPTY CAMPUS: The Memorial Union at the University of Rhode Island in South Kingstown is pictured in the background. URI Provost Daniel DeHayes says the university is expected to issue $8 million in refunds on room and board and had to spend $1 million to transition about 1,800 classes online due to the ­COVID-19 pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

With pandemic losses mounting, local colleges face biggest test

Rhode Island-based colleges are already feeling the financial strain from the COVID-19 pandemic, with the cancellation of usually profitable events and the loss of...

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