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Kaugars named URI’s new chief information officer

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Effective July 23, Karlis Kaugars has begun work as University of Rhode Island’s next chief information officer.Kaugars, who previously served as...
THE UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND has established a new endowed professorship in the College of Business with a $1 million commitment from Fredrick J. Newton III and and Susan Newton. / COURTESY URI

URI receives $1M to create endowed professorship in the College of...

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island has established a new endowed professorship for the College of Business with a $1 million commitment...

URI profiting from geographic diversity

Stepped-up marketing to international and out-of-state students in recent years is paying off for the University Rhode Island.A 2017 survey of 500 U.S. colleges...
FOUR EDUCATIONAL technology initiatives received a combined $623,460 in grants from the Champlin Foundation Tuesday. /PHOTO COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND

URI educational tech initiatives receive $600K-plus in grants

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - Four Champlin Foundation grants totaling $623,460 were awarded to four University of Rhode Island educational technology tools, the state's flagship research institute...
LENDING SUPPORT: Donald H. DeHayes, University of Rhode Island provost and vice president of academic affairs, says URI is sensitive to the cost of education and spends $100,000 on financial aid each year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Tuition, fees up at Rhode Island colleges, universities

In the fall, Rhode Island’s public-college students will find their education a little more expensive. The fiscal year 2018 state budget included across-the-board tuition...
LOCAL HISTORY: Robert Shea, right, associate provost for the advancement of teaching and learning at Roger Williams University, speaks to students during Roger Seminar, which introduces first-year students to Roger Williams as a historical figure by studying texts by ­Williams and those analyzing his role in local history. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

Schools focus faculty, students on benefits of collaboration

Joan Branham, Providence College associate dean of the School of Arts & Sciences, and Dan Horne, associate dean of PC’s School of Business, knew...
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