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THE SEVEN 2018 Carter Roger Williams Initiative scholarship initiatives are recognized on Wednesday, May 2. Left to Right: Coura Fall, Taiwo Demola, Dorbor Tarley, Sherenté Harris, Latifat Odetunde, Pichkatna “Hannah” Ung and Taliq Tillman. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

Seven high school seniors share $300,000 in scholarships honoring Roger Williams

PROVIDENCE - In its second iteration, seven Rhode Island high school seniors have been awarded Roger Williams scholarships by the Rhode Island Foundation before...
THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION has announced the recipients of its annual Carter Fellowships for Entrepreneurial Innovation. From left to right, The Rhode Island Foundation's Neil D. Steinberg and Jessica David stand with the 2018 winners: Erminio Pinque, Kate Lentz and Eva Agudelo. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

Three honored as 2018 Carter Fellowship for Entrepreneurial Innovation winners

PROVIDENCE – Applicants from Providence and Barrington touting food reuse, book ownership and local arts engagement centers were named Tuesday morning by the Rhode...
STUDENTS FROM William Winsor Elementary School in Smithfield, which was one of the schools statewide to win grants for classroom innovation from the Rhode Island Foundation. Nearly two dozen school districts will share $153,000 in grants. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

$153K in RIF classroom innovation grants shared by 23 R.I. towns,...

PROVIDENCE - More than 150 educators, among them many elementary school teachers, in 23 Rhode Island cities and towns will share $153,000 in grants...
THE STUDENTS receiving scholarships from the Rhode Island Foundation are, from left to right, Ngan (Kim) Le, Mount Saint Charles Academy, Columbia University; Night Jean Muhingabo, Central High School, Johnson & Wales University; Fatou Dieng, Woonsocket High School, Smith College; Taleen Donoyan, Cranston High School West, Quinnipiac College or University of Rhode Island; Diana Iglesias, Central High School, Providence College; Kelsey Dellinger, North Kingstown High School, University of Rhode Island. /COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

Winners of Roger Williams commemorative college scholarships announced by RI Foundation

PROVIDENCE – Six high school seniors from Cranston, Providence, North Kingstown and Woonsocket will share $100,000 in college scholarships honoring Roger Williams, thanks to...

Shellfish, cinema projects win 4th round of R.I. Foundation fellowships

PROVIDENCE – With a nod to seafood and the arts, the Rhode Island Foundation on Wednesday announced this year’s winners of the Rhode Island...
WHETTING APPETITES: David Dadekian, right, owner of Eat Drink RI LLC, with sous chef Ashley Vanasse. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Fellows follow passions to $300K

Following their passions led this year’s Innovation Fellows to concrete projects that have the potential to affect the food and textile industries in Rhode...
ONE OF TWO RHODE ISLAND INNOVATION FELLOWS named this week, Amy Bernhardt will receive $300,000 over three years to create Colorfast, a research and manufacturing facility to design and produce digitally printed textiles. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

Textiles, food projects take 3rd round of R.I.F. fellowships

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Innovation Fellows Amy Bernhardt and David Dadekian will pursue projects in the textile and food industries respectively, Rhode Island Foundation...
DESIGNER THREADS: DownCity Design’s Adrienne Gagnon intends to use her fellowship to build a fleet of mobile design labs outfitted with tools and media. / PBN PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD

RIF fellows targeting health care, design

In its inaugural Innovation Fellowships last year, The Rhode Island Foundation funded two projects with undeniable commercial potential built around growing retail and arts-centered...

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