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Longtime R.I. district SBA Director Hayward retiring

PROVIDENCE – The longtime U.S. Small Business Administration director for Rhode Island, Mark S. Hayward, is retiring on Friday, after more than 30 years...
PROVIDENCE COLLEGE announced Thursday that it has received a $5 million gift that will support some of the college's athletics programs, as well as finance the construction of the Ben Mondor Center for Nursing and Health Sciences building. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

Providence College receives anonymous $5M gift to support athletics, Mondor Center...

PROVIDENCE – A Secret Santa, of sorts, provided Providence College quite the present this holiday season. An anonymous donor has given PC a $5 million...
DYLAN ZELAZO was named the executive director of the The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. on Wednesday. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HEALTH AND EDUCATIONAL BUILDING CORP.

Zelazo named R.I. Health and Educational Building Corp.’s new executive director

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. has a new leader.  The state’s largest provider of bond financing for health and educational...

Is it fair to third-year students for colleges to mandate that...

Six of the Rhode Island’s 10 four-year colleges – all of them private – require students to live on campus for at least their...
REWARDING MEAL: 
Amica Mutual Insurance Co. employees, from left, Cindy Piatti, Isaiah Tamdji, Liddon Norman and Gil Petro eat during a National Customer Service Week company lunch event.
COURTESY AMICA MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.

Amica employees feel right at home

PBN Diversity Equity & Inclusion 2023 Awards Insurance: Amica Mutual Insurance Co. WHEN SHAMEEM AWAN began a position with Amica Mutual Insurance Co.’s claims division mere...
JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY next year will require students to live on campus for their first three years. / PBN FILE PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

Do on-campus college residency requirements limit student choice?

PROVIDENCE – Meeting new roommates, decorating one’s dorm room and making an acres-large campus one’s home for several months are all part of a...

The Transformative Value of Course-Embedded Consulting Projects in the Providence College...

In a rapidly evolving landscape of business education, Providence College School of Business’ graduate programs distinguish themselves through a dynamic blend of theoretical knowledge...

City opens PILOT talks with Lifespan

While Providence Mayor Brett P. Smiley has celebrated the passage of the latest payment-in-lieu-of-taxes agreements with Providence’s four colleges and universities, uncertainties remain about...
AN INSIDE LOOK: Margaret Morrissey-Basler, assistant professor of health sciences, second from left, instructs students in an anatomy class at Providence College. Traditionally, liberal arts colleges are putting more emphasis on professional majors, such as the nursing program at PC, as interest has grown. 
PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Some liberal arts schools adapting to major shifts

With nurses in high demand, and the field remaining a popular career choice despite workforce shortages, Providence College officials had high hopes for the...
PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO


Most-read stories on PBN.com, Sept. 2023

1. ‘Federal Hill has come back in a strong way’ PUBLISHED IN PRINT: SEPT. 29. Olivia DeAngelis has only worked in the hospitality industry...
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