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WHALLEY COMPUTER ASSOCIATES Vice President Paul Whalley says the company's involvement in an R.I. Department of Education project to provide wireless internet to schools was a turning point in WCA's expansion into Rhode Island. /COURTESY WHALLEY COMPUTER ASSOCIATES

Five Questions With: Paul Whalley

Paul Whalley is the vice president of Southwick, Mass.-based Whalley Computer Associates Inc., which recently opened a new office in Providence to extend its...

Rhode Island Builders Association recognizes NEIT project director

FREDERICK GILL, project director at New England Institute of Technology, was recently recognized by the Rhode Island Builders Association with an award of appreciation...
MARY ANN SNIDER is the deputy commissioner of education overseeing teaching and learning for the R.I. Department of Education. /COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Five Questions With: Mary Ann Snider

Mary Ann Snider is the deputy commissioner of education overseeing teaching and learning for the R.I. Department of Education. Snider has been part of...

Hayes-Leite named 2018 R.I. Teacher of the Year

KRISTIN HAYES-LEITE was named Rhode Island’s 2018 Teacher of the Year by the R.I. Department of Education in a surprise ceremony in June. She...
TECH TALK: Michael E. Katz, right, executive director of the URI Research Foundation, speaks with Andrew Grand-Pierre, licensing technology officer, URI Research Foundation. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

URI, Brown rank low in Milken’s top tech-transfer universities

In almost two years as associate vice president of intellectual property and economic development at the University of Rhode Island, Michael E. Katz said...
HELPING HAND: Amanda Hanley, right, transition councilor for Rhode Island Regional Adult Learning, assists Esther Alvarez, of Woonsocket, as part of an adult-education class for workers learning English skills. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL
SALERNO

Demand for ESL classes far exceeds openings

More than half of the 6,000 adults in Rhode Island taking part in adult-education classes are trying to improve their English-language skills. But the demand...

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