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DOUG WHITE is chair of cybersecurity and networking at Roger Williams University. He also co-hosts the podcast "Secure Digital Life." / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

Five Questions With: Doug White

Doug White is chair of cybersecurity and networking at Roger Williams University. White, who co-hosts the podcast “Secure Digital Life,” talks with Providence Business...
TESTING: Abigail Scro, diagnostic technician at the Roger Williams University Aquatic Diagnostic Lab, prepares to run a test to look at quantitative Polymerase chain reactions that would indicate levels of Vibrio para­haemolyticus in oysters. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

R.I. schools promote undergrad research

If a university undergraduate is considering an advanced degree or wants to engage in discovery, what better way for them to learn than by...
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Five Questions With Ame Lambert

Ame Lambert | Chief diversity officer, Roger Williams University 1. What does your position entail? My role involves helping RWU define diversity, equity and inclusion;...
DOUG WHITE, the chair of Cybersecurity and Networking at Roger Williams University, says data breaches like the one at Equifax will continue to happen "until constituents and businesses go down there with the torches out, saying 'the monster’s loose and we want something done.' " / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

RWU expert sees need for more regulation after Equifax breach

PROVIDENCE – In the wake of a data breach at consumer credit-reporting giant Equifax, in which the private information of 143 million Americans may...

Tribe, Ivy League Brown debate law, morality

On Aug. 20 approximately 50 members of the Pokanoket nation, an indigenous group that claims ties to Colonial-era Wampanoag leader King Philip, or Metacom,...
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE Ruth Bader Ginsburg is scheduled to speak at Roger Williams University on Jan. 30 at the university's School of Law. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg to speak at RWU in January

BRISTOL - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will address the Roger Williams University School of Law Jan. 30, the University announced Thursday. Ginsburg...
R.I. HOUSING AND HousingWorks Rhode Island at Roger Williams University will host a Senior Health and Housing forum on Sept. 19.

R.I. Housing, HousingWorks R.I. host Senior Health and Housing forum

PROVIDENCE – R.I. Housing and HousingWorks Rhode Island at Roger Williams University will host a Senior Health and Housing forum on Tuesday, Sept. 19. The...

RWU’s Rhyne earns lifetime achievement award

BRISTOL – Associate professor of marine biology at Roger Williams University, Andrew Rhyne, was honored with a lifetime achievement award from the Marine Aquarium Societies of...
BEYOND BUSINESS: Associate Justice Brian P. Stern worked in the public sector before being appointed to the bench. Although he was named in 2011 to oversee the business calendar for Kent, Newport and Washington counties, he still presides over some criminal matters, including murders, outside of the business calendar. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

A 2001 court experiment in R.I. has paid off with speedier...

When Michael P. Fiore died ­powerboat racing in August 2014, his boat-building company quickly started falling apart. Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats Ltd., based in Bristol, owed...
SEAN VARANO, Roger Williams University criminal justice professor, worked with Pamela Kelley, executive director of Kelley Research Associates, to develop a database for Plymouth County overdose service calls to coordinate overdose-prevention outreach. /COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

Varano helps develop database to assist police in overdose-prevention outreach

BRISTOL – Police in Plymouth County want to proactively prevent opioid-overdose deaths, something a database created by Roger Williams University Criminal Justice Professor Sean...

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