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Four regional schools included in U.S. News online program rankings

PROVIDENCE – Four universities within Rhode Island and Bristol County, Mass., appeared in multiple rankings by U.S. News and World Report for being among...

Chace elected president of Wilson Ornithological Society

JAMESON CHACE, a professor at Salve Regina University in the biology and biomedical sciences and cultural, environmental and global studies departments, has been elected...
BROWN UNIVERSITY is projected to bring in $2.5 million in revenue from declined applications, according to a study Wednesday by LendEdu. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

LendEdu: Brown University to make $2.5M off of declined applications

PROVIDENCE – Brown University is projected to make around $2.5 million in revenue off of declined applications from prospective students seeking admission to the...

Salve professor named president of Wilson Ornithological Society

NEWPORT – Jameson Chace, professor of the biology and biomedical sciences and cultural, environmental and global studies departments at Salve Regina University, was recently...
MERGER TALK: Dr. James E. Fanale, Care New England Health System CEO and president, is still interested in a merger with Lifespan Corp., but only with the involvement of Massachusetts-based Partners HealthCare, which recently changed its name to Mass General Brigham. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Let’s hope 2020 resolves merger question for Lifespan and CNE

Rhode Island’s two biggest health systems head into the new year with major questions to answer about their finances and the prospect of a...

The virtues of servant leadership

Kelli J. Armstrong | Salve Regina University president I was drawn to Salve Regina because of its mission, which flows from the inspirational values of...

CareLink appoints Gadbois as CEO

PROVIDENCE – CareLink has named Christine Gadbois as CEO, the organization announced. Gadbois, the nonprofit’s second CEO, succeeds Joan Kwiatkowski, who departed CareLink to transition...

Long honored for nonprofit work

NICHOLAS TROTT LONG, a Little Compton-based attorney, recently received the 2019 Dorothy Lohmann Community Service Award from the Rhode Island Bar Association. The award...

CCRI joins network of colleges in biomedical research collaborative

WARWICK – The Community College of Rhode Island says it is now part of the IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence, a collection of state...

Salve offers workshops for mental health counselors

WARWICK – Salve Regina University is offering a series of continuing-education workshops for mental health counselors. The workshops will meet the needs of providers who...
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