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Becker named Sloan Research Fellow in Ocean Sciences

AUSTIN BECKER, a professor of marine affairs at the University of Rhode Island, was recently named a Sloan Research Fellow in Ocean Sciences by...
ON A MISSION: Dr. Brian R. Ott, director, Alzheimer’s Disease & Memory Disorder Center at Rhode Island Hospital, and Lori A. Daiello, research scientist and clinical research administrator, are on a mission to reduce the prevalence of Alzheimer’s.
 / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I.-based researchers on a mission to delay onset of Alzheimer’s

With an estimated 5.5 million Americans now living with Alzheimer’s disease, Dr. Brian R. Ott, director of Rhode Island Hospital’s memory-disorder center, and Lori...
THE NATIONAL COUNCIL on Teacher Quality ranked four Rhode Island secondary educators on their ability to prepare teachers on Monday.

R.I. schools ranked for prospective teacher preparation

WASHINGTON – The National Council on Teacher Quality named four Rhode Island schools in its Landscapes in teacher prep undergraduate secondary study, which looks...
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Miriam Hospital, URI implement nursing mentorship program

PROVIDENCE – Registered nurses at The Miriam Hospital in Providence are working one-on-one with seniors at the University of Rhode Island’s College of Nursing,...
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Roxana Mercado, right, financial-coaching fellow at Capital Good Fund in Providence, meets with her client, Gloria Orjuela of Providence. / PBN PHOTO/
MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. has the highest percentage of poor people in New England....

Gloria Orjuela, a 53-year-old Providence resident, is disabled and living on supplemental-security income.Originally from Colombia, Orjuela has lived in the United States for 27...
INNOVATIVE ­DESIGN: University of Rhode Island engineering students designed a new scoliosis brace and printed a 1/25-scale model prototype on a 3-D printer. From left, Gabriella Divine, a fifth-year mechanical-engineering and Spanish major from East Greenwich; Chris Viveiros, a mechanical-engineering senior from Attleboro; URI professor Bahram Nassersharif; Dan Cross, a mechanical-engineering senior from Northborough, Mass.; and Thomas Brey, a mechanical-engineering senior from Manville, N.Y. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

URI engineering students design new scoliosis back brace

The most common daily brace worn for scoliosis, the Boston brace, was created in the 1970s and remains a go-to solution for physicians treating...
THE 2017 NEW ENGLAND Emmy Awards nominations included WJAR, WPRI and the WWII Foundation on Wednesday. / COURTESY THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES BOSTON/NEW ENGLAND

New England Emmy nominations announced

PROVIDENCE - Seven Rhode Island media and marketing enterprises garnered nominations in the 40th Emmy Awards for the Boston/New England chapter of the National...
URI students place second in Health Tech Hackathon 2017 with smoking cessation concept Vapegate. /COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND

URI students Vapegate place second in Health Tech Hackathon 2017

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - A team of five University of Rhode Island students placed second in the Health Tech Hackathon 2017 hosted by Cornell University last...
The South Street Landing project showing progress from the exterior, and downtown Providence in the background. PBN PHOTO/ FILE MICHAEL SALERNO

South Street Landing deal a highlight for Ventas in Q1 performance

CHICAGO - Chicago-based real estate investment trust Ventas Inc. reported earnings Friday of $198.1 million in the 2017 first quarter, an increase of 33.6...

URI professor receives $10K to study grad student dropout phenomenon

SHANNON MADDEN, assistant professor of writing and rhetoric at the University of Rhode Island, recently received a $10,000 grant from the National Council of...
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