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Arcade Exhibit Showcases Rwu History Professor’S Research, Edward Fitzpatrick Jun 2018

Arcade Exhibit Showcases Rwu History Professor’S Research, Edward Fitzpatrick

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Research focuses on the Narragansett Pacer, the first “truly American” breed of horse, featured in “The Last of the Mohicans”.


6 Questions On: Providing Expert Witness Testimony For Asylum-Seekers, Jill Rodrigues Jun 2018

6 Questions On: Providing Expert Witness Testimony For Asylum-Seekers, Jill Rodrigues

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Rwu Students Work With Organization That Helps Intellectually Disabled Students Transition To Jobs, Juan Siliezar Jun 2018

Rwu Students Work With Organization That Helps Intellectually Disabled Students Transition To Jobs, Juan Siliezar

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This hands-on experience shows how community-engaged writing projects help students develop key writing, teamwork and research skills.


Rwu Students Design Graphics And Website For R.I.’S First Teen Recovery Center, Juan Siliezar Jun 2018

Rwu Students Design Graphics And Website For R.I.’S First Teen Recovery Center, Juan Siliezar

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Students partnered with The Providence Center to develop graphics and a fully functioning website for the organization’s new teen center.


Rwu Graduate Wins Tony Award As A Producer Of “The Band’S Visit”, Edward Fitzpatrick Jun 2018

Rwu Graduate Wins Tony Award As A Producer Of “The Band’S Visit”, Edward Fitzpatrick

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Roger Williams University alumnus Charlie Stone received a Tony Award on June 10 as a producer of “The Band’s Visit,” which swept the Radio City Music Hall ceremonies with 10 awards, including best new musical.


Marching Toward The Finish​, Juan Siliezar May 2018

Marching Toward The Finish​, Juan Siliezar

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A quick look at the work master's of architecture students are presenting as part of their graduate thesis.


Learning To Market A Labor Of Love, Juan Siliezar Apr 2018

Learning To Market A Labor Of Love, Juan Siliezar

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To help take a small business to the next level, RWU students learn the art it takes to make its signature treat.


The Alumni Connection: Tv Producer Shares Field-Reporting Experience With Journalism Students, Jill Rodrigues Apr 2018

The Alumni Connection: Tv Producer Shares Field-Reporting Experience With Journalism Students, Jill Rodrigues

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Kathleen Kiely ’13 takes students into the field as she reports for WCVB TV’s “Chronicle”. Jill Rodrigues.


The Roots Of Racism And The Challenge Of “White Fragility”, Edward Fitzpatrick Mar 2018

The Roots Of Racism And The Challenge Of “White Fragility”, Edward Fitzpatrick

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The New York Times on March 19 reported that a sweeping new study found that black boys in America end up earning less than white boys with similar backgrounds, even when they’re raised in wealthy, two-parent families in good neighborhoods.


Bristol/Rwu Cooperative Committee Accepting Applications From Local Groups, Individuals, Edward Fitzpatrick Mar 2018

Bristol/Rwu Cooperative Committee Accepting Applications From Local Groups, Individuals, Edward Fitzpatrick

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Spring is in the air, so that means it’s time for local groups and residents to submit applications for the Fund for Civic Activities, run by the Town of Bristol/Roger Williams University Cooperative Committee.


Rwu Stay Break Part I: A Real-World Dive Into R.I.’S Food Insecurity Issues, Jill Rodrigues Mar 2018

Rwu Stay Break Part I: A Real-World Dive Into R.I.’S Food Insecurity Issues, Jill Rodrigues

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Students apply their hands-on lessons in food insecurity issues to make an advocacy pitch to state legislators.


Rwu Students Help Gloria Gemma Research Programs For Children Whose Parents Have Cancer, Juan Siliezar Dec 2017

Rwu Students Help Gloria Gemma Research Programs For Children Whose Parents Have Cancer, Juan Siliezar

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The hands-on experience provided students with teamwork, research and writing skills they can use upon graduation.


Alexander Castro ’14 Captures 2016 Rhode Island Press Association Award, Jill Rodrigues Jun 2016

Alexander Castro ’14 Captures 2016 Rhode Island Press Association Award, Jill Rodrigues

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Part of the first class of journalism grads at Roger Williams, Castro takes first place in arts criticism.


Roger Williams University Recognizes Alumni Achievements At Annual Awards Ceremony, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University Jun 2016

Roger Williams University Recognizes Alumni Achievements At Annual Awards Ceremony, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University

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Mark Fallon ’78, Megan Alves ’91 and Theresa Agonia ’13 honored for their contributions to society, university community.


Rwu’S Construction Management Professional Advisory Board Names Bill Tracey “Distinguished Person Of The Year”, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University May 2016

Rwu’S Construction Management Professional Advisory Board Names Bill Tracey “Distinguished Person Of The Year”, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University

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TRAC Builders Inc. Founder and President honored for contributions to CMPAB and Construction Management program at Roger Williams University.


Passion, Potential And The Power Of 'Yes' – The Class Of 2016 Graduates, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University May 2016

Passion, Potential And The Power Of 'Yes' – The Class Of 2016 Graduates, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University

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WaterFire Providence Creator Barnaby Evans calls for passion and purpose as 1,045 students earn bachelor's and master's degrees.


Women's Lacrosse Wins First-Ever Ccc Championship, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University May 2016

Women's Lacrosse Wins First-Ever Ccc Championship, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University

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With a big victory in their first CCC championship title, the Hawks move on to the NCAA tournament.


Student Team Leads Brand Coventry Campaign To Promote Town’S History, Community, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University May 2016

Student Team Leads Brand Coventry Campaign To Promote Town’S History, Community, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University

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Via the Community Partnerships Center, a team of public relations students partner with Celebrate Coventry! Committee to promote the Town as tourist destination.


In Central Falls, A Bold Design Signals A Bright Future, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University Dec 2015

In Central Falls, A Bold Design Signals A Bright Future, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University

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Graphic design students from RWU team with city officials to create a modern, bold brand identity that also embraces the community’s history.


Under Cover: The Art Of The Book With Rwu Librarians Lindsey Gumb And Heidi Benedict, Melissa Patricio Nov 2015

Under Cover: The Art Of The Book With Rwu Librarians Lindsey Gumb And Heidi Benedict, Melissa Patricio

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Creative Writing students go behind the pages to learn the basics of bookbinding.


Full Steam Ahead: Education Students Develop Custom Exhibit Proposals For Herreshoff Marine Museum, Sabrina Polin Nov 2015

Full Steam Ahead: Education Students Develop Custom Exhibit Proposals For Herreshoff Marine Museum, Sabrina Polin

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Interactive exhibits combine sailing basics with lessons in science, technology, engineering, art and math.


Rwu Student Team Captures Regional Design-Build Championship, Madison Reslow Oct 2015

Rwu Student Team Captures Regional Design-Build Championship, Madison Reslow

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For the second-year in a row, Architecture and Construction Management team is among eight regional winners in the National Design-Build Student Competition.


Fun, Functional Fabric: Saahp Students Sweep Competition In Fabric Structures Challenge, Sabrina Polin Oct 2015

Fun, Functional Fabric: Saahp Students Sweep Competition In Fabric Structures Challenge, Sabrina Polin

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Projects by architecture graduate students claim first, second and third at the Industrial Fabrics Association International’s Student Design Challenge.


Hawk On The High Seas: Emma Wightman ’17 To Sail Across The Atlantic With Sea Semester, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University Oct 2015

Hawk On The High Seas: Emma Wightman ’17 To Sail Across The Atlantic With Sea Semester, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University

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Upper-level science undergrads from across the country will investigate global climate change while aboard a 134-foot brigantine en route from the Canary Islands to St. Croix.


Rwu Arboretum A Reality As Campus Earns Accreditation, Jill Rodrigues Oct 2015

Rwu Arboretum A Reality As Campus Earns Accreditation, Jill Rodrigues

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Home to more than 30 species of native and specimen trees, the RWU campus becomes an internationally accredited arboretum.


Toward A Greater Good: In The Heart Of Providence, Celebrating Community-Engaged Projects, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University Oct 2015

Toward A Greater Good: In The Heart Of Providence, Celebrating Community-Engaged Projects, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University

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On the heels of the 'Roger’s Revolution' launch, Community Engagement Celebration provides a glimpse into student and faculty work across Rhode Island.


Funny Business: Susan Bedusa ’01 Helms National Lampoon Documentary, Sabrina Polin Sep 2015

Funny Business: Susan Bedusa ’01 Helms National Lampoon Documentary, Sabrina Polin

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The moose out front should’ve told you – go see alumna Susan Bedusa’s new film, Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon.


Raising An “Amoeba Army” To Fight A Deadly Intestinal Parasite, Sabrina Polin Sep 2015

Raising An “Amoeba Army” To Fight A Deadly Intestinal Parasite, Sabrina Polin

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Senior biology and chemistry major Joshua Leitao investigates amebiasis via American Society of Microbiology research fellowship.


Gabelli School Of Business Senior Named Rhode Island Changemaker Fellow, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University Sep 2015

Gabelli School Of Business Senior Named Rhode Island Changemaker Fellow, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University

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Monica Canova selected for new fellowship program designed to integrate student leaders into Rhode Island’s entrepreneurship scene.


Architecture Students To Partner In Developing Citywide Arboretum, Jill Rodrigues Aug 2015

Architecture Students To Partner In Developing Citywide Arboretum, Jill Rodrigues

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The Newport Tree Society will collaborate with students to create citywide reforestation plans and to preserve existing tree canopies.