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RWU President Donald Farish

RWU President Donald J. Farish to Retire in June 2019, Concluding Transformational 8-Year Tenure

Board of Trustees plans to spend coming year celebrating Farish’s accomplishments, searching for new president.
RWU Class of 2018 graduates

Graduating a Community of Civic Scholars

From committing to service on their first day as students to a deep dive into community-engaged work and real-world research projects, the Class of 2018 embodies civic scholarship at RWU.
RWU Providence campus

CVS Health and Roger Williams University To Offer Professional Development Program to Support Diverse Suppliers

Training program created by Center for Workforce and Professional Development at RWU School of Continuing Studies will help CVS Health diverse-owned suppliers develop skills in finance, leadership and technology.
Students looking at a gallery

​The Zine: A Space for ‘New and Dangerous Ideas’ at RWU

A new digital magazine at RWU showcases the voices, stories and experiences of RWU students and promotes critical social justice.
Victoria Davis

Following Her Passion: Student Commencement Speaker Finds Inspiration through Life’s Challenges

Victoria Davis ’18 combines her love for science and writing to create her own science communication major.
JSEC students in their Community development class

Students in RWU SCS Community Development Program Take on Projects to Improve Real Communities

Rhode Island’s only community development program prepares students to address the challenges in urban and rural neighborhoods and communities.
Frank R. Rainieri

Dominican Republic Ecotourism Pioneer to Deliver RWU Commencement Address

National Immigration Law Center director to deliver RWU Law Commencement Address.
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#TURNUPRI Youth Summit Demystifies Process of Reaching College and Career Goals

More than 300 Rhode Island youth will take part in April 18-19 summit at RWU School of Continuing Studies, AS220 and Providence Public Library.
All Saints Academy principal announced STEAM recognition from RWU

RWU School of Continuing Studies Recognizes All Saints Academy as a STEAM Academy  

Middletown school becomes second school in R.I. to complete training through RWU’s Center for Workforce and Professional Development.