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​Securing Your Digital Life: Two RWU Faculty Experts Host Weekly Cybersecurity Podcast

The podcast serves as introduction to the field of cybersecurity.
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RWU and Providence Public Schools Partner on Innovative Approach to Growing More ESL Teachers in RI

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Roger Williams University and Providence Public Schools are launching an innovative program designed to increase the number of certified English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) teachers
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RWU School of Continuing Studies Partnering with Westerly Education Center

University will offer four courses in Westerly during semester starting Jan. 24.
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Year in Review: Stories of Who We Are

A look back at the stories from 2017 that celebrate who we are and what we do at RWU.
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Amid Calls to Replace Columbus Day, Author Says Explorer Misunderstood

Scholar discusses Columbus’ religious motivation as students urge changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day.
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RWU Approves Campus Location for New SECCM Labs

With Trustees' approval, RWU plans to break ground in spring on School of Engineering, Computing and Construction Management Labs.
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RWU Turkey Basket Contest Provides Bounty for Local Families

Contest results in 2,600 pounds of food for East Bay Food Pantry.
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The Immigrant Veteran: Celebrating Service and Honor for Veterans Day

During Veterans Day observances, RWU Law Professor, veteran and military law expert David Coombs led a service that honored the people who serve our country.
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Moving Beyond Discomfort: Race Relations Expert Discusses How to Talk About Race

Beverly Daniel Tatum shares strategies on building diversity and inclusion in RWU’s “Talking about Race, Gender and Power” series.
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RWU SCS is Creating Pathways for All Students

A look at the programs offered for middle school, high school and nontraditional students at RWU's School of Continuing Studies.