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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.
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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.
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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.
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Pawtucket, Providence High School Students Report Positive Gains from RWU's Gateway to College Program

PAWTUCKET, R.I. ­­– Students recently told the Pawtucket School Committee about the life-changing progress they’re making in the Gateway to College program, which gives them with an opportunity to fin
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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 Public Schools and Roger Williams University announce first-in-Rhode Island workforce collaboration.
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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.