Nancy Carriuolo

The Education Blog
10:44 am
Thu December 4, 2014

RIC President Attends DC Summit On College Access

Rhode Island College President Nancy Carriuolo joins school officials from around the country for a Washington D.C. summit on college costs.
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Rhode Island College President Nancy Carriuolo is among more than a hundred college presidents at the White House Thursday for President Barack Obama's Summit on College Opportunity.

Carriuolo will be joined by Providence Public Schools Superintendent Susan Lusi.

Providence is one of more than 50 cities that have joined an effort to increase the number of residents with college or other post-secondary degrees.

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Education
9:55 am
Tue September 23, 2014

Ribbon Cutting Held For RIC's Alex And Ani Hall

Rhode Island College campus in Providence
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Rhode Island College holds a ribbon cutting ceremony today for Alex and Ani Hall. The $17 million renovation project created the university’s first-ever arts building.  

The 1958 building originally housed a student center, cafeteria, and library.  RIC President Nancy Carriuolo says the renovated building has plenty of natural light and a special ventilation system to make sure the studios are safe for art making.

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Scott MacKay Commentary
2:29 pm
Fri June 6, 2014

Scott MacKay Commentary: Finally, Smith Hill And RI Colleges Work Together

Rhode Island College, University of Rhode Island, and the Community College of Rhode Island will not see their tuition increase if the state budget is approved.
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Is Rhode Island government finally waking up to leveraging state colleges as wellsprings of economic development? RIPR political analyst Scott MacKay sees some hopeful signs on Smith Hill.

After years of malign neglect of Rhode Island’s public colleges and universities, the General Assembly finally appears to be turning a corner. Several elements in the state budget approved last week by the House Finance Committee show that Statehouse politicians are finally getting the message on the iron link between education and creating jobs in the Ocean State.

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On Politics
1:06 pm
Mon March 17, 2014

Richard Walton e-book unveiling at RIC

Richard Walton was a huge presence in our small state for more than a half century. A writer, journalist, teacher and political activist, Walton, of Warwick, was a leader in so many campaigns for peace and social justice that even his friends and fellow activists could barely keep count.

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Politics
8:41 am
Fri March 8, 2013

Five nominated for EDC Board

Governor Lincoln Chafee has unveiled five nominees for the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation. The EDC has remained beset by turnover in recent years.

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