RIPR’s Political Roundtable team of political reporter Ian Donnis, political analyst Scott MacKay, and with URI political science professor Maureen Moakley, along with occasional Roundtable guest Dr. Pablo Rodriguez, analyze the local and national political scene. Recorded May 13, 2014.
If you weren't able to join us last night at the Providence Athenaeum for Policy & Pinot - "Killer Drugs: Tackling Opioid Addiction and Overdose in Rhode Island" - not to worry. We recorded the program and will broadcast it Sunday, March 16 at 6 pm here on Rhode Island Public Radio. But we're sorry we missed you!
More about last night's Policy & Pinot at the Providence Athenaeum
Providence is striving to become a city where young people want to live and work. For many, having a green way to commute is vital. In this Policy and Pinot we explore how making the city an attractive place to live and bike could boost the capital city’s bottom line.
Moderator: Bradley Campbell – Environment Reporter / Weekend Host, Rhode Island Public Radio
Advances in technology have changed the types of skills needed to land a well-paying job. In this Policy & Pinot discussion, Education Reporter Elisabeth Harrison examine how the state is retooling the education system from K-12 and beyond to prepare students for 21st Century jobs. Panelists are David Abbott, Deputy Rhode Island Commissioner of Education, Katherine Bergeron, Dean of the College at Brown University, John Hazen White, Jr., President of Taco, Inc., Steven Kitchin, Vice President for Corporate Education and Training at New England Institute of Technology.