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The Green and Complete Streets ordinance, a policy initiative spearheaded by Salvatore, passed in July of this year and will greatly benefit anyone who uses Providence’s streets.
Nour Abaherah's family came from Palestine for a better life. Now she will work to better the lives of others through health care.
Rhode Island College School of Business granted seven years of accreditation from international organization.
"The competition was a lot of fun and a great learning experience – it taught me a lot about small cap investing, leadership and teamwork," Lavalle said. "Aside from having such a talented team, I believe one of the greatest factors leading to our success was the bearish investment approach we took when selecting our sectors and stocks."
With Rhode Island as his launch pad, Gregory Kittelson '97 built an international life of business and entrepreneurship.
The most important reason for getting involved in service learning is to give back.
How many students get the chance to work for a megacorporation? Our students were offered that opportunity.
These students aren’t waiting to become traders on Wall Street, they’re investing now, using their own capital from the Student-Managed Investment Fund.