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Nursing department presents roundtable, ‘Ebola: Facts not Fear’ on Nov. 12

Salve Regina’s nursing department will present “Ebola: Facts not Fear,” a roundtable featuring expert panelists from the nursing faculty as well as staff members representing the offices of health services, international programs, safety and security, and student life. The...

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Salve Regina, Bryant vocalists present free ‘Voices in Harmony’ concert Nov. 8

Student vocalists from both Salve Regina and Bryant universities will team up to make music together when they present “Voices in Harmony” for the 11th consecutive year at Ochre Court on Saturday, Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. The concert, free and open to the public, will include...

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Free performances of ‘Ajax’ to initiate statewide conversation about veterans

The Pell Center at Salve Regina University will be hosting a reader’s theater production of the Greek tragedy “Ajax” in five cities and towns in Rhode Island. As a part of the Pell Center’s Story in the Public Square initiative, the play will serve as a vehicle for opening...

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Maureen Montgomery presents inaugural McGinty Lecture on Oct. 30 at Casino Theatre

Dr. Maureen Montgomery, Salve Regina’s first McGinty Distinguished Chair in History, is presenting the inaugural McGinty Lecture, “From Ochre Court to Downton Abbey: Trans-Atlantic Marriages and the British Peerage.” The talk, free and open to the public, will be presented on...

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State’s VA director presents public talk profiling today’s veteran

In an effort to address the diverse health care needs of today’s veterans, Kim Ripoli, associate director of Rhode Island’s Veterans Affairs division, will present a public talk on Tuesday, Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. at Salve Regina University. “The Profile of Today’s Veteran” will be...

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Preservation planners, experts host ‘A Conversation in Preservation’ on Oct. 24

A panel of experts in the field of preservation, including Richard Guy Wilson, will lead a public discussion on the state of restoration as part of “A Conversation in Preservation” being hosted at Salve Regina University's Ochre Court on Friday, Oct. 24 from 9-11 a.m....

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Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ is Oct. 23-26 at Casino Theatre

Salve Regina’s Department of Music, Theatre and Dance will present Oscar Wilde’s last and most famous play, “The Importance of Being Earnest,” on Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 23-26 at the Casino Theatre, 9 Freebody St. Performances will be given at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday...

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Day One staff, dean’s office conducts campus sexual assault forum

Staff members from Day One, the sexual assault and trauma resource center in Providence, will conduct an informational forum on campus-based sexual assault when they visit Salve Regina on Friday, Oct. 17. The forum, free and open to the public, will be held from 7-9 p.m. in...

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100 years later, First World War consequences still playing out in Europe, Middle East

A panel of Salve Regina historians will discuss the legacy of the First World War, examining how its consequences are still playing out across Eastern Europe and the Middle East 100 years later, including in Iraq and Syria, “The First World War at 100: Understanding the Cost...

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Edelstein’s essay to be featured on RIPR’s ‘This I Believe’ series

An essay written by Myra Edelstein, associate professor of business studies and economics, will be featured on Rhode Island Public Radio’s “This I Believe” series scheduled to air on Wednesday, Oct. 1. Edelstein’s 400-word essay pays homage to her parents and the intriguing...

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