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Nearly 300 students amass 7,000 hours during Center for Business Outreach's first year

Salve Regina’s new Center for Business Outreach has reported that more than 290 students participated in classroom projects creating business plans, social media analysis, marketing strategies and customer surveys during the Center’s first academic year in operation in 2014-...

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Chiquita Baylor named director of student activities

Chiquita Baylor, who has been working in higher education for nearly a decade, will join the Salve Regina Student Affairs team as director of student activities, effective July 1. Baylor currently serves as assistant director of student engagement in the Center for Student...

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Michelle Kwan to 2015 grads: 'There are bound to be falls ahead ... the true test is how we recover'

Following are excerpts from the commencement address by champion figure skater Michelle Kwan during this morning’s ceremony at Salve Regina: “I had so many life lessons that I learned from sports. Things like hard work, dedication, perseverance, falling – in front of millions...

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Salve Regina to award 653 degrees during its 65th commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 17

Salve Regina President Jane Gerety, RSM, will confer 653 degrees on Sunday, May 17, when the university celebrates its 65th commencement on the Oceanside lawn of McAuley Hall. The academic procession steps off at 9:15 a.m., with the ceremony scheduled to begin beneath the...

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Barbara LoMonaco named vice president for student affairs

Dr. Barbara LoMonaco has been named vice president for student affairs at Salve Regina University, President Jane Gerety announced today. LoMonaco will assume her position in July. LoMonaco currently serves as vice president for student affairs and dean of students at...

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Salve Regina students may enter Fordham School of Law after their junior years as part of new agreement

Beginning today, May 1, qualified Salve Regina University students who have completed three years of undergraduate study are now eligible to apply for early enrollment into law school at Fordham University thanks to an articulation agreement between the two institutions....

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Alumna Rachel Basset returns to campus on Law Day to present courage award in her name

Three months after graduating from Salve Regina’s five-year administration of justice program with a master’s degree in 2013, Rachel Basset fell ill with symptoms that included syncope, dizziness, severe heart palpitations and a rash. A month after her 23rd birthday, she...

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Longtime FBI agent, Salve professor Daniel Knight to be honored during 16th Law Day Observance

Daniel J. Knight, a retired special agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation who has taught in Salve Regina’s administration of justice program for 15 years, will be the featured speaker and be inducted as an honorary member into Alpha Phi Sigma national criminal justice...

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Education department, Learning Unlimited host ‘Making a Difference Gala’ to benefit YMCA

Salve Regina’s education department and Learning Unlimited program will host its end-of-the-year capstone event, the Making a Difference Gala, with proceeds benefiting the Newport County YMCA. The event will be held on Thursday, April 30 from 6-9 p.m. in Ochre Court, 100...

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Celebrity chef Mai Pham takes over Miley Café kitchen at Salve Regina on April 29

The Salve Regina University community will have the chance to meet and dine with celebrity chef Mai Pham when she takes to the kitchen at Miley Café on Wednesday, April 29. Chef Pham will host a VIP demonstration from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in Miley Café’s executive dining room,...

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