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Salve Regina wins grant to fund CAE cyber defense study

NEWPORT, R.I. – Salve Regina University today announced that CAE, a global leader in training, has awarded the University’s administration of justice department (ADJ) a $180,000 grant to fund a cybersecurity defense research project. The research study will assess the cyber...

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Edward King Center executive director Carmela Geer wins Alumni Achievement Award

NEWPORT, R.I. – Carmela A. Geer of Middletown, a former “teacher of the year” in her hometown who currently serves as the executive director of the Edward King Senior Center in Newport, was named an Alumni Achievement Award winner during Salve Regina University’s recent...

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Helen McGowan-Gardner of Mattapoisett wins Alumni Achievement Award

NEWPORT, R.I. – Helen Shea McGowan-Gardner of Mattapoisett, Mass., a pioneer in the early research on AIDS and the development of critical care for AIDS patients at the local, regional and national levels, was named an Alumni Achievement Award winner during Salve Regina...

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LiteCure founder and CEO Brian Pryor wins Alumni Achievement Award

NEWPORT, R.I. – Brian Pryor of Newark, Del., founder and chief executive officer of the medical device manufacturer LiteCure, was named an Alumni Achievement Award winner during Salve Regina University’s recent reunion weekend celebration. Pryor earned bachelor’s degrees in...

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Salve hosts retreat for CTL professionals from 20 New England colleges and universities

NEWPORT, R.I. – More than two dozen higher education professionals representing 20 colleges and universities throughout New England recently participated in a professional development mini-retreat at Salve Regina University that focused on strategies for improving...

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Dr. William Leeman to participate in Council of Independent Colleges seminar

Dr. William Leeman, associate professor of history, is one of a select group of faculty members nationwide chosen by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History to participate in a special American history seminar on “The...

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Seven visiting K-12 teachers from Chile will work with Newport teachers and students

NEWPORT, R.I. – Seven visiting elementary and middle school teachers from Chile who are participating in a two-week professional development program designed by Salve Regina University will be working with Newport teachers and students tomorrow (Wednesday, July 12) from 1-2...

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Salve ranked in top 7 percent of higher education institutions

Salve Regina has been ranked among the top 7 percent of the 2,400 higher education institutions nationwide that were surveyed by Money magazine for its 2017 “Best Colleges for Your Money” analysis. Among the metrics examined by Money in ranking Salve Regina 160th overall...

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Seven local men host book launch to celebrate '500 Years of Living'

NEWPORT, R.I. – Six local men and their editor, all over 70 years of age and members of the Circle of Scholars program at Salve Regina University, have published a collection of their memoirs documenting “500 Years of Living,” which they will officially launch during a...

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Swanson emphasizes sensation of motion in new instructional book

NEWPORT, R.I. – Dr. JD Swanson, Salve Regina University biology professor and a lifetime student of karate, has published a new book that explores the dynamics, motion and sensation of the martial arts that serves to benefit instructors and students alike. “Karate Science...

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