Kate Nussenbaum

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2014: Senior Editor
2013: Science & Research Editor
2012: Science, Research & Technology Senior Staff Writer

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University News

Marathon hearing addresses pensions

October 26, 2011 0 comments

More than 150 state employees, teachers and municipal employees addressed lawmakers at the first of three public hearings of the joint Rhode Island House and Senate Finance Committees on pension reform legislation Wednesday.


Occupiers refuse to leave Burnside Park

October 24, 2011 0 comments

Members of Occupy Providence announced their willingness to transition from lawful demonstration to civil disobedience yesterday. In response to demands that they vacate Burnside Park, members of the movement told Mayor Angel Taveras they plan on staying put.


Loan forgiveness program receives $250,000 grant

October 19, 2011 0 comments

UnitedHealthcare of New England donated $250,000 to the Rhode Island Foundation’s loan forgiveness program last week as part of a series of grants from state and national organizations encouraging medical students, including those at Alpert Medical School, to pursue careers in primary care.

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College Hill honored on list of best places

October 16, 2011 0 comments

Move over, Cambridge. And see you later, New Haven. The American Planning Association selected College Hill as one of the top 10 great neighborhoods in America this year. Denny Johnson, the association’s public affairs coordinator, said over 75 places were considered before the top neighborhoods, streets and spaces were named Oct. 4.

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Medical corporation funds engineering research

October 10, 2011 0 comments

Since committing $400,000 to University research in January, Medtronic — Fortune 500’s top medical product and equipment company — has provided support for three engineering research projects, according to Brian Sheldon, a professor of engineering who has been directing the collaboration.

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Landline users not ready to be put on hold

September 27, 2011 0 comments

Only 200 students have activated their free voicemail boxes this year, though around 4,000 are eligible to do so, said Kathy D’Aguanno, director of finance and administration for Computing and Information Services.

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