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Articles by Livia Gimenes (37)

Faculty vote to extend first-year orientation

News, University News

Faculty vote to extend first-year orientation

February 5, 2020 0 comments

Faculty voted unanimously to approve a two-day extension of the University’s first-year orientation program during the first monthly faculty meeting of the year Tuesday. The extension will take effect as a pilot program for academic years 2020-2021 and 2021-2022.

University Professor asks NYT to correct 1619 project

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University Professor asks NYT to correct 1619 project

January 29, 2020 1 comment

Professor Emeritus of History Gordon Wood P’86 co-wrote a letter to the editor requesting a correction to the New York Times Magazine’s acclaimed 1619 Project with four other professors from different universities.

The offshoot of the R.I. Democratic Party Women’s Caucus was established a week before the bylaws were passed.

Metro, News

Democratic Party Women’s Caucus ends party affiliation

December 2, 2019 0 comments

The Rhode Island Democratic Party Women’s Caucus announced the establishment of a separate allied offshoot unaffiliated with the party called “the Rhode Island Democratic Women’s Caucus” at a press release Nov. 19.

Non-partisan student group No Labels hosted a debate between the Brown Democrats and Brown Republicans Wednesday night.

News, University News

Brown Democrats, Republicans debate election topics

November 1, 2019 0 comments

The Brown Democrats and Brown Republicans engaged in a respectful but heated exchange of ideas at the No Labels 2020 Election Debate, covering topics such as health care, gun control, immigration and free speech.

Brown Elementary Afterschool Mentoring brings University students to William D’Abate Elementary School in Olneyville to lead clubs every day. The school is one of the highest ranked elementary schools in PPSD.

Metro, News

D’Abate, Swearer partnership praised for success

October 29, 2019 0 comments

West past Federal Hill lies a low-roofed two-story building with brick walls surrounded by wood-panel houses. In the afternoons, yellow buses line up as some children play on the swings or run around the playground.

$20 million grant awarded to Rhode Island Department of Education

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$20 million grant awarded to Rhode Island Department of Education

October 11, 2019 1 comment

The Rhode Island Department of Education has received a $20 million federal grant to improve children’s literacy rates. The grant, awarded by the U.S. Department of Education earlier this month, will target readers from birth to grade 12 by focusing on improving curriculum quality.

‘Craving to quit’ app teaches mindfulness to counter smoking addiction

News, Science & Research

‘Craving to quit’ app teaches mindfulness to counter smoking addiction

September 27, 2019 Comments are Disabled

For smokers looking for alternatives to help wean themselves off nicotine, researchers at the School of Public Health have a new option — a mindfulness app.

Multimedia by Livia Gimenes (1)