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U. to solicit feedback for deans, support staff

The University plans to implement a questionnaire as soon as next month that will let students provide feedback on their meetings with deans and staff members, said Margaret Klawunn, vice president for campus life and student services and interim dean of the College. Health Services has offered a similar ...

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Task force proposes gun reform legislation

The Joint Behavioral Health and Firearms Safety Task Force of Rhode Island proposed recommendations to the General Assembly last week that would prevent individuals with serious mental health issues from purchasing firearms. If the legislation is passed by the General Assembly, it would enable the ...

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Science & Research

Lecture outlines long-term welfare effects

Children who receive welfare may have better educational, economic and health outcomes later in life, said Anna Aizer, associate professor of economics and public policy, at a lecture at the Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions Tuesday afternoon. Aizer began the presentation, ...

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Science & Research

Art, science merge in STEAM tech project

About 20 students worked to design assistive technologies for people with communication disabilities during the “Speak Your Mind” workshop Thursday night in List 110. The event was hosted by STEAM, a student group formed last academic year that seeks to merge art with traditional STEM disciplines ...

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