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Career Center Blog
April 24th, 2014, by jconole
by Jen Conole, Career Advisor The National Association of Colleges and Employers recently published a document titled, The Job Outlook for the Class of 2014. It is full of promising statistics and information. A few key pieces of information: 1. Hiring of New Grads is Expected... Read full post
LPI Community Experts
April 9th, 2014, by bmason145
(To see supplementary presentation PDF, visit the following link: “Latino Students in Rhode Island: A Review of Local and National Performances”) As part of some of our most recent initiatives, the Latino Policy Institute at Roger Williams University has been... Read full post
April 9th, 2014, by ebeck722
By: Emma '14 The world-renowned poet and author Oscar Wilde is quoted as saying, “One can never be overdressed or overeducated.” Have you ever really thought of what “overeducated” could mean? I have, but I can’t really think of an appropriate... Read full post
August 25th, 2014, by dfarish
We’ve spent five weeks looking at the question that continues to be the focus of reports and articles in the media – “Is college worth it?” – from the standpoint of four distinct concerns: its perceived lack of affordability; the burden of debt that... Read full post
ISTANBUL __Day 10 in Turkey started like any other, with our alarm clock consisting of a sequence of howling by the wild dogs that roam the campus. To be honest it is a calming noise to wake to believe it or not. After a morning cay (tea) and a tosta (grilled cheese equivalent... Read full post