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Career Center Blog
November 10th, 2014, by Chelsea Miceli
Recently I have developed actual fear of post-graduate life. As a senior, it’s all becoming real- and I’m questioning whether I’m ready to have responsibilities, work a 9-5 (or in public relations, 8-8), or pay bills. Yet, while all of that is going to hit hard... Read full post
LPI Community Experts
What if I told you that a single policy initiative could enrich our communities, inject a catalyst into our economy, strengthen our families, and secure our border all the while bringing *in* money for the federal government? (http://nyti.ms/N7Mk4c) You might call me crazy.... Read full post
October 8th, 2014, by ebeck722
By Megan '15 One of the most important items that I have with me at almost all times is my planner. Without it, I would truly be lost and never know what I am supposed to do or where I am supposed to be and at what time. I have used a planner during my entire time here at... Read full post
December 2nd, 2014, by dfarish
In October 2012, following months of discussion and analysis, the Roger Williams University Board of Trustees adopted an initiative called Affordable Excellence®. These two words reference a host of actions devoted either to making an RWU education more affordable to a... Read full post
Friday, September 26, 2014 Today is the first weekend I am traveling outside of London. With an early start for most of my peers we departed our Bloomsbury hostel at 8:00 am. Sitting here in my seat on the bus I wonder what York will be like. I know that we will not only be... Read full post
November 10th, 2014, by dalexander
Sara Butler, Ph.D., Professor of Art and Architectural History and University Core Professor, has recently authored an article, "Reimagining the Movement:  Beyond the Art of Negro Advancement at the Interior Building, 1937-1948,"  for the Summer 2014 issue... Read full post