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BRISTOL, R.I. – Friends and families reunited at the 4th Annual Alumni Weekend over golfing, lobster and a glimpse of the work of faculty and students taking place around Roger Williams University.
Highlights of the weekend, held on campus from June 6 to June 8, included the Ray Cordeiro Alumni Golf Classic, a casino night and lobster clambake, a Mount Hope Bay tour on the Rum Runner II, the SAAHP Women’s Leadership Network, and much more.
The annual Alumni Association awards ceremony honored the following distinguished alumni:
Contessa Brown ’06, ’13M, Young Alumni Achievement Award
Ashley Gingerella O’Shea ’ 07, Alumni Service Award
Peter Kilmartin ’88, ’98L, Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award
BRISTOL, R.I. – While just about every undergrad vacated campus for summer break following final exams, the sailing team is swarming the waterfront like one-winged moths to a liquid flame – and the Hawks have one final test.
Following a historic victory in April’s qualifying event, the Roger Williams team is heading to nationals in the 55th ICSA APS Team Race Nationals Championship – a grueling two-day round robin-style regatta featuring the top 15 teams in the country – at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, from May 31 to June 2.