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Welcome to Presidential News, where we celebrate the great things happening at RWU and recognize the ways our strong community of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and partners help us realize our mission. There are so many people working across our university to strengthen society through engaged teaching and learning, and alumni who go off to make the changes our world needs next. Read along as we continue to find ways for RWU to be part of that difference.
RWU and Narragansett Bay Estuary Program Receive $1.1 Million Federal Award to Fund Watershed Protection Projects
RWU-NBEP partnered projects enable preservation, restoration and improvement of R.I.’s waterways, estuaries and watersheds, as well as student internships to address coastal resiliency.
University to rededicate architecture school as Cummings School of Architecture, in recognition of transformative partnership and new Real Estate program
Engineering and Education majors team up for KidWind, instructing fourth graders on engineering and how to design and build their own model-scale wind turbines.
Master of Business Administration students travel to Greece to serve as crisis management consultants to four businesses as part of their international learning opportunity.
Kamille Gentles-Peart’s reparative justice scholarship aims to center and amplify the lives and experiences of Black women in postcolonial Caribbean countries.
Respected scholar of leadership excellence, Das has led development of business education programming and student engagement initiatives.
Honorees are recognized for their career success and involvement within their communities.
Robert Clarke ’14 M’16 shares his thoughts on creating a Black architectural style, his design inspirations, and why he chose to study at RWU.