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Meet Hub Jordan

Meet Hub Jordan Hubbard Jordan is a second semester sophomore in the College of Nursing from Kingston, Massachusetts. When one pictures a nurse, you really don’t come up with the image of a six-two 230 pound lacrosse player. Of course URI current slogan is “Think Big”, and Hubbard fits that description perfectly. He is one […]

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Karin Conopask – Director of Development

  Like any business, money is a key ingredient to making the University of Rhode Island work. The University is the vehicle for education and research, but money is the gasoline or perhaps electricity that makes it run. Karin Conopask is charged by the URI Foundation with helping finding the gasoline/electricity. She is the Director […]

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Registered Nurses earn bachelor’s degrees from URI

KINGSTON, R.I.– January 14, 2016– Forty-two registered nurses earned their bachelor of science degrees from the University of Rhode Island and its joint program with Care New England last month.

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Cynthia Davis Sculco ‘65: Former Scholarship Recipient Supports Future URI Nurses

Scholarships helped put Cynthia Davis Sculco ’65 through URI’s College of Nursing. She went on to earn her masters and doctorate in education from Columbia University Teachers College and embarked on a truly remarkable career.

Leadership in Nursing – URI ‘s Third Routhier Lecture

Leadership in Nursing – URI ‘s Third Routhier Lecture

The third lecture in the Routhier Lecture series was entitled:  “Leadership in today’s complex health care environment: what’s required?” It could also have been entitled just “Leadership”. What is required in being a leader in the nursing field is the same as being a leader in any other segment of society. The four speakers for […]

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Dr. Beth Mancini – A Tale of Two Sisters

How does a family cope when three teenagers lose both their parents suddenly? Terrie Rando was a freshman at the University of Rhode Island; her sister Beth a senior in high school and their brother Tom a junior in high school when their mother died from complications after heart surgery. Their father died of cardiac […]

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Dr. Anne P. Manton – Distinguished Achievement Award Winner

Dr. Anne P. Manton, PhD. RN, PMHNP-BC, FAEN, FAAN was recently honored as a 2015 University of Rhode Island Distinguished Alumni. She was nominated by Interim Dean Mary Sullivan from the College of Nursing. In the mid 1980’s, Dr. Manton was working at the MGH Institute of Health Professions as an Assistant Professor when she […]

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URI School of Nursing connects with Universitas Airlangga School of Nursing in Indonesia

Donald H. Dehayes, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs University of Rhode Island recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement between the School of Nursing and the Faculty of Nursing, University Airlangga, Indonesia. The object of this memorandum is to develop a mutually beneficial relationship between the schools. Depending on funding and mutual agreement, the […]

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Profile – Esther Emard: Routhier Executive in Residence

Esther Emard: Routhier Executive in Residence Esther Emard, MSN, RN, MSLIR holds the position of Executive in Residence at The University of Rhode Island College of Nursing. The title however doesn’t really tell you much about what she does. Interim Dean Mary Sullivan had been looking for a person to fill the Routhier Chair of […]

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College of Nursing Hosts First White Coat Ceremony

The University Of Rhode Island College Of Nursing has a new tradition with each incoming class when it welcomed the new students with a White Coat Ceremony. For more than twenty years, starting with Columbia University in 1993, White Coat ceremonies have been a rite of passage for medical students. In 2014 the Arnold P. […]

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