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Fusco, Jane E.
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Study abroad program still popular despite world events / Fusco, Jane -- Where are they now...? -- The Way We Were... -- Focus on Faculty and Staff -- Human Rights dinner Dec. 10 -- Open Forum on Children's Center Project -- The first annual Robert M. Young Memorial Scholarship -- Retirement beckons to Jim Rubovits after 30 years in front of the class / LaTour, George -- Foundation News / Brown, Marguerite M. -- RIC scholarship honors fire victims Deborah Griffin/family -- Record-breaking phonathon collects pledges of $117,000 / Hoogasian, Nancy -- Alumna Emily Harrington tells her entrepreneurial success story / Weaver-Paquette, Ellen -- RIC's MPAc program off to good start / Filipek, David -- Fidelity Investments welcomes leaders in higher education / Jensen, Holly -- Let's do lunch! / Rowley, Gordon E. -- On-line services now available to students and faculty -- Records office introduces new feature to college website -- From the athletic director's desk / Tenchor, Donald E. -- Gail Davis to retire on Dec. 29 / Gibbons, Scott -- RIC Symphony to feature international soloist Eric Ruske -- World-class trombonist George Masso to perform in Chamber Music Series -- RIC Wind Ensemble records live CD of Blue Shades concert -- Music Happenings / Markward, Edward
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Rhode Island College; What's News; Mark Motte; international study program; Gary DiPadua; Karen S. Castagno; Chris Teixeira; Rebecca Sparks; Dave Abrahamson; Robert M. Young Memorial Scholarship; Scott Baum; James J. Rubovits; Deborah Griffin; Deborah Griffin Family Memorial Scholarship; Phonathon; Take-a-Professor-to-Lunch Program; student on-line services; Gail Davis; Women's Intercollegiate Athletics; Eric Rusk; George Masso; Rob Franzblau; Elizabeth Henshaw;
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