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  • Contest in Storytelling Open to College Students

    Contest in Storytelling Open to College Students $1,000 Grand Prize Two $250 Honorable Mentions Storytelling is an ancient element of public affairs. As part of its initiative Story in the Public Square, the Pell Center at Salve Regina University and The Providence Journal challenge undergraduate college students to write a story that could inspire public action around an issue you consider important to military veterans and submit it to the … Read More

  • Pell Center Debuts New Website

    Newport–The Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy at Salve Regina University relaunched its official website, www.salve.edu/pellcenter, today, Monday, March 4, 2013. The redesigned site features the latest news and events from the Pell Center, an expanded roster of fellows, and social media links for the Pell Center’s Facebook, Twitter and blog to increase opportunities for public interaction. “The new site reflects important developments at the Pell Center, including … Read More

  • Pell Center Welcomes Kathleen Shannon as Visiting Fellow

    The Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy at Salve Regina University is pleased to welcome collaboration facilitator and strategist Kathleen Shannon as a visiting fellow in residence at the Pell Center this Spring. The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities (RICH) and the Van Beuren Charitable Foundation are supporting Ms. Shannon’s work to explore a framework for collaboration among Newport cultural institutions, with a particular focus on Colonial Era … Read More

  • Pell Center Adjunct Fellow Writes on “Sequestration” in Virginia

    Jonathan Morgenstein, founder and CEO of Empowerment Solar, and an adjunct fellow at the Pell Center, published an article in The Roanoke Times discussing how sequestration would cause a major rupture in Virginia’s economy. The article, titled “Sequestration Will Devastate Virginia’s Economy,” argues that the state “needs non-ideological, pragmatic representatives, guarding their constituents’ interests.” In the article, Morgenstein cites an insightful statistic from George Mason University to fully illustrate the … Read More

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