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  • Providence Journal: Hart stresses home in storytelling forum at Salve

    From Saturday’s Providence Journal: NEWPORT — One-time presidential candidate Gary Hart spoke in Newport on Friday as part of a daylong conference on storytelling hosted by Salve Regina University in partnership with The Providence Journal. Hart was the keynote speaker at the inaugural Story in the Public Square conference hosted by the Pell Center for International Relations. He served in the U.S. Senate with Clairborne Pell, the Newport Democrat for … Read More

  • Pulitzer Prize winner Dana Priest, former Sen. Gary Hart lead celebration of Story in the Public Square

    NEWPORT, R.I. — Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Dana Priest was honored on Friday, April 12, 2013, with the inaugural Pell Center Prize for Story in the Public Square, an award recognizing a contemporary storyteller whose work has had a positive impact on public affairs. Priest, a Washington Post staff writer, received the award during the maiden Story in the Public Square conference at Salve Regina University that also featured … Read More

  • Ludes and Miller Appear on The Rhode Show to Talk Story in the Public Square

    On Monday, April 8, 2013, Pell Center Executive Director Jim Ludes and Visiting Fellow G. Wayne Miller appeared on WPRI’s “The Rhode Show” to discuss Story in the Public Square. For more information about the event or to register please click here.

  • Look! Up in the Sky! It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s an MQ-1 Predator!

    Drones and American Society Over the last decade, drones have risen in the skies over America’s wars, along our borders, and now—increasingly—across our land.  What are the implications for our civil liberties of a surveillance—and even strike—capability that is persistent and growing?  Does the President have the authority to strike U.S. citizens with a drone?  Are there ethical implications for drone warfare? Join us for a provocative lunchtime discussion. Lunch is … Read More

  • One Leader at a Time: Study Highlights Failures of American Higher Ed to Prepare Leaders for Era of Cyber Threat

      Newport, R.I. – America’s colleges and universities are failing to prepare the next generation of leaders for responsibility in an age of cyber threat.  In a new study, “One Leader at a Time: The Failure to Educate Future Leaders for an Age of Persistent Cyber Threat,”  Pell Center Fellow Francesca Spidalieri details the failing of America’s most prestigious graduate programs to prepare their graduates—and ultimately the nation—for leadership of … Read More

  • Pell Center Roundtable: Ethics in Business? Should government regulate what businesses do?

    Government regulation of business is often dismissed as a barrier to economic growth.  But others still favor regulation because of a long history of corporate abuses, criminal behavior, and exploitation.  Still, in this age of transparency and information overload, why should the government regulate free enterprise?  Is there a limit to the appropriate power of government?  Should the government have more power? Join Myra Edelstein, chair of Business Studies and … Read More

  • This week in a Nutshell: Celebrities Get Hacked as Government Puts Cybersecurity on the Spotlight

    The vulnerability of the nation’s cyber networks were made clear on Tuesday after a website claimed it had stolen the financial information of high-profile Americans, including first lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Biden, and rapper Jay-Z. The website, hosted from a “.su” URL, posted the individuals’ names, addresses, and other sensitive information including credit reports and Social Security numbers. Other targets whose information has been posted on the site include … Read More

  • Dana Priest Named Inaugural Winner of Pell Center Prize for Story in the Public Square

    NEWPORT, R.I. – Dana Priest, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning journalist for the Washington Post, has been named the inaugural winner of the Pell Center Prize for Story in the Public Square.  The prize honors a modern storyteller whose work has had a positive impact on public affairs. It will be presented at a public conference on April 12 on the campus of Salve Regina University in Newport. Priest is … Read More

  • 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

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