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  • Nuala Pell Leadership Fellows Reflect on D.C.

    Saturday came and went in the blink of an eye as the Nuala Pell Leadership Fellows checked out of the hotel and boarded a plane bound for Providence. We were all mentally exhausted – I believe that in some way, shape, or form, this trip challenged all of us to re-evaluate our assumptions and conceptions about what leadership is, what it looks like, and how we can all improve our … Read More

  • Photograph of the front of the Capitol Building in Washington D.C.

    Picks of the Week: Senate’s Cybersecurity Bill is a Starting Point, not the Finish Line

    The Problems Experts and Privacy Advocates Have with the Senate’s Cybersecurity Bill | Forbes Senate Passes Cybersecurity Information Sharing Bill Despite Privacy Fear | The Washington Post Ex-NSA Chief Warns of Cyberspace Dangers | U.S. News and World Report   Last week, the bipartisan and long-anticipated Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA)—a bill designed to bring together the departments of Defense, Justice, and Homeland Security in their efforts to combat cyber crime and to … Read More

  • Pell Center Executive Director Jim Ludes interviews Senior Fellow Francesca Spidalieri during a podcast about her cybersecurity report entitled State of the States on Cybersecurity

    Podcast: State of the States on Cybersecurity with Francesca Spidalieri

    Executive Director Jim Ludes sits down with Senior Fellow Francesca Spidalieri to discuss her most recent study, “State of the States on Cybersecurity.”            

  • Pell Center Releases “State of the States on Cybersecurity” Report

    Eight States Lead the Rest in Cybersecurity Readiness New Pell Center study establishes benchmarks for state government in meeting the cyber threat Newport, R.I. — Eight U.S. states are leading the rest in cybersecurity readiness.  In a new report from the Pell Center at Salve Regina University, Senior Fellow Francesca Spidalieri reviews the efforts of state governments in California, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.  These states provide … Read More

  • Nuala Pell Leadership Fellows Explore D.C.

    On the morning of October 30, 2015, Salve Regina’s Nuala Pell Leadership Fellows returned to the Embassy of Liechtenstein to speak with Ambassador Claudia Fritsche in a more formal capacity about her personal background and concept of leadership. We were both shocked and inspired to learn that the Ambassador had not received a higher education, as it was very difficult for young women in those days to get an education. To … Read More

  • Nuala Pell Leadership Fellows Discover D.C.

    On the morning of October 29th at 6:30 a.m, 10 bright-eyed Nuala Pell Leadership Program fellows boarded a flight bound for Washington D.C. Many of us had never been to D.C., and immediately after getting off of the metro (an experience in and of itself), the uniqueness of the city was striking. Built during a time when America was struggling to develop a national identity, the awe-inspiring structures closely mirror Roman … Read More

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    Picks of the Week: The World Still Needs the United Nations

    Russian Ships Near Data Cables Are Too Close for U.S. Comfort | New York Times Intelligence Community Assessment: Global Food Security | Office of the Director of National Intelligence Angry China Shadows U.S. Warship Near Man-Made Islands | Reuters   This week, the world could have marked with great fanfare the 70th birthday of the United Nations—the world body created by the victors of the Second World War to provide … Read More

  • Forge New Pathways through Study Abroad

    Out of the mere 30% of Americans who actually have passports, half of those who travel abroad never make it beyond North America. For a country with a significant portion of the world’s wealth and vast demographic variety, these statistics are fairly unimpressive. They reveal that citizens of the United States have become so comfortable with their environment that they are afraid to leave. If Americans never experience true foreign … Read More

  • Picks of the Week: Government Struggles with Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

    How the Story of Hillary Clinton’s Emails Has Changed | The New York Times AP Exclusive: Under Clinton, State’s Cybersecurity Suffered | Associated Press Teen Who Hacked CIA Director’s Email Tells How He Did It | Wired While Hillary Clinton continues to face scrutiny for her email practices and the use of a private server during her tenure as Secretary of State, other government officials have recently had other problems … Read More

  • Pope Francis in America

    Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Philadelphia on September 27, 2015 to see Pope Francis deliver his World Meeting of Families.  Salve Regina University’s Mercy Center sent eight students and two faculty members, Dr. Anna Mae Mayer and Dr. Jayme Hennessy, into the thick of the excitement. I was lucky enough to join the pilgrimage as one of those ten. The group departed Salve Regina University at 6:00 am … Read More

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