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Provost Adam Bush tells the Chronicle of Higher Education how the degree program for adult learners came to feature student-driven projects, roles for peers and practitioners, and dinner-seminars with child care.
College Unbound is accepting applications from Aquidneck Island (RI) residents for $5,000 two-year scholarships. Interested in learning about the Fall 2018 Newport County cohorts? Contact us and attend an open house.
The CU Solo student tells us how he plans to use comic books to promote literacy.
This CU Solo student is collaborating on a zine for girls who have experienced sexual violence.