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URI names director of new Center for Career and Experiential Education

The University of Rhode Island has appointed Ashaway, R.I. resident Kimberly Washor the first director of URI’s new Center for Career and Experiential Learning.

Washor now heads a center that for the first time integrates the missions of the previous Office of Experiential Learning and Community Engagement with the Office of Career Services and Employer Relations. The center will provide leadership in all aspects of career and experiential education, including support for faculty, students, alumni, and employers. It will also foster state, public and private industry partnerships related to employment, internships, and career development.

Jayne Richmond, dean of URI's…


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