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Check out the new video about the Harrington School of Communication and Media, created by URI alum Dan Riordan's Gnarly Bay Productions:
URI Theatre 2013/2014 Season:
by Annie Weisman
"How The Other Half Lives"
by Alan Ayckbourn
"Crimes of the Heart"
by Beth Henley
by Fred Ebb & Bob Fosse
For more information click Here
For a copy of the Season Flyer click Here
Audition information for "Chicago" and "Crimes of the Heart" Here
ATTENTION: College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduates!!
Up to $3,000 in scholarships, available through
The Paul H. Conway Memorial
Scholarship Essay Competition
Deadline: Thursday, October 17, 4 p.m.
The newest exhibit in the Fine Arts Center showcases graffiti art, some of which was painted right on the gallery walls.
Application Deadline is January 31, 2013
2012 Heiskell Award Winner
Internationalizing the Campus
University of Rhode Island: Study Abroad
URI Professors Bose and Lucht are collaborating to produce lithium-ion cells that can help electric vehicles drive longer.
URI/Lehigh study shows medication improves performance in college students with ADHD. Read more
SmartMoney magazine ranks URI #1 in New England and 13th in nation for return on investment. Read more