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About the College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts & Sciences is URI's largest College, with 4,400 students in 43 undergraduate and 15 graduate programs. Our focus is on a vibrant liberal arts core, which we teach within a research university setting. The administrative home of the College is Chafee Hall; our eight-story building is URI's tallest.

Attention undergraduate students! Up to $3,000 is available through the Paul H. Conway Memorial Scholarship Essay Competition. See more info here.

 

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Check out the video about the Harrington School of Communication and Media, created by URI alum Dan Riordan's Gnarly Bay Productions:


URI Theatre 2014/2015 Season:

"Seminar

by Theresa Rebeck

"Avenue Q

by Jeff Whitty

"All My Sons

by Arthur Miller

"As You Like It"

by William Shakespeare

For more information click Here

For a copy of the Season Flyer click Here

Audition information for "Seminar" and "Avenue Q" Here


 

Using a 50-year-old technology that’s been reinvented as an archaeological tool, Kate Johnson ’06 digs up the lost farms of New England

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Big Thinkers in the College of Arts and Sciences:


 

2014 graduate Sylvia Bogusz

Major: Communication studies, Italian

Look at Sylvia Bogusz’s resume, and you might think—just another college over-achiever. Think again. Nowhere does she list her triumphs over near-fatal injuries she suffered when a drunken driver hit her in 2007, nor does she let that define her. Read more


Former URI Soccer player participating in the 2014 World Cup for the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team

Geoff Cameron

If former Rhody soccer player Geoff Cameron’s big idea was to play in the World Cup, then he’s going to need a new big idea. That’s because he is now on the U.S. men’s national team roster for the 2014 World Cup this summer in Brazil, and he’s already competed with the team in a win against Ghana and a tied match with Portugal in the competition’s opening round. Read more


Click here for the College of Arts & Sciences New Archive