Public Relations Program
Defined by its multidisciplinary approach, students enrolled in the Public Relations Program are immersed in a captivating array of courses in preparation for today’s competitive global landscape (more)
Public Relations Summit
Described as informal and informative, students participating in the PR Summits interact with recognized leaders in the Public Relations industry here in Rhode Island (more).
Big Idea Group
At the University of Rhode Island, we "Think Big." Students participating in The Big Idea Group will gain practical experience in strategic planning, event management and other facets of Public Relations (more)
A unique feature of the Public Relations Program is the opportunity for students to participate in innovative and out-of-the-box opportunities. Public Relations students were immersed in an invaluable opportunity to study the impact of social media strategies in terms of student retention at the University. (more)
Jonnycake Center in Peace Dale, RI
It's all about building relationships.... Public Relations students will roll up their sleeves to assist this invaluable organization celebrate its 40th anniversary. Once again, we at URI “Think Big”.(more).
Innovative Courses Approved
Students will participate in an array of innovative courses to prepare them for the competitive global landscape. Click here for a detailed description of the required courses in the Public Relations Program.
A life-long learner, I embrace the opportunity to engage in meaningful learning experiences to advance my ability to lead my students in the discovery of core concepts and theories associated with public relations.
Immersed myself in the discovery of online teaching pedagogies resulting in the integration of blended and online learning tactics in course curriculum.
Participated in the Grand Challenge Initiative endorsed by the Provost to provide students with an innovative approach to gain six credits while studying two similar but different courses facilitated in a co-instructor learning environment.
Committee recommended to the College of Deans appropriate next steps to advance the effective integration of social media at the University
Embraced the opportunity to enhance my “teaching toolbox” by questioning, clarifying with the goal of improving my teaching style.
"Theoretical Analysis of the Credibility of Women in Male-Dominated Organizations." —Regina A. Bell, May, 2005