In a world where technology is rapidly evolving and expanding globally, the need for effective communication is one thing that will never change. Whether the story happened centuries ago, or it's happening right now, each generation invents ways to tell it with a fresh and distinctive point of view.
The Harrington School of Communication and Media provides a unique, interdisciplinary learning experience for our students. Across all of our programs, there is a strong emphasis on experiential learning that connects the classroom, the workplace, and the community. Our students are ready for the future because they graduate with the knowledge, skills and leadership abilities needed to be effective communicators and global citizens in a constantly changing world.
Shadow a student to see what life would be like if you attended the Harrington School of Communication and Media.
Come to an information session to learn more about what the school has to offer. Session dates for the Spring 2013 semester will be posted soon. For more information on visting URI, please see the admissions page.
Hilary Brady '12 is a student who thinks big about the future of media.
Distinguished alum Christiane Amanpour '83 thinks big about global journalism.
Assistant Professor Ian Reyes thinks big about the power of digital music and sound.