[honors colloquium] Honors Colloquium presents health care musical 'Damaged Care,' Dec. 4: Damaged Care, a musical comedy about health care in America, will come to the University of Rhode Island as part of the Honors Colloquium, which examines the politics and money influencing health care around the world.
[Dooley] President Dooley talks economic development, diversity, football with media: President David M. Dooley told members of the Rhode Island media Wednesday morning that the University and the Rhode Island Foundation share a sense of urgency about the need to rebuild the state’s economy.
[Landscape Architecture] Landscape architecture students design 9/11 memorial for Natick police and firefighters: Students in a landscape architecture class at the University of Rhode Island recently completed designs for a proposed memorial to the September 11 attacks for the Natick, Mass., fire and police departments.
Congratulations to Brandon Johnson-Farrell for being named to the 2012 New England Football Writers Division I FCS All-New England Team. A wide receiver, he led the Rams with 52 catches, 554 receiving yards, five receiving touchdowns and 777 kick return yards.
President Dooley's latest blog posting examines three events that happened last month and that "illuminate the central truth that students are the reason we exist as a university. Each captured a different moment in the life of URI, and each reaches beyond that moment."
Professor Thomas Mather appeared on National Public Radio's Morning Edition program last week, discussing the increasing risk across the country for contracting Lyme disease from being bitten by a deer tick.
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