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Partnership with Indonesian government strengthens URI's global vision

The University of Rhode Island and Indonesia have teamed up to bring government professionals from the Southeast Asian country to study fisheries management and marine-related fields on campus starting next fall.

The partnership, signed Oct. 25, is another step toward transforming the University into an international campus – a goal of URI President David M. Dooley and Provost Donald H. DeHayes. The pact is also a testament to URI’s world-class faculty in sustainable fisheries and marine affairs.

"We are thrilled that Indonesian professionals from the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries will soon be studying at URI,'' says…


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