If you study animal science, there are a lot of benefits. It’s a close-knit major. You get to know your professors well, and the classes are small.
With regular data breaches and new cyber threats emerging daily across the globe, we must be aware of cybersecurity and what we can do.
The 190,000-square-foot, six-story Fascitelli Center for Advanced Engineering opened on Oct. 7, transforming engineering at URI.
URI's Andrew Burnap '13 is reprising his role in the award-winning, U.K. hit “The Inheritance.” The play is now in previews on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theater. Its official opening is Nov. 17.
“Showtime,” shot while Antoine was still at URI, took the 2019 Hip Hop Film Festival’s “Best of the Fest—New Jack Winner,” given to first-time directors.
Record-setting gift to URI will advance neuroscience research, create scholarships, and assist in construction of basketball training facility.
In its 2019 Honors Colloquium, URI addresses the contributions and complexities of faith and spirituality and its influence on public life today.
"The Leadership Institute is what got me excited about URI and made me feel like I was home. It's a great way to come together and meet new people."
Good writing takes time, and it’s always a challenge. That’s true whether you are writing an essay, a research paper, or a poem.
Here's a tip from Douglas Gobeille, a lecturer in URI’s Department of Physics, who tells his students the best way to approach a textbook
Welcome to URI! We're glad you're here. Being a new student is always exciting and sometimes overwhelming, so here's a brief guide to help you get started.
Roommates might become your best friends. Or not. They may have everything in common with you. Or nothing at all.
"I want first-years to know they got into URI because they are capable. They are here because they are meant to be here."
Enjoy meditating by moonlight? Or is cleaning up the environment at a full sprint more your speed? Perhaps you like a dose of fun with your workout?
There are more than 150 student clubs and organizations at URI dedicated to everything from alpine racing and anime to sustainability and slam poetry.
Julie Phin is one of hundreds of undergrads who gain useful hands-on experience every year conducting research at URI.
A little fish is making big news for its ability to school in the absence of natural light.
Things are looking good. When the school year begins in September, you’ll see what big thinking and $286 million in construction projects can produce.