URI celebrates the dawn of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development with its 58th annual Honors Colloquium.
As the fall semester begins, President Parlange shares some of his priorities and extends good wishes to all members of the URI community.
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The University's 150 RAs have been on campus for two weeks preparing for the arrival of first-year students.
When Allie Reilly joined the URI rowing team as a novice, she had two mentors who introduced her to the sport.
Brianna MacDonald '21 is one of only four female graduates of URI's computer engineering program this year.
Marc Parlange is a big thinker with a global view, a scientist and scholar, and a distinguished leader with a firm belief in the power of collaboration.
Whatever their next steps, the recipients of URI's 2021 Black Scholar Awards have already established themselves as leaders.
With this year’s hurricane season predicted to be a busy one, Issac Ginis, URI professor of oceanography, is paying close attention to the weather.
The Fascitelli Center for Advanced Engineering features 70,550 square feet of glass. This summer, four new sculptures will add to that tally.
Take a look at what caught the attention of URI's 2021 Research Photo Contest winners and the stories their photos tell.
Fulbright scholar Meg Jones is headed to Finland to research global approaches to LGBTQ+ inclusion in teacher preparation programs.
Michael Hamilton '11, MBA '12 has been sketching courses since the age of three. An alum of URI's golf team, he continues to play competitively.
Jessica Weidemann ’22 hopes to work at a zoo or aquarium when she graduates, so she enrolled in an advanced animal behavior class
A professor and her graduate student—each the recipient of a Fulbright Award—will travel to Iceland and South Korea, respectively.
The University of Rhode Island extends its heartfelt congratulations to graduates of the Class of 2021.
"Poetry has gotten us through wars, pandemics, and our own personal grievances in a way that nothing else can," says poet Briana Gagnon '20.
“For me, real time, hands-on learning is where I do best, so I learn a ton from all of these opportunities,” says ocean engineering major Faith Leonard.