The University of Rhode Island extends heartfelt congratulations to all graduates of the Class of 2022.
A new exhibit in the Quinn Hall Textile Gallery asks the question, “What’s in a [Designer’s] Name? An Investigation of Twentieth-Century Fashion Labels.”
Illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing costs the global economy $10 to $23.5 billion annually and is the number one maritime security threat facing the United States.
Sarah Brown, an assistant professor of computer science, is examining how to prevent artificial intelligence from reinforcing biases.
KANU, the app developed by Ben Grossman '21 and Andrew Bikash '20 to encourage student entrepreneurship, is now a nationally-recognized, growing business.
A new multidisciplinary course illuminates historical inequities about the land on which the Kingston campus sits.
In preparing for nine months’ study in Prešov, Slovakia, Fulbright scholar Jay Rumas ’21 anticipated certain challenges. War was not on his mind.
Douglass Reed, assistant professor of philosophy and creator of the popular course "Philosophy 110G: Love and Sex," is thinking about breakups.
An entrepreneur since middle school—he ran a pop-up candy store out of his backpack—Erik Robles '22 wasn't looking for URI to provide him with a career path. He wanted to tackle life's big questions.
Tyrone Thomas '22 first learned the rules of polite conversation as a child at the dinner table.
Now in its second year, URI's music therapy program has 12 students, and interest continues to grow.
As a first-year student, Audrey Visscher knew she wanted to try on as many hats in theatre as possible. Now a senior, Visscher has done exactly that.
(Re)discover some of our favorite homepage features from the year.
Rachel Bellisle '18 struggles for the right words to describe the feeling of weightlessness. On a plane. In free fall. Intentionally.
Biomedical engineering major and student mentor Raquel Lopes ’23 wants first-year students to understand this about college: It’s going to be okay. Really.
Senior Dario Castillo spent the last five months conducting research on sharks and stingrays as a National Geographic STEM field assistant.
To those who made it happen, URI's Free Farmers' Market was a model of collaboration, an example of good karma, and a labor of love.
Few of us put much thought into the dirt beneath our feet. But for URI students fascinated with soil science, it often results in national recognition.