While the pandemic has dropped the curtain on theater productions, the URI Theatre Department has come up with a creative alternative.
URI's Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's Program enables students to earn both their bachelor's and master's degree in five years.
Veterans know all about being part of something bigger than themselves. They understand community and the necessity of connection.
A one-credit seminar for first-year and transfer students, URI 101 functions as both a welcome and a primer for all things URI.
Despite their cartoon reputation, coyotes may be our most controversial local creatures. But what do we know about them?
Students in the Pharmacognosy Club, a natural products research club, recently made witch hazel hydrosol, a solution of water and witch hazel.
URI College of Pharmacy students, faculty, and staff enjoyed yoga on the College's green on a recent fall afternoon.
For civil engineering major Natalie Wilcox, the summer of 2020 turned out to be more productive than she could have imagined.
URI faculty, staff, and students are celebrating civic engagement—an example, URI VOTES' Beats and Eats recent voter-registration event.
It sounds like science fiction: Creatures that survived in a dormant state for 100 million years are re-animated, hungry, and ready for love.
URI's 2020 Honors Colloquium, “Challenging Expectations: Disability in the 21st Century," features lectures, Tuesdays at 7 p.m., Sept. 22-Dec. 1.
After landing a summer internship last November, Ryan Barker '22 worried it could be canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The student-initiated Diversity Dialogues workshop series addresses issues of bias, microaggressions, and social identity.
Beaching, biking, and s’mores on the Quad from a safe social distance: It’s how URI says hello. Take a look at event schedule.
The big winner of the University of Rhode Island's third-annual Research and Scholarship Photo Contest? Aquatic life.
Creating a 24/7 learning environment has been a University priority for a decade. The arrival of COVID-19 only accelerated our pace.
When tiny diamondback terrapin hatchlings emerge from their nests in August and September, no one really knows where they go.
We asked faculty, students, alumni, and staff to share how they are guided by the First Amendment in their work and their lives.