Narragansett Bay is more than a body of water. It’s a cultural touchstone for the state’s residents. A recreational and economic asset. A thing of beauty.
URI’s Graduate School of Oceanography is a premier research institution with a reputation for leadership in discovering the secrets of the world’s oceans.
It’s days before the October 11 premiere of URI Theatre’s “Women and War,” and the actors are revved up.
Nervous. Sad. Anxious. Excited.
It’s the stuff social media dreams are made of — beautiful, young, nomadic couple, living in a van with their dogs, desert vistas in the background.
URI’s 2018 Honors Colloquium, “Reimagining Gender: Voices, Power, Action,” runs Sept. 25-Dec. 4, and features lectures, art exhibits, a theater production, and a film series.
To anticipate the needs of future female explorers, Professor Karl Aspelund and his student design team have taken a cue from the 16th century.
Hurricane models being developed at GSO will make forecasting hurricanes in New England more precise and offer real-time updates.
The average young adult needs nearly nine hours of sleep per night to ensure well-being. The average college student gets six-and-a-half.
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.
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.
Advice to first-year students from their RAs: Don't be afraid to lean on someone for help. Get involved. Reach out. Say hi to the person next to you.
Roommates might become your best friends. Or not. They may have everything in common with you. Or nothing at all.
Taylor Ross '18 credits soccer with everything. "It's given me my business. It's taught me teamwork and accountability and balance."
Want better grades? Experts say, ditch the phone.
Juniper berries always fascinated Charlie Scott, mistaking them for food as a child. “I learned the hard way that they weren’t."
Not so long ago a woman’s preference for pants over a skirt was viewed as a political act—and we're not just talking about the suffragettes.
Engaging in the larger world is part of the URI experience, and these journeys give those who travel for study or research new ways to see the world.