A Special Edition
The coronavirus pandemic has changed life for all of us. We invited our alumni to share how their lives have changed and how they’re adapting.
- From the Editor - The power of reading as a treatment for life's troubles and challenges
- Is Your Garden Ready for Spring? - URI Cooperative Extension helps you get your garden ready for spring.
- What’s In Your Wallet? - Personal finance tips you can use now.
- Science You Can Understand - How to improve your science literacy—tips from Nancy Karraker of URI’s SciWrite program.
- You Can Quote Me - Memorable quotes from researchers, alumni, and friends in the URI community.
- Git Along, Li’l Urchins - Sea urchin ranching? Sea urchins could be the next big thing in Rhode Island seafood.
- The Art of Teaching Active History - History professor Rae Ferguson teaches her students to listen and to follow their curiosity.
- Feedback - Letters from our readers about the namesake for our William C. O’Neill Bike Path and more
- A New Home—On the Mound - How Rams centerfielder Tyler Brosius ’20 found success on the pitcher’s mound.
One of the challenges the University has had–the College of Business included–is we are trying to train students for jobs that don’t exist today. We want to make sure they have an education that will allow them to transition and be flexible and adaptable to new jobs that are going to come on the scene.Al Verrecchia ‘67, M.B.A. ‘72, Hon. ‘04, former chairman and CEO of Hasbro, Inc. on his $15 million gift to URI's College of Business
The Boston Globe
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Taking to the water is a deeply substantial part of our collective histories and modern existence. It embodies all of the challenges, dangers, triumphs, and absurdities that come with the territory.Mea Duke '14