URI has become a unique training ground for students immersing themselves in language and culture and tackling some of the world’s toughest problems.
- From the Editor - Editor-in-Chief Barbara Caron writes about learning to surf, the power and pull of the sea, and the stories this inspires.
- I Just Found a Tick. Now What? - It’s summertime. You’ve spent some time outside. Now there’s a tick on your arm. Expert advice on what to do.
- Embracing the Limits of Objectivity - Science is objective and neutral, right? Maybe not, says Sunshine Menezes.
= WHY I TEACH =
- Heavy Lifting - Bintou Marong ’15, whose honors thesis looked at women powerlifters, has her sights set on working in sports medicine.
- Obsessed with Game of Thrones? - One URI professor capitalizes on the show's popularity to help her students understand Europe in the Middle Ages.
- Lotte Black Places Fourth in Nation - Her performance in the 1500-meter final at the NCAA Track and Field Championships earned the best-ever finish by a URI woman athlete.
Browse the winning photos from the 2019 URI Research and Scholarship Photo Contest.
= CAPTION THIS =
Do you have a funny idea for a caption for this photo (left) from the URI Archives?