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.
- Eat Like a Fish - Learning to eat what the ocean provides can help sustain wild fish species.
- In the Swing - URI Women's Rowing won its third conference title in four years and competed at the NCAA Championship for the second straight spring.
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?