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Honeybee drone pupae uncapped in the hive.

Honeybee drone pupae uncapped to extract parasitic mites that threaten bee colonies, a research project of the URI Graduate School’s Biological and Environmental Sciences program.

Photo by Casey Johnson ’19.

A student with video equipment films a basketball game.

Whether you see yourself in the world of multimedia journalism, corporate public relations, film production, or digital communications, you’ll find URI is the place to hone the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to get there.

Photo by Nora Lewis.

A researcher looks at molecules on a computer screen in a lab.

Undergraduates interested in hands-on biomedical research receive the expert guidance and experience they need through URI’s Idea Network of Biomedical Research Excellence.

Photo by Nora Lewis.

Researchers in scuba gear walk out into the ocean to begin a dive.

URI provides students with myriad opportunities to work with, in, and on the ocean and to choose what aspect of it they’ll study: marine life, conservation, ocean engineering, and exploration.

Photo by Nora Lewis.

Three actors in costumes and makeup pose on a theatre set.

URI is the only Rhode Island school, public or private, to offer a Theatre B.F.A., whose hands-on studio coursework gives students a competitive edge in the marketplace.

Photo by Randy Osga.

An engineering student inspects a spherical robot.

URI engineering students can go where their interests take them: conducting research, making art, or building drones in our Intelligent Control and Robotics Lab.

Photo by Nora Lewis.

Arial view of campus

Since 1892, URI has empowered students in pursuit of their big ideas.

Now is your time.