A panther has taken down the Titanic and Michael Shawver ’07 is among those responsible. The URI grad co-edited “Black Panther,” the futuristic superhero flick that has surpassed “Titanic” in earnings, making it the third-highest-grossing film in North American history.
Wilfredo Tangui will graduate in May with a long-held dream of a career in medicine within reach and a string of accomplishments to his credit—most recently, he was selected for a Fulbright award to Colombia.
It was the kind of epic beating that drives you to your knees and keeps you there. Last fall, student filmmaker Christopher Anderson was working on his film “The Scene,” when a nor’easter decimated his set: a bar he’d constructed out of plywood pallets, PVC piping, and foam walls.
Elin Torell was researching small fisheries in East Africa when she first heard about women in Tanzania exchanging their bodies for a supply of fish.
There was a time when Theo Greenblatt didn’t have much confidence in her writing. “I thought great writers were born not made, so why bother?”
Student activist Julia Hall ’19 takes every opportunity she can to educate people about women’s reproductive rights.
It’s kind of a love-hate thing with sharks for most of us. Although “Jaws” is a perennial favorite on scariest film lists and the Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” has record-breaking viewership year after year, our fondness for sharks wanes in open water.
Emely Baez was in high school in Woonsocket, R.I., when she learned about the 1990s genocide in Rwanda. A teacher spoke about the tragedy and introduced the class to a woman who had barely escaped with her life.
When George Sfinarolakis became a URI Energy Fellow at the beginning of his doctoral studies, he tackled a project to create a benchmark of the energy usage at various state and municipal buildings throughout Rhode Island.
Having a biopsy is hard enough, and waiting for results causes even more anxiety. MBA student Linden Wyatt has come up with a method to speed up biopsy results and has started a company, Optera Diagnostics, to develop it further.
As the opioid addiction epidemic continues to make headlines and take thousands of lives across the nation, a pharmacy student has been doing what she can to help combat this public health threat in her hometown of Laconia, N.H.
Assistant Professor Jie Shen, who teaches in the chemical engineering and pharmaceutical sciences departments, recently received the Emerging Researcher Award from the International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council Foundation.