Resident advisors share horror stories

If you have lived in a dorm at all during your college career, you probably know both how great and how horrible it can be to live with other students.  For the residence advisors...

“Winternships” J Term course offers career exploration

  During the 2016 J Term at the University of Rhode Island, the Center for Career and Experiential Education offered a truly unique opportunity to a small group of students. That opportunity was ITR 300,...

Talent development alumna forms nonprofit to help disadvantaged men

Former University of Rhode Island Talent Development alumna, Rhonda Price, started a nonprofit called Man Up, Inc. where she helps men of color and men from disadvantaged backgrounds find their place in the workforce....

University welcomes new director of Jewish student life

Photo courtesy of Hillel. The University of Rhode Island’s Hillel Center welcomed their new Jewish Student Life director Michael Schreiber on Nov. 12 right in time to begin planning for holiday celebrations. This time of...

AI Lab Educates Community with Open Robot Time

Dan Brogan demonstrates one of the robots in the AI Lab that opened last semester. Photo by James McIntosh. Dan Brogan, a junior mechanical engineering student and technology assistant...

Local digital marketing firm searches for innovative students

Trend Pie, a Narragansett digital marketing company, is looking for University of Rhode Island students to intern and take part in an innovative field. Trend Pie uses influencer marketing to promote mobile apps primarily...

URI to spearhead the Mission of Artificial Intelligence

Photo by Sarah Vinci | The new university artificial intelligence lab is the first of its kind to be located in a college library. On Tuesday, Sep. 25, the University of Rhode Island will host...

Police Profile: meet Captain Carey

  The longest-standing member of the University of Rhode Island’s police department has had many experiences with the community that have made him grow as a person and in his career. Since he started working for...

“ONCAMPUS” helps URI international students

At the University of Rhode Island, the "ONCAMPUS" Rhode Island program is a language support program for first-year international students that gives them opportunities to learn more about American culture. According to Program Director...

Psychology professor presents a unique class, rare Hamilton project

Doctor Marguerite Capone is introducing a new idea to her PSY 235 course on Theories of Personalities, incorporating a special project to go along with her typical psychology exams. This project is for her...

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