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URI’s International Engineering Program offers engineering students an edge in the international job market. Photo by James McIntosh.  URI’s International Engineering Program The University of Rhode Island’s International Engineering Program (IEP) offers a unique experience for students to earn two degrees...
Hello to all of the lovely humans bursting with love and adoration for periwinkles and seahorses! I hope you have all had a most blessed week and are ready to get into the move-and-groove of reading my slightly manic and chaotic statements. Speaking of...
Emily DiPaola, a junior URI student, shows off her various tattoos. Photos by James McIntosh.  Emily DiPaola, a third year student at The University of Rhode Island, is a stick and poke pro, seeing no end in sight for future tattoos. 
The University of Rhode Island is currently designing and developing a new integrated health, wellness and counseling center in hopes of serving the University of Rhode Island’s student body with physical and mental health services and education. Vice President of Student Affairs Kathy Collins...
URI’s Active Learning Classrooms are providing students with a more interactive academic experience. Photo by Autumn Walter.  Professors at the University of Rhode Island are beginning to see the positive effects of active learning classrooms (ALCs), which promote collaborative work, technological engagement and increased...
Deteriorating Fine Arts Center begins renovations. Photo by James Singer. The University of Rhode Island’s Fine Arts Center is undergoing renovations that administrators hope will lead to increased enthusiasm towards the arts and a better learning environment for students and staff. 
Good day to all of the delightful drops of sweet honey bee charmers who are reading these words! I am so excited to welcome you all back to my column, where I impose insightful ideas into your brains and hopefully get some neurons bumping around inside that...
URI Political Science Professor Dr. Ashlea Rundlett shows off her tattoos. Photo by James McIntosh. Dr. Ashlea Rundlett, a professor of political science at the University of Rhode Island, embraces her three tattoos, trusting her decision to get them and holding them dear to...
Professor Michael David teaching his Ethics in Criminal Justice course. Photo by James McIntosh.  A new lecturer in the University of Rhode Island’s Criminology & Criminal Justice (CCJ) Program is dedicated to developing ethical knowledge and experience to challenge common thought processes.
Hello my beautiful honeysuckle darlings. I hope your semesters began with an abundance of good fortune and your skin is soaking in all of the delicious omega-3 fatty acids you are hopefully all eating or taking a supplement of. Spring semester always offers a...