The University of Rhode Island, through the Business Engagement Center, will sign a partnership intermediary agreement with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC).
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Jennifer Bairam, a junior in the University of Rhode Island’s Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (BSPS) program, had been eager to get real-world exposure to potential career paths in the pharmaceutical industry.
Citing their shared vision to improve population health, the University of Rhode Island and South County Health, a nonprofit health care provider based in South Kingstown, have signed a memorandum of understanding to enhance education for health professionals and advance the well-being of local communities.
University of Rhode Island engineering students will travel to Colombia this summer to help some people drive a car or eat a meal with both hands.
URI’s newest college, the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies (ASF CEPS), is the first of its kind to offer a two-campus, interconnected approach to undergraduate, graduate and continuing education for traditional and adult students.
Thrive URI, a student-run organization that helps others create projects that make a positive difference, will hold its first ChangeFest Saturday, Feb. 25 on the Kingston campus. The organization promises a day of collaboration, problem solving and friendly competition.
Anthony Markey of Providence got a big boost after taking third place at the Rhode Island Business Plan Elevator Pitch Contest in late November. There he pitched his online college textbook re-selling business – Libby. But that success was just the beginning.
URI, Schneider Electric partner for temporary laboratory, classroom space during construction of new engineering center
Several University of Rhode Island engineering programs will temporarily relocate to space leased at the West Kingston offices of Schneider Electric during construction of a new engineering building on URI’s Kingston campus.
Two versions of the Ultimate Driving Machine came to the University of Rhode Island last week, which prompted several engineering students to think about landing the ultimate internship or job with the German automaker.