News and Updates
About 700 students at the University of Rhode Island will receive their master’s or doctoral degrees at the Graduate Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 16 at the Thomas M. Ryan Center on the Kingston campus.
The University of Rhode Island’s College of Business Administration has added a new graduate program that many students and professionals in the finance industry can count on to sharpen their skills. The program was approved by the Rhode Island Board of Education on Wednesday, April 1.
URI Research Foundation’s Polaris Manufacturing Extension Program officials to present update on R.I. manufacturing.
Barbara Silver says that research has repeatedly shown that flexible work schedules and employer support for work/life issues results in improvements in employee productivity, job satisfaction and job retention and decreases in absenteeism. It also benefits employee physical and mental health.
Ocean researchers like to say that we know less about the Earth’s seas than the moon. With less than 5 percent of the world’s oceans explored, big discoveries await. To find them, University of Rhode Island students are learning to build the next generation of autonomous underwater vehicles, or AUVs, used to map seafloors, study […]
An award-winning University of Rhode Island business professor, Kathryn Jervis, has been named interim dean of the College of Business Administration. Donald H. DeHayes, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs made the appointment and Jervis began her duties last month, succeeding Mark Higgins, who left the University in December.
Kelly K. Mahoney, who served as policy director for Clay Pell’s gubernatorial campaign, director of policy for former Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee and policy director for the Rhode Island Department of Administration, has been named executive director of external relations and communications at the University of Rhode Island, effective January 12.
Federal, State, City Officials Join Brown, URI, RIC, CV Properties and Other Leaders to Celebrate Advance of South Street Landing Project
Revitalization of former South Street Power Station to generate hundreds of new jobs and millions of dollars in economic stimulus and tax revenue.
At the University of Rhode Island’s 90-year-old College of Business Administration, some of the undergraduate students are taking to the streets with their lessons.
If you haven’t taken a ride or walked to the north edge of campus on Flagg Road, you are missing a stunning new addition to the University of Rhode Island skyline.
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