The University of Rhode Island has launched a new master of oceanography degree program aimed at creating career development opportunities for those working in such industries as fisheries, environmental management, shipping, port operations, energy, military and other job sectors.
Forty-two registered nurses earned their bachelor of science degrees from the University of Rhode Island and its joint program with Care New England last month.
A graduate certificate program created by professors at the University of Rhode Island has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a model of teacher education. The Graduate Certificate in Digital Literacy was singled out by the Office of Educational Technology in the 2016 National Education Technology Plan.
Lifespan, Brown University, Care New England, University of Rhode Island, and Providence VA Medical Center forge neuroscience research agreement
Rhode Island’s most prominent research institutions engaged in brain science announced that they have entered into a formal agreement to work jointly toward helping solve some of the many mysteries of the brain. The partnership with Lifespan, Brown University, University of Rhode Island, Care New England and Providence VA Medical Center is focused on identifying […]
University of Rhode Island senior Cara Nunez was confident in her speaking abilities when she walked into the Rhode Island Business Plan Competition last week. But as a participant in the Elevator Pitch Contest, she had only 90 seconds to convince a team of judges that the device she and a group of fellow students […]