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As we continue to celebrate our 125th year, the University of Rhode Island is sponsoring Saturday evening’s full lighting of WaterFire.
The Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies celebrated their First Birthday in grand Rhody style with a celebration on the Feinstein Providence Campus on Friday, September 15, 2017
Funded through the National Science Foundation and doled out between now and March 2019, the monies will aid the state’s flashing research institution in recruiting, preparing and mentoring STEM instructors.
NBC 10 News recently interviewed Jeff Johnson of Veteran Support Services at the University of Rhode Island, Providence Campus about URI’s program to help military veterans transition to higher education. For more information, please contact Jeff Johnson at 401.277.5160 or email@example.com.
The Amgen Foundation has awarded URI’s Research Foundation with a three-year grant totaling $250,000, that will provide laboratory kits to be used in area high schools to train teachers to conduct a series of classroom biotechnology experiments. The teacher training is scheduled to be held on Saturday mornings at the URI Providence campus beginning Sept. […]
Providence, RI – The University of Rhode has named R. Anthony Rolle the new Dean of its Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies. Rolle began his new position on July 1. He comes to URI from the University of Houston, Texas, where he served as chair and professor in the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy […]
The program planning process, including delivery and evaluation, will be managed by the Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies, its Office of Strategic Initiatives in conjunction with Care New England.
Navy machinist studying biotechnology talks about her struggle to adjust to campus, what she learned and how that can help you.
Still recovering from the tsunami earthquake of 2004 that caused widespread destruction of Indonesia, one devastated city is focusing on vocational education to restore its industries with the help of two URI education professors. Drs. Theresa Deeney and Kathy Peno, education professors from URI’s Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies, traveled to […]
Dr. Edward Bozzi, a clinical professor and administrator of the biotechnology program at the University of Rhode Island Providence campus, talks about biotechnology career opportunities on Channel 10’s Business Lunch.
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