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At the URI College of Engineering, we graduate students ready to shape the world through innovation and passion. Our undergraduate and graduate programs cover the gamut of engineering. Whether you’re seeking to invent the next energy source, revolutionize medicine, develop artificial intelligence, explore the ocean, build a supercomputer or design a bridge, you’ll learn the skills here.
Our International Engineering Program combines the power of engineering, foreign language and study abroad. We invite you to explore our website and visit us to learn more about how we’re thinking big in a small, beautiful place.
The University of Rhode Island and the University of Connecticut are teaming up with the U.S. Navy to provide a new opportunity for engineering undergraduates considering careers in the Navy and undersea engineering.
The International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council Foundation recently named URI assistant professor Jie Shen this year’s winner of the Emerging Researcher Award.
Tim Pheland, who graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a bachelor’s degree in 2012 and a master’s degree in 2016 in Industrial and Systems Engineering, was named to the Society of Manufacturing Engineers’ (SME) “30 Under 30” list.
The assistant professor was recognized by the Providence Business News for the research he has conducted in the College of Engineering’s Wearable Biosensing Lab.
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URI held a ceremonial groundbreaking to launch construction of a new $125 million engineering complex.
One of most advanced engineering facilities in the country, being built at URI.
Assistant Professor Yi Zheng was featured in the spring 2017 issue of Momentum: Research & Innovation, the magazine of URI’s Division of Research and Economic Development. Read about the research he’s conducting.
A group of URI engineering students and their counterparts from an institution in Colombia, recently presented their prototypes for prosthetic arms and hands to be used by amputees in the South American nation. Each prosthetic limb will last an average of two to five years, and will be personalized to the needs of its user, both […]
We’re building a new, $125M engineering building! Watch live construction and read fun facts now!
During the construction of the new engineering building, many classrooms, labs, and faculty offices will be relocated to Morrill, Pastore, and Schneider Electric. Get more information on the move here.
Like building things that move? Check our our new Robotics Engineering Minor, open to engineering majors of any discipline.
Geoffrey Bothun, professor and chair of the chemical engineering department at URI, will join other researchers in studying chemicals that could be contaminating drinking water and posing a human health hazard.
If you enjoy engineering and the environment, this minor is for you. Study clean water, clean air, waste management, and preservation of the earth’s resources.
Hands-on learning can really bring home a lesson, especially for engineers