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Reprinted from the URI Foundation’s development newsletter When Kevin Drumm ’15 went to Spain with the International Engineering Program (IEP) to study at TECNUN University of Navarra, he reported back to the program what his life was like abroad, a trip taken with help from a Demers Fellowship: “My most memorable experiences this year were: […]
Violet Graney, daughter of Angela Graney, the Assistant Director of our IEP Living and Learning Community, recently celebrated her first birthday and is now cancer-free!
In a surprise ceremony at the University of Rhode Island president’s house, the University unveiled a sign naming the International Engineering Program (IEP) House for the program’s founder, John Grandin.
International Engineering Program students were awarded fellowships named for former URI professor Beatrice S. Demers.
Before college, Jessica Damicis had never left the country. Today the 23-year-old has traveled to six countries on three continents, lived and studied in Spain, interned in Kenya, and built a wastewater treatment system in Guatemala.
Ahmed Fadl has a big mission at NASA—and a critical role in ensuring public safety during risky rocket launch operations. Fadl says it’s crucial to consider different perspectives, something he learned in URI’s International Engineering Program dual doctoral program.
Quang Le, a junior Chinese and electrical engineering student from Cranston, R.I., is one of three University of Rhode Island Chinese Flagship Program students selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
Enrolled in URI’s International Engineering Program, Alyssa Zisk ’15 spent a year abroad in China at Tianjin Normal University, taking Chinese language classes, living with Chinese roommates, and studying engineering in Chinese.
French IEP Director Dr. Lars Erickson and student Ian Kanterman, participants in the “Je Suis Charlie” March in Paris, France, joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Tuesday, February 17, 2015.
French IEP director Lars Erickson and students on the French J-Term course in Paris experienced history in the making when they participated in a march following the massacre at the Paris satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo.
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