university of rhode island among the princeton review’s greenest colleges
The University of Rhode Island’s commitment to sustainability is once again in the spotlight as The Princeton Review has named URI among the nation’s “greenest” colleges for the eighth year in a row.
The Princeton Review’s Guide to 375 Green Colleges: 2017 Edition profiles colleges with exceptional commitments to sustainability based on their academic offerings and career preparation for students, campus policies, initiatives…
From the Island of Roatán in Central America to the archipelagos of Southeast Asia, students from the College of the Environment and Life Sciences (CELS) visited island countries across the globe during j-term…[Read more]
A University of Rhode Island scientist and colleagues at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS) are launching a new research project to examine the resiliency of coral reefs to global climate change…[Read more]
From a young age, Callie Veelenturf had no desire to be a “girly girl.” It could have been her dislike of the color pink or her strong desire to be outdoors spending her days chasing frogs…[Read more]
Those who are already thinking about – and looking forward to – the spring gardening season should consider getting a gardening motivation boost by attending the annual gardening symposium presented by…[Read more]
A University of Rhode Island scientist who studies the invasive plant Phragmites was part of an international research team that found that the most significant factor in determining whether a plant will become invasive is the size of its genome…[Read more]