News & Announcements
Dr. Gloria Ladson Billings lecture on Hip Hop and Culturally Relevant Pedagogy is now online for viewing.
The Feinstein Leadership Scholarship Endowment will assist with tuition and related costs for students enrolled at URI’s Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies.
The FIT Fellowship provides scholarships for aspiring French dual language and immersion teachers in the U.S. to pursue specialized graduate degrees and certificate programs.
URI welcomes Professor Gloria Ladson-Billings who will be speaking about Hip Hop and Culturally Relevant Pedagogy at the 2018 Finkelstein Lecture.
Dean Rolle visited Beijing Normal University (BNU), to conduct a seminar on higher education finance and budgeting, and explore future collaborations.
Event, March 8 at 7:00pm, at the Center for Reconciliation, 271 North Main Street, Providence.
Featuring the works of local and national artists and a discussion of the exhibit.
Dean Anthony Rolle, along with several administrators from URI, visited Central Falls High School to observe students in David Upegui’s AP Biology class who were conducting lab experiments, as part of the AMGEN Biotech Experience.
Steven Pennell, Coordinator for the Urban Arts & Culture Program at URI Providence, was on GoLocal this week to talk about URI’s current exhibit, Visible Cloth, Invisible Bodies.
In their Dec. 11 Commentary piece (“R.I. intern program a success”), Daniel Egan, president of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Rhode Island, and Charles Kelley, executive director of the Rhode Island Student Loan Authority, described the “bridge.jobs” program that helps students to secure internship opportunities.
Celebrating the 15th year of its biotechnology manufacturing program, the University of Rhode Island looks back on the progress made by the initiative toward the state’s industry and the workforce it has helped build.
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