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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.
Brennan Phillips, URI assistant professor of ocean engineering, led an expedition to the underwater mountains around the Galapagos Islands in 2015. Read about their unexpected discovery, which was published this week in the journal Scientific Reports. Photo by Ocean Exploration Trust/Julye Newlin.
On Jan. 26, University of Rhode Island officials and contractors celebrated the installation of the final piece of structural steel at the new College of Engineering building. From left, URI President David M. Dooley, Dimeo Construction Co. Vice President Doug Peckham, ‘88, and Dean of the College of Engineering Raymond M. Wright. Photo by Nora Lewis.
A $30,000 study, conducted by three URI engineering students and faculty members, found that composite materials may be the long-term solution for Rhode Island’s infrastructure.
The Theme Park Engineering and Design Club is a student group that meets once a week to work on designs for ride competitions at colleges and theme parks nationwide.
Chris Duhamel and Len Bradley, who serve as mentors for URI’s civil engineering senior Capstone design class, are among five URI alumni who have been promoted by DiPrete Engineering.
The URI College of Engineering’s Bliss Hall is one of more than a dozen structures on the Kingston Campus that comprise what is now recognized as a historic district by the U.S. Department of the Interior’s National Park Service.
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.