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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.
URI’s Rachel Bellisle has been accepted to the Harvard-MIT graduate program in Health Sciences and Technology, one of the oldest and largest biomedical engineering and physician-scientist training programs in the country. Bellisle earned numerous awards at URI, including membership in the engineering honor society Tau Beta Pi.
Ian Kanterman will graduate this spring from the French International Engineering Program, with degrees in biomedical engineering and French.
This video, produced by the University of Rhode Island, captures the excitement from the topping out ceremony for the College of Engineering’s new building. The event, which included a beam signing, celebrated the installation of the final piece of structural steel.
Students in URI’s German International Engineering Program recently had the opportunity to connect with students in the German club at Cranston East High School.
URI College of Engineering seniors Tunde Akinkuowo and ThankGod (TG) Ugochukwu were among the students who were recognized for their outstanding achievements at the University’s 21st annual Black Scholar Awards ceremony last month. Photo by Wally Akinkuowo.
University of Rhode Island officials and contractors celebrated the installation of the final piece of structural steel at the new College of Engineering building on Jan. 26.
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.