October 20, 2023 – National AcademiesContinue reading "Antarctic Research Remains Critical to National Security and Economic Interests; U.S. Investment in New Icebreaker and Other Infrastructure Is Essential, Says Report"
GSO participated in the URI Sea Symposium, which connected high school & college students with maritime careers supporting research, military and the Blue Economy.Continue reading "More than 300 attend URI’s first Sea Services Symposium"
June 15, 2023 – InverseContinue reading "UAP Reports Involve the Ocean Too, NASA Investigator Reveals"
GSO’s dean, Paula Bontempi, part of NASA team’s first public discussion and a follow-up media teleconference.Continue reading "Dean of URI’s Graduate School of Oceanography addresses public, media as part of NASA’s Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Independent Study team"
May 5, 2023 – WPRI 12Continue reading "URI adds new pier to bay campus"
April 28, 2023 – The Newport BuzzContinue reading "SEN. REED & NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION DIRECTOR VISIT URI TO MEET WITH ACADEMIC, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY LEADERS"
The URI community joined university and elected officials at the Bay Campus for a ribbon-cutting of the new pier.Continue reading "Ribbon-cutting for new pier at URI’s Narragansett Bay Campus ushers in new era"
The director of the U.S. National Science Foundation, Sethuraman Panchanathan, and Senator Jack Reed toured GSO’s Bay Campus and met with top researchers, scientists, and engineers from URI.Continue reading "URI hosts National Science Foundation director, Sen. Jack Reed for discussion on NSF research priorities, funding opportunities"
School-aged artists in Rhode Island have the chance to see their ocean-themed creations line the walls of a gallery and compete for prizes next spring.Continue reading "URI seeks student artists for Ocean View exhibition and competition"