Events

Monday, February 17

Frances Whitehead Visiting Artist Public Exhibit

Frances Whitehead Visiting Artist Public Exhibit

Distinguished Visiting Artist, Frances Whitehead, will have an exhibit of her previous work available to the public from Monday 2/17 through Friday 2/28 in...

Fine Arts Center, Corridor Gallery  
Group Exercise Classes

Group Exercise Classes

Try a new exercise class on Campus Rec's Spring Session 1 (Jan 22 - Mar 7) Group Exercise Schedule! Classes include Spin, Body Pump, Yoga, Pilates, TRX...

 
Library Lobby Display: African American Civil Rights  Before and Beyond: Inspiring Insights and Stories Yes, There’s An App For That!

Library Lobby Display: African American Civil...

Known as the “Father of Black History” Dr. Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950) established Negro History week in February 1926 to recognize the many contributions...

Carothers Library, Lobby  
Lifeguard Training Course

Lifeguard Training Course 9:00am

This course teaches participants the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. The course content and activities prepare...

Tootell , Tootell Pool and Aquatic Classroom  
Providence Gallery: KUJIFUNZA Africa Teacher Foundation Exhibit, Jan 20-Feb 28 2014

Providence Gallery: KUJIFUNZA Africa Teacher... 9:00am

Reception Feb 5 has been rescheduled for Feb 26, 5:30-7:30 Event includes a film presentation and African Dance and Drumming Performance In Celebration of...

Feinstein Providence Campus, 1st and 2nd floor Lobby Gallery  
Voter Registration

Voter Registration 12:00pm

Come down to the Memorial Union to register to vote!

Women's Center, Booth 3, Memorial Union  
Black History Month: African Americans and higher education

Black History Month: African Americans and... 3:00pm

The theme of this year’s Black History Month at URI is "African American Progress in the 21st Century." Anne C. Bailey, a writer and professor of Africana...

Carothers Library, Galanti Lounge  
Debate Group

Debate Group 5:00pm

This group is for all students who are interested in learning the art of persuasion and how to formulate an argument.

Adams Hall, 111  
SHADES (Students Honoring, Advocating, and Delivering Ethnic Self-Worth)

SHADES (Students Honoring, Advocating, and... 6:00pm

SHADES is a group designed to provide a safe space to discuss the issues brought out by the unique intersection of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality.

Multicultural Center, 2nd Floor Lounge  

Monday, February 17

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