Events

Tuesday, February 25

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...

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!

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...

Providence Gallery: KUJIFUNZA Africa Teacher Foundation Exhibit, Jan 20-Feb 28 2014

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...

Copyright, Fair Use, and Education: Your Rights as a Student, Faculty Member, and Researcher

Learn how Fair Use can help you incorporate copyrighted works (written material, images, video, etc.) into your research, teaching, and academic projects....

Chinese Tea Time (Conversation Hour)

For students of Chinese and native speakers. Join us for an hour of informal conversation in Mandarin!

Economic Tradeoffs in New England Coastal Management

Economist and URI alum Robert Johnston will discuss the economic impacts of climate change decisionmaking for New England coastal communities.

Fulbright Program Workshop: Funded Opportunities to Study, Research, or Teach Abroad

Have you heard of The Fulbright Program? Join URI Fellowships in welcoming Fulbright representatives for an informative workshop about the program.All levels...

UC-BU Sophomore Transfer to CBA Presentation

Open to all Sophomores from University College who are transferring to the College of Business Adminstration

Mercury

Mercury is a discussion group about gender and sexual fluidity. Past discussions have included asexuality, polyamory, being gender-queer, and more.

SPIRIT/SingOUT

Running on alternating weeks, SPIRIT offers an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to come together and explore spirituality and social justice...

Black History Month: Spirituals

URI students will perform African American spirituals and read slave narratives.

Cher in the Spotlight

Cher in the Spotlight is a program put on by the URI LGBTQ Center where various films based on LGBTQ Issues are shown in our space and then discussed.

Tuesday, February 25