Events

Monday, February 3

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...

URI SXSW Pre-Departure Orientation

Mandatory pre-departure orientation for participants of the URI Spring Term Faculty-Led Education Program at SXSW in Austin, TX.

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...

Study Abroad with AIFS

Learn about the semester and summer study abroad options available around the work with AIFS, a URI affiliated program.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Week: "Martin Luther King and the March on Washington"

28th Annual Celebration of URI Martin Luther King, Jr. Week, Feb. 3-8, 2014. “Living the Legacy: Being an Instrument of Social Change” Facilitated by Dr....

Debate Group

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

URI Nepal Information Session

Mandatory information session for participants of the URI Spring Term Faculty-Led Education Abroad Program in Nepal.

Where the Wild Quahogs Are: Looking at Quahog Larval Supply and Distribution in the Upper Narragansett Bay

Come learn about the recent research effort to investigate quahog population dynamics in Narragansett Bay. It has been speculated that Rhode Island Shellfish...

Black History Month: African Americans and economic development

The theme of this year’s Black History Month at URI is "African American Progress in the 21st Century." Earl “Butch’’ Graves Jr., chief executive officer...

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

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.

Monday, February 3