Events

Friday, February 15

Ernest Silva: Works from URI Collections

The Department of Art and Art History at the University of Rhode Island is pleased to exhibit the art of one of our alumni, Ernie Silva. January 23 -...

Nominations Open

Fourteenth Annual Distinguished Achievement Awards The Distinguished Achievement Awards honor alumni, corporations, and friends who personify URI's...

SURF Student Applications DUE

For undergraduates wishing to participate in the 2019 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program, please submit your applications by Feb. 15, 2019

URI Providence Campus Urban Arts and Culture Program

The Exhibit: CIVIL RIGHTS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS: Icons of the Civil Rights Movement by Pamela Chatterton Purdy & A Blacker Landscape by Jordan Seaberry January...

Physical Oceanography Seminar: Dr. Michael Spall

Join us for a seminar from Dr. Michael Spall, Senior Scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Title: A simple model for the Transpolar Drift...

Yo Nuweekun "We Dwell Here"

"Yo Nuweekan, We Dwell Here" represents Indigenous history, culture and present day lifeways through artistic representations both traditional and...

Yo Nuweekun We Dwell Here

Represents Indigenous history, culture and present day lifeways through artistic representations both traditional and contemporary. We are the land. Our...

Omega Epsilon Networking and Career Fair

Each year, URI's ocean engineering honor society, Omega Epsilon, hosts a professional networking and career fair for students to meet with companies and...

R for Social Sciences

R and its libraries implement a wide variety of statistical and graphical techniques, modeling, classical statistical tests, time-series analysis,...

PADDLEBOARD YOGA

Take your Yoga practice to the POOL! Practice on a paddleboard to connect mind and body while improving balance and core strength . Sign up on...

BES Seminar: “Effects of Extreme Climate on an Antarctic Seabird  Life History”

Dr. Stephanie Jenouvrier Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

La Causerie, French Conversation Hour

The French Department has "La Causerie" (coffee hour) every Fridays at 3pm at the IEP Lounge. It's free and all levels of French are welcome.

Forensic Science Seminar: Arson Fire Investigations

Deputy State Fire Marshals at the Rhode Island Office of the State Fire Marshal, James Given and Paul Manning, “Arson Fire Investigations”

Thirsty Thursday

WHAT: FREE Smoothies FREE Nutritional information WHEN: 2/15 4:30PM - 6PM WHERE: Anna Fascitelli Fitness and Wellness WHY: To provide...

Friday, February 15