Richard E. Beaupre Center for Chemical & Forensic Sciences
140 Flagg Road Kingston, RI 02881
The newest building constructed on the University’s Kingston Campus is named in honor of 1962 URI alumnus and supporter Richard Beaupre, the founder and chief executive officer of Lincoln-based ChemArt.
Funded in large part by a $61 million bond issue approved by Rhode Island voters in the 2010 election, the 135,000-square-foot center will serve more than 7,000 chemistry students. About 40 percent of all URI degree programs require at least one chemistry class.
Forensic Science Seminar 9/29 3:30pm
Ken Zeroie of the Connecticut State Crime Laboratory, “The Crime Scene: Where Forensic Science Starts” The Forensic Science Seminar Series is offered by...
Forensic Science Seminar 10/6 3:30pm
Sean Boyce, United States Postal inspector, “The Pony Express” The Forensic Science Seminar Series is offered by the Forensic Science Partnership. Speakers...
Forensic Science Seminar 10/13 3:30pm
Dan Sendroff, U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement senior special agent, “Facial Recognition and Machine-readable Zone of Identity Documents” The...
Forensic Science Seminar 10/20 3:30pm
Robert Hathaway, retiree of the Rhode Island State Crime Lab, “Firearms and Tool Marks: The Martin Luther King Jr. Case” The Forensic Science Seminar Series...
Six Student Presentations. One Grand Prize. You Pick the Winner. The URI Think Big Tank, a fast-paced competition among undergraduate student researchers...
Forensic Science Seminar Series 9/15/2017
Faculty Senate 5/4/2017
Forensic Science Seminar 4/28/2017
Forensic Science Seminar 4/26/2017
Forensic Science Seminar 4/21/2017
Paula Santos left a positive review 4/18/2017
Fabulous. Could have gone on longer.
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