Events

Thursday, September 30

Group Exercise Classes

Your favorite Campus Rec Group Exercise Instructors are working hard to keep you active this year! We have options every day, for you to try a new...

Jorge Cardenas: In Remembrance and Celebration – A Life of Community Service in Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibition September 1-30 2021

Jorge Cardenas: In Remembrance and Celebration – A Life of Community Service in Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibition September 1-30 2021. Gallery Night...

Grading for Learning: Empowering Students with Agency for Growth

Is Teaching More by Grading Less (or Differently) possible? How might Improved Grading Make Classrooms More Equitable and manageable for both our students...

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic (Moderna)

COVID-19 vaccine clinic is available on campus to all faculty, staff, and students. First and second dose is available at all clinics. Click on the link...

Free Farmer’s Market: NoURIshing your Body & Mind

Free campus Farmers Market that creates an opportunity for students to have more access & exposure to fresh produce & resources for optimizing health using...

"Tapestry" Leigh Terentino

Exhibition of oil paint on linen. Leigh's work is a re-configuration of the built landscape, seeking a present-day perspective on landscape painting...

(URI)2 Workshop: Fall 2021 Proposal Writing and Budget Preparation

This workshop will provide tips and strategies for writing an effective undergraduate research grant proposal and provide instruction on how to estimate...

URI Education Abroad: Peer Advising Sessions

Looking to get more information about study abroad or study away programs through the University of Rhode Island?! In order to get started, you should...

journaling a good self-care activity

Our well-being staff will guide you through creating tools for you to take home and add to your self-care routine! Examples include homemade body scrubs,...

Dr. Kent Blansett, "Think Indigenous: Richard Oakes and the Red Power Movement"

This event is part of the Center for the Humanities' lecture series, "Memorials and Commemoration in the U.S." All events are free and open to the public. ...

7pm
Virtual Event

Thursday, September 30