GSLIS alumni at center of excellence in Rhode Island schools

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GSLIS alumni at center of excellence in Rhode Island schools

21 Oct 2014

URI’s Graduate School of Library and Information Studies (GSLIS) alumni are shaping today’s learners and tomorrow’s leaders in Rhode Island’s public schools.

URI’s Visiting Artist to collaborate with students, create art for social change

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URI’s Visiting Artist to collaborate with students, create art for social change

16 Oct 2014

German artist Martin Keil’s artistic ventures seek to use art to as an agent of social change toward a more sustainable society. He will discuss his approach to art and his new collaboration with URI art, engineering and communication students in a lecture entitled “Community Investors: Artist...

Assistant Professor of Film/Media releases third feature film

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Assistant Professor of Film/Media releases third feature film

12 Oct 2014

Assistant Professor of Film/Media Ashish Avikunthak released his third feature-length film this year, Rati Chakravyuh. The film, which took three weeks to write and two days to shoot, is a 102-minute single-shot conversation between six newlywed couples and a priestess. The single, continuous...

Debate returns to the University of Rhode Island

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Debate returns to the University of Rhode Island

12 Oct 2014

The URI Debate Union is retaking its historic role providing space for students to engage with the issues that shape their lives.

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