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Harrington School Forum (Professor Emerita Agnes Doody)

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Harrington School Forum (Professor Emerita Agnes Doody)

24 Feb 2015 | by Adam Roth

“You’ve Come A Long way, Baby!”  Tuesday, February 24, 4-5 p.m. at the Alumni Center, reception to follow   A presentation about the changes in the lives of career women, based on Professor Agnes Doody’s own experiences at URI, starting when she joined the faculty in 1958. Professor Doody commands strong interpersonal communication competences. She […]

Welcoming Our Newest Visiting Scholar

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Welcoming Our Newest Visiting Scholar

24 Jan 2015 | by Adam Roth

BY NICHOLE SARKIS Harrington School Undergraduate Staff Writer            The Harrington School is pleased to announce that Hongxia Zhang, a visiting scholar from Zhejiang, China, will be here in New England for six months collaborating with Harrington School faculty on projects related to intercultural communication and Traditional Chinese Medicine.     […]

A Journey to Afghanistan: The Real World Experiences Of URI and Afghan Students

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A Journey to Afghanistan: The Real World Experiences Of URI and Afghan Students

16 Dec 2014 | by WebsiteManager

A Journey to Afghanistan: The Real World Experiences Of URI and Afghan Students ~Students showcase their work~ FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC December 16th @Memorial Union Ballroom 4:00pm – 6:00pm Hear the Stories of the URI UnClassroom: Students & Afghan Women Light Refreshments Small business ventures Afghan Tea Presentation Handmade Afghan Gifts Music & More Sponsored by The Harrington School of Communication […]

GSLIS Professor ‘leads the way’ in library way-finding research

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GSLIS Professor ‘leads the way’ in library way-finding research

2 Dec 2014 | by WebsiteManager

Lauren Mandel, Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies in the Harrington School, is leading the way in making public libraries easier to use for everyone. Her current research on way-finding in libraries (how people orient and navigate in space) could help people find information faster and easier, reducing the “library […]