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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 […]

Artist Talk with Tony Balko – ‘Keep on Snoezelen’

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Artist Talk with Tony Balko – ‘Keep on Snoezelen’

24 Nov 2014 | by WebsiteManager

Monday, November 24, 4:00pm – 4:45pm, UClub, Artist Talk with Tony Balko – ‘Keep on Snoezelen‘ Keep on Snoezelen is a two-part reference, with a three-part meaning!  First, it points to Creedence Clearwater Revival’s seminal chug-fest, Keep on Chooglin’.  Second, to the controlled multisensory environment therapy known as ‘Snoezelen.’  And third, to a desperate need for cultural agency, satisfied […]

“The Anchorite” screening and Q&A

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“The Anchorite” screening and Q&A

19 Nov 2014 | by WebsiteManager

Wednesday, November 19, 2014, 6:00pm in Swan Hall Auditorium. Aviv Rubinstien is a screenwriter, director, producer and editor living in Los Angeles. Aviv’s first feature film is The Anchorite - a narrative fiction film following a real five-week music tour across the country. The film is comprised of improvised, and often spontaneous scenes, live musical performances, and […]

Student interns at CBS New York

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Student interns at CBS New York

17 Nov 2014 | by WebsiteManager

Communication Studies and Spanish double major Christian Castano of Portsmouth, RI found his career match when he interned under the executive sales team at CBS in New York this summer. “I worked with very intelligent, influential, and important people and I couldn’t be happier for the opportunity,” Christian said. The interdisciplinary nature of the Communication […]

‘Happy All The Time’ Screening and Q&A

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‘Happy All The Time’ Screening and Q&A

17 Nov 2014 | by WebsiteManager

Monday, November 17, 2014 at 4:00 PM, Lippitt Hall, Room 402 Adam Guindon, one of the co-directors of Happy All The Time, has created a body of work collaborating with various people in the music industry. He has worked with many artists including Pearl Jam, The Avett Brothers, Phish, Dispatch, Guster, The Low Anthem, and Blind […]

Journalism Day at URI

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Journalism Day at URI

13 Nov 2014 | by WebsiteManager

On Thursday, November 13, the R.I. Press Association, the Harrington School of Communication and Media, the URI Department of Journalism will co-sponsor Journalism Day at URI. In morning workshops at the Memorial Union, students will interact with reporters and editors from several Rhode Island news outlets. The workshops will engage students in digital storytelling techniques […]