This past semester, the Harrington School of Communication and Media welcomed Matthew Hodler to their sports communication and media team.Continue reading "New Harrington Professor Hodler Explores Nationalism, Ethnicity & Sport"
We are excited to introduce Dr. Emily Diamond, a recent Ph. D. graduate from Duke University who joins us with a joint-appointment in both Marine Affairs and Communications Studies.Continue reading "New Harrington Professor Diamond Highly Values Interdisciplinary Approaches"
Communication Studies alumna is now the highest-ranking woman in baseball.Continue reading "Red Sox’s Raquel Ferreira ’92 breaks through baseball’s glass ceiling"
Harrington School of Communication and Media unveils its cutting-edge, $1.25 million Broadcast Center with a grand opening ceremony and open house Friday, Sept. 27.Continue reading "Harrington School unveils state-of-the-art Broadcast Center"
The new program expands on a sports media minor and comes at an opportune time for students seeking careers in sports media fields.Continue reading "Harrington School launches program in sports media, communication"
Richard J. Harrington ’73, Hon. ’02 and Jean Harrington have pledged $4 million to the Harrington School of Communication and Media.Continue reading "$4 million commitment accelerates expansion of Harrington School"
CNN chief international anchor to speak at URI lecture named in her honor, Sept. 26.Continue reading "Christiane Amanpour to speak on press freedom"
Luke Santell’s name is known in the hip-hop world for powerful portrait and concert shots of some of the biggest names in the business.Continue reading "Getting the Shot: Luke Santell ’21"
Nate Vaccaro, a double major in writing & rhetoric and English and an Italian minor, learned firsthand the ways of working in the press.Continue reading "Senior Spotlight: Nate Vaccaro"