Vianka Brito ’20 used her communications to show underrepresented and marginalized student in her community that they can succeed in college and make an impact through their careers.Continue reading "Using Communication Studies to Create Change"
Recently appointed to the new position of Publicity Coordinator, Tombs handles 12 to 15 films per year – including titles like “Aquaman” and “A Star is Born.”Continue reading "Alumni Spotlight: Alexa Tombs ’16"
Kevin Lopes ‘05, came to URI as a business major who loved sports, business, and meeting people. He understood business, but his love for connecting with people led him to change his major to communication studies.Continue reading "Alumni Spotlight: Kevin Lopes ’05"
Working in sports was always in Jennifer Cingari Christie’s future. It was no surprise, therefore, that upon graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations from URI, she quickly moved on to work at ESPN films.Continue reading "Alumni Spotlight: Jennifer Cingari Christie ’08"
Nikki Noya ’00 loves competing and setting goals. So when the chance to become co-host of a nationally syndicated travel show suddenly popped up, Noya took the gamble.Continue reading "Nikki Noya ’00 finds smooth landing on travel show ‘The Jet Set’"
by Mariana Zardetto Alves Ashley Kuhar, BA ’14, MBA’18, was one of 10 URI alumni to receive the 10 Under 10 Award last month. Kuhar is the senior communications specialist at FM Global. The University of Rhode Island and the Young Alumni Council recognized several outstanding alumni who have graduated within the past 10 years, […]Continue reading "Ashley Kuhar receives URI’s prestigious 10 Under 10 award"
URI is proud to have so many distinguished alumni with exciting careers. Nikki Noya, URI class of 2000, is no exception. Noya is the co-host of the travel television talk show “The Jet Set,” the first hybrid talk and travel show.Continue reading "Alumni Spotlight: Nikki Noya ’00"