Public relations students in Professor Regina Bell’s class will gain real-world experience this fall. In collaboration with the World War II Foundation, PR students will create and implement a social media campaign to promote the Rhode Island premiere of “Journey Home to the Arizona.”Continue reading "Experiential learning promoted in public relations course"
Comic greats like Steve Martin, Garry Shandling and Nora Ephron will tell you all of life is material. Even the bits that seem anything but. Amma Marfo ’07 understands this.Continue reading "Amma Marfo ’07"
Things denied or delayed: They’re fuel for Aria Mia Loberti.Continue reading "Aria Mia Loberti ’20"
In her nine years at ESPN, Jennifer Cingari Christie ’08, communications manager for ESPN Films and Original Content, has worked on numerous projects including the promotion of the Oscar-winning “O.J.: Made in America” documentary, The ESPYs, the New York Marathon, the World Series of Poker, and “30 for 30” documentaries and podcasts. She is one of PR News’ 2016 Rising PR Stars 30 and Under.Continue reading "Jennifer Cingari Christie ’08"
The University of Rhode Island is making a splash at the Rhode Island Film Festival this year with three short films that URI graduates helped bring to the big screen.Continue reading "Films by URI graduates selected for Rhode Island Film Festival"
This summer Nicole Lattarulo is interning with WLNE-TV, ABC 6 in Providence, learning the ropes and getting her hands on some really cool stories.Continue reading "Interning at ABC 6"
Recent grad Jarolyn Fernandez, a triple major in health studies, communication studies, and Spanish, could not be more prepared, academically, for her dream career as a patient advocate.Continue reading "Jarolyn Fernandez ’17"
This year the Harrington School graduated nearly 450 students in undergraduate and graduate programs and more than 50% of them landed a full-time position prior to graduation day.Continue reading "#Harrington2017 Graduation!"
Communication studies and public relations major Colin Rumbel, student commencement speaker for URI’s Class of 2017, hopes to leave every graduating senior feeling the sense of community that he has felt at URI.Continue reading "Colin Rumbel ’17"
Writing is one of the most sought after skills by employers today, according to a survey by the Association of American Colleges and Universities. This important skill is a major focus of the Harrington School and one of the reasons the Writing Center was established.Continue reading "Writing Center Develops Essential Skill"