Israeli filmmakers Tamar Kay and Or Sinai will screen their award-winning short films followed by a Q&A and reception on Monday, Oct. 23 from 4-6 p.m. The event will take place in the Swan Hall Doody Auditorium, 60 Upper College Road in Kingston and is free and open to the public.Continue reading "Award-winning Israeli filmmakers to screen films at URI, Oct. 23"
In August 2017, Dr. Adam Roth was named the Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Director of the Harrington School of Communication and Media.Continue reading "Dr. Adam Roth named Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences, Director of the Harrington School of Communication and Media"
Herman Rose, URI Class of ‘70, recently awarded a generous $75,000 gift to the Harrington School of Communication and Media to name the Herman Hillson Rose ’70 Video Editing Suite in the Harrington Hub at Ranger Hall.Continue reading "URI Alum Herman Rose donates funds for editing suite, TV studio"
URI’s Harrington School teaches its students to think and dream big. Alexandria Haughey, a 2013 graduate of the Harrington School with a B.A. in Public Relations, did just that. Haughey joined Condé Nast in October of 2013 a short while after graduation. After completing internships for Alice + Olivia, Duffy & Shanley, and StyleWeek, she started off at Condé Nast as an Advertising Assistant and worked her way up to her current position, Account Executive.Continue reading "Alumni Spotlight: Alexandria Haughey ‘13"
The strive for accurate reporting is an essential need in the field of journalism, especially when it comes to science communication.Continue reading "Hollie Smith receives research award in science communication"
When it comes to internships, the options for Harrington School students are endless. Students can intern in their hometown, their college town, or even abroad. Bridget Shannon, a senior Harrington School Journalism major and Public Relations minor, traveled across the pond for a semester to work in her dream internship.Continue reading "Across the pond: Bridget Shannon’s internship"
Harrington School students can now be rewarded for their academic achievement. Beginning in October, Harrington School students who have completed 60 credits with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and a 3.25 GPA in their major can join Lambda Pi Eta. This is the first time a school-wide honor society is available to students.Continue reading "Harrington School offers Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society"
There are many exciting facets of this new relationship including potential research and teaching collaborations.Continue reading "Harrington School develops collaborative relationship with universities in China"
For the second year in a row, Harrington School students will have the opportunity to learn about and develop skills essential for their future professions during a week-long event.Continue reading "Harrington School students to benefit from Professional Development Week"
Mary Healey Jamiel was named the 2017 Fellowship Recipient in film and video by the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA).Continue reading "Mary Healey Jamiel receives RISCA fellowship"