- “Humanity in War Reporting: Bringing Authentic, Individual Experiences of War into Conflict Journalism” - 2022 Amanpour Lecture featuring award-winning international correspondent, Jane Ferguson
Thursday, October 20, 2022, 7:00pm [watch the video]
- Finding the Truth: Investigative Journalism in the Digital Era - 2022 Taricani Lecture Series featuring ProPublica investigative reporters Neil Bedi and Kathleen McGrory
Tuesday, April 5, 2022, 5pm [watch the video]
- Solve Climate by 2030: A worldwide TeachIn - Our virtual event features Rhode Island experts on environmental communication, sustainable transportation, and environmental justice
Thursday, March 30, 2022, 1pm [watch the video]
- Researchers explore the racial and gender politics of Barstool Sports -
- Looking Back at Our Year - This year, the Harrington School offered a variety of events to our students. Here are some of our favorite events this year. This spring, ProPublica reporters Kathleen McGrory and Neil Bedi spoke to students at the second annual Taricani Lecture titled “Finding the Truth: Investigative Journalism in the Digital Era.” McGrory and Bedi discussed their […]
- Fall 2022 Faculty Publications, Conferences, and Grants - When they weren’t in the classroom, our faculty were conducting research in their chosen fields. Here are some highlights: Dr. Emily Diamond, assistant professor of Communication Studies and Marine Affairs, published two articles and gave a presentation this year, all focusing on climate change and clean energy in the United States. For her most recent […]
- The Harrington (Summer) Experience - While the summer is often a time to relax, some students from the Harrington School of Communication and Media spent their summers traveling, taking classes and interning for companies. There are many ways that Harrington students get involved and find these opportunities. Some students found opportunities through their professors, while other students found them in […]
- Isobel McCullough is saving the sounds of South County’s beaches. - For her undergraduate honors thesis, Isobel McCullough decided she would record the sonic profiles of seven southern Rhode Island beaches. The result, South County Soundscapes: Rhode Island’s Vanishing Coastline, is an artistic investigation inspired by science, McCullough says.
- URI Communication Studies student named among first cohort of Obama-Chesky Voyager Scholarship recipients - Katie Riedy has been named among the inaugural 100 recipients of the prestigious Obama-Chesky Voyager Scholarship for Public Service, providing her support to pursue her interests in LGBTQ+ issues.