We honor the work and achievements of Harrington School of Communication and Media faculty retiring this year: Guo-Ming Chen, Lynne Derbyshire, John Pantalone, Vincent Petronio, Nedra Reynolds, and Judith Swift.Continue reading "2021-2022 Harrington School Retirees"
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"
A panther has taken down the Titanic and film editor Michael Shawver ’07 is among those responsible.Continue reading "Michael Shawver ’07"
Nicole E. Lattarulo is a sports producer, anchor, and reporter for the Good Five Cent Cigar News, and a Harrington School student majoring in Journalism and minoring in Communication Studies.Continue reading "Nicole Lattarulo, Sports Producer and Reporter"
Christian Castano (NEED GRADUATION YEAR) Communication Studies, Spanish Christian Castano’s summer internship in New York City with the CBS executive sales team threw him into the competitive game of television syndication sales. He knew he needed to go into every situation confident and informed, and research was key. Using role play, his supervisors helped him […]Continue reading "More than an education, it’s an experience"
Bennett Koffa ’15 (GRADUATION YEAR NEEDS VERIFICATION), Communication Growing up, Bennett Koffa was drawn to pop culture as a way of bringing together people of diverse backgrounds. At URI, he created his multi-platform digital blog and radio show, BennettKnows, that at one point received as many as 21,000 views in a single day. While many […]Continue reading "He was a media mogul while still an undergraduate"
At 11 years old, Aria Mia Loberti decided she would give a TED talk one day. That may seem like an unusual wish for such a young girl, but Loberti has never been ordinary.Continue reading "Aria Mia Loberti"