Tuesday, September 30, 2014

More engineering, Cooperative Extension, research

Providence Journal - 9/30

Engineering bond interview with President Dooley
WPRO radio - 9/29

Professor focused on sustainable water treatment - feature on Prof. Vinka Craver
Providence Business News - 9/29

Providence Business News - 9/29

Climate change makes it harder to save Lake Erie - references Metcalf Institute
Toledo Blade - 9/29

Physics today - 9/29

Russia and NATO should be allies not enemies - op-ed by Prof. Nicolai Petro
Moscow Times - 9/29

Providence Journal - 9/28

Student survival guide: Extracurriculars - features Prof. Erik Loomis
Providence Phoenix - 9/27

On the ground at the People's Climate March - quotes Prof. Peter Nightingale
Huffington Post - 9/27

Providence Journal - 9/26

GoLocalProv - 9/26

Providence Journal - 9/26

Is 2014 the year of women in RI politics? - quotes Prof. Maureen Moakley
RI Public Radio - 9/26

Channel 12 - 9/26

Channel 10 - 9/26

Science - 9/26

Providence Business News - 9/25

Valley Breeze - 9/24

Providence Business News - 9/22

Westerly Sun - 9/20

Providence Journal - 9/19

ESPN - 9/18

Monday, September 29, 2014

Engineering Rhode Island’s Future

On Monday, Sept. 29, 2014, corporate and government leaders joined with University of Rhode Island alumni, faculty and staff and other supporters to officially kick off the campaign, “Engineering Rhode Island’s Future,” at Toray Plastics (America) at Quonset Point in North Kingstown. Reporters representing media throughout the state captured the story to share with all Rhode Islanders and received this news release. Below are links to some of the coverage for this important campaign:

Broadcast Coverage includes:

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Engineering, campus news and more talent

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Climate march, honors colloquium, ballot questions

  • Seats in demand for RI bus ride to People's Climate March - quotes Prof. Peter Nightengale
    Providence Journal - 9/17
  • Business-backed group crunches numbers on 4 RI ballot questions - references proposed engineering building
    Providence Journal - 9/17
  • Journalist recounts interview with Edward Snowden at URI honors colloquium
    Providence Journal - 9/17
  • URI hosts computational experts for free seminar
    Providence Journal - 9/17
  • Five questions with Dr. Lars Wahlberg - references URI initiatives
    Providence Business News - 9/17
  • Journalist to discuss Iran computer worm - previews Honors Colloquium talk
    Providence Business News - 9/17
  • URI to receive $475K to support ‘Media Smart Libraries' initiative
    Providence Business News – 9/16
  • Tuesday, September 16, 2014

    Monday, September 15, 2014

    Friday, September 12, 2014

    Ebola, casinos and 9/11

    Providence Journal - 9/12

    Observer-Reporter - 9/12

    Jewish Voice and Herald - 9/11

    Providence Business News - 9/11

    Bioscience award winner has passion for teaching, life - awardees include Prof. Greg Paquette
    Warwick Beacon - 9/11

    Warwick Beacon - 9/11

    Study: Casino upgrades to save 700+ jobs - study by Prof. Ed Mazze
    Channel 12 - 9/11


    Newport Patch - 9/11

    Solving the mystery of the ratfish - mentions Prof. Jason Ramsay
    Southern Cal Public Radio - 9/10

    Who spent the most per vote?- quotes Prof. Victor Profughi
    GoLocalProv - 9/11

    Wednesday, September 10, 2014

    Tuesday, September 9, 2014

    Honors Colloquium, economy, and Ukraine

    Providence Business News – 9/8

    West cannot resolve Ukraine statehood crisis - quotes Prof. Nicolai Petro
    RIA Novosti – 9/8

    Providence Journal – 9/9

    Providence Business News – 9/9

    Buddy Cianci, ex-con, runs for governor again - quotes Prof. Maureen Moakley

    Hartford Courant – 9/9