2019 ELECOMP Capstone Design Symposium
Welcome to the ELECOMP Capstone Design Program for Electrical (ELE) and Computer (COMP) engineers at the University of Rhode Island. The ELECOMP Capstone Design Program promotes a dynamic collaboration between senior-level engineering students and industry sponsors to design, build, program, and test solutions to real-world problems.
2019 Vangermeersch Endowed Lecture Series
Mr. Wadensten will share his personal and professional journey of how he became the leader of a globally recognized company. You will learn about his commitment to business growth and superior customer satisfaction through sustainability, U.S.-based supply chain excellence, lean culture, and strengths-based organizational design.
2019 Graduate Ceremony
The University of Rhode Island is proud to celebrate the academic accomplishments of our 2019 graduates at the upcoming 133rd Commencement. We’re filled with pride for our graduates’ many achievements and share their joy and excitement for all that is yet to come. It is truly a time to Think Big!
2019 ELECOMP Capstone Design showcase
The ELECOMP Capstone Design Program promotes a dynamic collaboration between senior-level engineering students and industry sponsors to design, build, program, and test solutions to real-world problems. Faculty members are available to consult on the projects; bringing to bear their own experience in key engineering disciplines.
2019 Civil and Environmental Engineering Capstone Presentations
Each of the teams has been assigned a mentor from a Rhode Island consulting firm to ensure that their designs reflect best engineering practices.
Forensic Science Seminar- What the Dead have to Tell
Michael Baden, M.D., the host of HBO’s “Autopsy” and author of more than 80 articles and books, headlines the Spring 2019 University of Rhode Island Forensic Science Partnership Seminar Series, which continues Feb. 1 and concludes April 26 with Dr. Baden’s lecture.
2019 A. Robert Rainville Leadership Awards
For 31 years, the Office of Student Involvement, The Center for Student Leadership Development and the Dean of Students Officehold an annual celebration to honor students who are successful in various leadership roles while maintaining a good academic record. The award is named in memory of A. Robert Rainville ’64, students’ friend and mentor, Vice President for Student Affairs 1980-86.
Talent Development Prep 2019
The Food Summit 2019
The University of Rhode Island will once again host the third annual Rhode Island Food System Summit. Join government, business, and community partners as we discuss the implementation of the Rhode Island Food Strategy and how we can support the food sector and our state into the future.