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Company Overview of University Of Rhode Island
University of Rhode Island is a research and graduate institution offering graduate and undergraduate programs. The colleges of the university include College of Arts and Sciences, College of Continuing Education, College of Business Administration, College of Engineering, College of Environment and Life Sciences, College of Human Science and Services, College of Nursing, College of Pharmacy, and College of Graduate School of Oceanography. University of Rhode Island was formerly known as Rhode Island State College. The university was established in 1888 and is based in Kingston, Rhode Island. It has endowment assets worth $74.7 million.
14 Upper College Road
Kingston, RI 02881
Founded in 1892
Key Executives for University Of Rhode Island
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Interim Vice Provost for Enrollment Management
Vice President of Administration
Director of Dining and Retail Food Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
University Of Rhode Island Key Developments
Paula Grammas Names as Executive Director of University of Rhode Island’S George & Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience
Nov 4 15
Paula Grammas named as the first executive director of the University of Rhode Island’s George & Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience. Paula Grammas, a former executive director of the Garrison Institute on Aging at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, will lead the Ryan Institute and serve as the Thomas M. Ryan Professor of Neuroscience at URI. A former professor of neurology, she holds the Mildred and Shirley Garrison Chair in Aging at the Texas Tech School of Medicine.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Selects University of Rhode Island as Partner on Coastal Resiliency Research
May 7 15
The University of Rhode Island has been selected by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to be one of two primary partners, along with Jackson State University, in the Coastal Resilience Center of Excellence at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The selection, which could result in funding in excess of $2.5 million, enables URI to provide key research designed to help build resiliency along nation's coastlines and prepare for increasingly severe coastal hazards. Two of three funded research projects focus on the design of tools and methods to enable communities to become better prepared for sea level rise, more intense hurricanes, and other coastal hazards associated with climate change. One will address how best to communicate the risks of increasing coastal hazards to motivate individuals to prepare and mitigate potential impacts. This initiative will build upon the work of behavior change expert and URI Psychology Professor James Prochaska, whose model of behavior change has been applied to more than 50 health behaviors including smoking, exercise and diet and more recently has branched to behaviors such as climate change and sustainable transportation. The second project aims to overcome barriers to community action by identifying opportunities where collective action can mitigate potential impacts. Community members will be invited to engage in a simulated decision-making process, led by URI environmental economist James Opaluch, to test the effectiveness of various incentives and policies designed to address coastal hazards.
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