what U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, DR.I., will address about 560 first-year College of Business students on climate change. 100 is planned again for the collegeTh An anniversary event, the class, “Creating a ‘You’ for Future Employment,” will give first-year students interested in a business discipline an opportunity to consider their place in the future world of work by exploring topics such as artificial intelligence. Intelligence and sustainability. Whitehouse’s speech will be preceded by a presentation by Google’s head of technical operations, Alex Couture, on the impact of human artificial intelligence and innovation in the field. (While the White House speech is open to the media, the event is not open to the public.)
World Health Organization: Rhode Island’s junior senator since 2007, and previously US Attorney for Rhode Island (1993-98) and Attorney General of Rhode Island (1998-2003) has been a leader in the US Senate on issues such as climate change, rebuilding. The nation’s infrastructure, reforming federal education policy, addressing ocean plastic waste, and eliminating “dark money” from the nation’s elections.
When: Wednesday, October 26, 7 pm
Where: Edwards Hall, 64 Upper College Road, Kingston, Rhode Island; Parking is available in the Briar Lane Lot (Lot 1) behind the Higgins Welcome Center.
To cover the event: Members of the media planning to attend should contact Tony LaRoche, URI Communications and Marketing, after 1 p.m. on Wednesday, October 26, at 401-874-4894. Cell, 401-837-8275; or Anthony_laroche@uri.edu.
of College of Commerce In the year He was president of Rhode Island State College in 1923 after it was established by Howard Edwards as a leader in business, research and promotion in Rhode Island. The college today enrolls more than 2,300 undergraduate students and nearly 350 graduate students overall, recognized by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. 10 undergraduate programs, nine graduate programs and three Ph.D. Specialization. The college is celebrating its centenary this academic year.