tudents recently presented their final academic projects as the 2019-20 school year reaches completion. This sampling of academic achievements from across RWU schools and departments represents the hard work and accomplishments of every RWU student.
RWU professors fabricate face shields to protect frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, delivering over 900 face shields (and counting) to first responders, healthcare workers, and people who work with vulnerable populations.
Leonard Yui, assistant professor of architecture, and his students collaborated with Scott Ruhren, senior director of conservation at the Audubon Society of Rhode Island to create an environmentally conscious art installation at the Touisset Marsh Wildlife Refuge in Warren.
RWU Construction Management and Architecture alumni played key roles in renovating and restoring a historic steel fabrication building to meet modern safety and accessibility standards for The Steel Yard, a Providence industrial arts nonprofit organization.
Since earning her master of architecture degree at RWU, Emily Goldenberg '11 has worked on projects all over the world, and is now designing a center for education on mountain gorilla conservation in Kigali, Rwanda.