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The revolution started partly for economic reasons, but people are out of work in Tunisia because “the infrastructure for tourism is terrible,” Dette said.

Science & Research

Student explores Tunisian revolution through stories

April 18, 2013 0 comments

Rahel Dette ‘13 collected personal narratives from Tunisians during a three-month fellowship.

Abe Arambolo ’14 won the most votes in the Brown Concert Agency’s second poll, after the results of the first poll  were invalidated due to alleged loopholes that allowed people and programs to cast multiple votes.

University News

BCA’s student DJ vote stirs controversy

April 18, 2013 0 comments

The original poll to pick a student DJ for Spring Weekend allowed multiple votes to be cast.

The number of neuroscience concentrators has risen steadily in the last 20 years, reflecting the University‘s growing focus on brain sciences research.

University News

Neuroscience grows as U. emphasizes brain science research

April 5, 2013 1 comment
This article is part of the series Concentration Trends

As a relatively new field, neuroscience has attracted interest both nationally and on campus.

Metro

Central Falls mayor sentenced on bribery charges

February 14, 2013 0 comments

Moreau will serve two years in prison and pay $25,000 fine for receiving illegal contributions.

BEAR day lauds dedicated staff

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BEAR day lauds dedicated staff

February 5, 2013 0 comments

A large crowd joins President Paxson to celebrate the work of University staff members.

In the first of several Watson Middle East seminars, Nukhet Sandal argued Christian minorities in Turkey face discrimination.

University News

Seminar explores conflict in Turkey

January 31, 2013 4 comments

A Watson fellow cites rifts between Muslims and Christians as a key obstacle to pluralism.

An exhibit at the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts features mixed media works by University staff drawn from a variety of inspirations.

Arts & Culture

U. staff members display artistic flair

January 28, 2013 0 comments

Twelve employees showcase their diversity through 16 works of art in a Granoff exhibition.

University News

IRB likely to undergo review

April 26, 2012 0 comments

The University’s Institutional Review Board – the body that approves all faculty research projects involving human subjects – is likely to undergo an external review by an external consultant in the hopes of reforming current practices during President-elect Christina Paxson’s term.

University News

From dean to president, Paxson’s rapid ascent

April 11, 2012 0 comments

President-elect Christina Paxson’s resume shows a rapid advancement through the academic ranks. In the last five years, she has served as a dean at Princeton and chaired the university’s nationally renowned economics department, serving at one point as the department’s only tenured female professor. And starting July 1, she will begin her term as Brown’s 19th president.

University News

Students celebrate residency matches

March 20, 2012 0 comments

Fourth-year medical students found out their residency program placements for next year at the annual Match Day event Friday. The class of 79 students, which is smaller than in recent years, “did as well as I’ve seen any class do,” said Edward Wing, dean of Medicine and Biological Sciences.