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Pembroke alums reflect on 1960s STEM experiences

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Pembroke alums reflect on 1960s STEM experiences

April 21, 2015 0 comments
This article is part of the series The XX Factor

While there has been a large effort to close the gender gap in STEM over the last 50 years, the disparity continues to divide departments at Brown.

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Study finds perceptions of free will shift with age

April 9, 2015 0 comments

Do children believe in free will? They believe more and more as they grow older, according to a new psychology research study.

Study examines yoga as depression therapy during, after pregnancy

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Study examines yoga as depression therapy during, after pregnancy

April 2, 2015 0 comments

Results from an open trial studying the effect yoga has on pregnant women with depression indicates that yoga could serve as therapy to reduce symptoms.

Griffin Thompson ’16 — the youngest son of Marjorie Thompson ’74 PhD’79 P’02 P’07 P’09 P’12 P’14 P’16, the late associate dean of biological sciences —  joined Associate Dean of Biological Sciences Katherine Smith, President Christina Paxson P'19, Senior Lecturer Richard Bungiro PhD’99 and Instructional Coordinator for Biology Sarah Taylor at the Day of Biology dedicated to Marjorie Thompson’s memory.

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Craig Mello ’82 gives biology keynote

March 10, 2015 3 comments

“Gene expression is really simple. Everyone should know it and feel comfortable thinking about it,” said Nobel laureate Craig Mello ’82 at a lecture Sat.

New projects receive funding to study Narragansett Bay

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New projects receive funding to study Narragansett Bay

March 5, 2015 0 comments

As ecological change affects the world around us, University researchers are looking at its impact close to home.

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Study looks at mindfulness effects on health education

February 26, 2015 0 comments

Researchers investigated how ecological momentary assessment can be used to develop interventions for depression and self-inflicted harm.

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Study examines EMA as research tool

February 26, 2015 0 comments

Researchers investigated how ecological momentary assessment can be used to develop interventions for depression and self-inflicted harm.

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U. seeks to increase UTRA participation in humanities

February 12, 2015 1 comment

Though humanities concentrators account for over just 15 percent of the student body, they have seen low representation in the applicant pool for UTRAs.

Meteorite closely resembles makeup of Mars’ crust

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Meteorite closely resembles makeup of Mars’ crust

February 12, 2015 0 comments

University researchers who study Northwest Africa 7034 have concluded that it is likely representative of most of the rocks comprising Mars’ crust.

“It’s time to look at the world around me in addition to Brown,” said Sheila Blumstein, professor of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences, as she chooses to dedicate more time to research than teaching.

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Sheila Blumstein, former interim U. president, to enter phased retirement

January 29, 2015 3 comments

Sheila Blumstein, who served in administrative roles including interim president, will enter a phased retirement effective July 1.

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