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Undergrad work integral to prof’s new book

February 26, 2014 1 comment

Ross Cheit, professor of public policy and political science, will discuss the 15-year process of compiling his new book in a talk Thursday.

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Faculty, students offer mixed opinions on Coursera

February 23, 2014 12 comments

For Susan Alcock, professor of archaeology and classics, archaeology does not need to be practiced amidst dusty ruins in an exotic country.

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72 companies recruit at Spring Career Fair

February 20, 2014 0 comments

As students immerse themselves in the hunt for internships and jobs, 72 companies will recruit prospective employees at CareerLAB’s Spring Career Fair.

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Phi Beta Kappa elects 33 juniors

February 14, 2014 0 comments

Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest academic honors organization in the country. The award is recognized as one of the nation’s most prestigious academic honors.

Classes with five or fewer students may offer students flexibility and opportunities to build close relationships with faculty members and peers.

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Small classes offer unique experience

February 11, 2014 1 comment

Hundreds of classes at the University have five or fewer students each semester — or enrollments so low they get cancelled.

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Course addition process moves online

February 4, 2014 0 comments

Students now only need instructor override to add classes on Banner after shopping period

The CareerLAB brought together approximately 60 alums and 138 students for this year’s JanLab event. The program is increasingly gearing toward younger students, with thirty-five first-years in attendance this year.

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Third annual JanLab program connects U. students with alums

January 24, 2014 0 comments

Undergraduate students congregated for a series of panels and networking opportunities with Brown alums last week at the third annual January Career Laboratory, or JanLab, hosted by the Center for Careers and Life After Brown.

Though some national reports have suggested a lack of STEM jobs, students and faculty members said they had not seen evidence of such a trend.

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STEM concentrators find employment success

November 20, 2013 2 comments

Grads have been able to find jobs despite claims that inadequate positions are available.

The plasma mass spectrometer can be used to ionize elements, creating charged particles that travel through an electric field. The spectrometers can also date rocks, trace their origins and identify their compositions.

Science & Research

U. acquires sole spectrometers in R.I.

November 20, 2013 0 comments

The two devices cost approximately $1.2 million and can be used by the public for a fee.

Reiki, a Japanese healing technique, was the focus of the Wellness at Brown series’ second program.  Bourne said use of the method is expanding, adding that it is currently employed by hospitals and the military.

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Wellness program examines unconventional healing techniques

October 23, 2013 8 comments

Reiki, an alternative form of medicine from Japan, is used to channel healing energy through a practitioner.