Isabel Gensler is a metro editor for The Herald.

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The financial plan aims to reconcile the University’s finances with the Building on Distinction strategic plan, the Operational Plan and the BrownTogether campaign.

University News

University presents new financial plan

December 6, 2016 0 comments

Provost Richard Locke announced that the University will freeze undergraduate admission and begin expanding the Graduate School.

International grad students adapt to campus, country

University News

International grad students adapt to campus, country

November 29, 2016 0 comments

Thirty-seven percent of the graduate student population is made up of international students, and that percentage will grow to 40 percent

Of the $27 million donation, $5 million will go to endowing the first professorship at the Brown Institute for Translational Science, and $22 million will provide tuition assitance and stipends for the MD/PhD program.

Science & Research, University News

Med School receives $27 million donation

November 15, 2016 0 comments

The $27 million gift comes almost a decade after the foundation’s initial $100 million donation that established the name of the medical school in 2007.

Data Science Initiative to offer one-year master’s

University News

Data Science Initiative to offer one-year master’s

November 4, 2016 0 comments

The Data Science Initiative will offer a one-year master’s degree and expand the number of undergraduate classes offered in data science.

University News

Grad students navigate imperfect advising system

October 25, 2016 0 comments

While the University has boosted its attention to the undergraduate advising system, advising is central to the academic experiences of PhD candidates.

Grad students lack on-campus housing options

University News

Grad students lack on-campus housing options

October 18, 2016 0 comments

As the University looks to increase the size of its graduate programs in coming years, graduate students are concerned about the availability of housing.

Ruth Wilson Gilmore, director of the Center for Place, Culture and Politics at City University of New York, addresses students about structural racism.

University News

Gilmore talks industrialized punishment

October 14, 2016 0 comments

Ruth Wilson Gilmore’s lecture on industrialized punishment was the seventh in a seven-part series called “How Structural Racism Works.”

Grad students voice concerns to new dean

University News

Grad students voice concerns to new dean

October 4, 2016 0 comments

Graduate students raised several concerns over lack of community, an insignificant role in faculty hiring and few avenues for student feedback on advisors.

Philip Warburg spoke at length Wednesday on the potential for the expansion of solar power across the United States of America.

University News

Warburg unpacks American solar energy potential

September 22, 2016 0 comments

Author Philip Warburg gave a lecture titled “From the Sidelines to Center-Stage: Opportunities and Challenges Facing Solar Power in America” on Wednesday.

Michael Genest, head of electrical power system mission planning and flight control expertise on the International Space Station since 1992, discussed mission and funding challenges facing NASA projects.

University News

Genest links space exploration funding with public interest

September 14, 2016 0 comments

Michael Genest, a key member of the Mission Control Center for the International Space Station, gave a lecture Tuesday afternoon.

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