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PerHuman won the $100 categorical prize for best tech-based and coded solution for an Alexa program that would help provide better verbal feedback to people with a mental illness.

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Hack Health event spotlights mental health, fosters student innovation

September 16, 2019 0 comments

Huddled over laptops lit by colorful lines of code, around 80 students collaborated in 13 teams at the fourth annual Brown Hack Health event over the weekend.

CS department hires Ethics TAs

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CS department hires Ethics TAs

September 5, 2019 0 comments

Last spring, the Department of Computer Science announced the inaugural hiring of 10 Ethics Teaching Assistants, who will  develop and deliver curricula around ethics and society in five of the department’s largest courses. 

Joshua Jay, a former world champion of magic who helped designed illusions for HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” performed tricks and told stories of past magicians who died in the act.

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Performer brings magic to campus

April 17, 2019 0 comments

Blindfolded and with his back turned away, the magician instructed a volunteer to think of a card and communicate its number and suit to the rest of the audience silently.

The School of Professional Studies will move to a 50,000-square-foot space in the Jewelry District’s Innovation Center. The larger space will allow for program expansion, increased classroom space and collaboration areas.

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School of Professional Studies to move across street this summer

April 15, 2019 0 comments

The School of Professional Studies will move to a new, larger home in the Jewelry District over the summer, according to Karen Sibley, dean of the SPS and vice president for strategic initiatives.

Groups of admitted students, both regular and Early Decision, shadowed current University students this past Sunday and Monday. They also attended classes and participated in a variety of programmed activities, such as a food truck festival and a campus-wide scavenger hunt.

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Admitted students fill campus for ADOCH

April 9, 2019 0 comments

Admitted students to the class of 2023 explored campus this weekend for the first 2019 session of A Day on College Hill.