Deborah Willis presented the 2014 Debra L. Lee Lecture on Slavery and Justice, entitled “Visualizing Freedom: Photography and Emancipation.”
The University will distribute a survey to assess Brown’s reputation with scholars, students and others both abroad and within the United States.
The Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice will move into a new home in August when it leaves Alumnae Hall for 94 Waterman St.
There was a time when Jim Yong Kim ’82, president of the World Bank, was questioning the nature of his responsibility to the world.
President Paxson spoke about a capital campaign, her longterm University goals as well as a wide range of other issues during the State of Brown address.
“This is the most serious international crisis that you will experience,” said Robert Legvold, professor emeritus of political science at Columbia.
This week in the General Assembly, constitutional amendments were proposed in the Senate, and the House of Representatives welcomed its newest number.
Brown Lecture Board’s spring lineup will include a panel featuring Laverne Cox, R.J. Mitte and Aasif Mandvi, in addition to a lecture by Jack Dorsey.
The number of students who visit Psychological Services tends to increase during midterms and rise until finals.
Priorities for Provost Mark Schlissel’s P’15 successor, like fundraising and the strategic plan’s implementation, stirred discussion at a Med School forum.