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U. professors remember 9/11, discuss its meaning for students today

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U. professors remember 9/11, discuss its meaning for students today

September 14, 2021 1 comment

While many students at Brown might not remember the events of the 9/11 attacks, some University professors still vividly recall the events of that day as well as its aftermath, carrying with them reflections 20 years later. 

Participants can decide whether to make their journal entries public or keep them private. Assitaant Professor of Anthropology Katherine Mason said that the entries that do enter the Featured Entries page will be stripped of any identifying information.

News, Science & Research

Pandemic Journaling Project enables ordinary people to write their own history

April 9, 2021 0 comments

In an effort to record the voices of ordinary people during the COVID-19 pandemic, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Katherine Mason and Sarah Willen, associate professor of anthropology at University of Connecticut, co-founded the Pandemic Journaling Project to predesign an archive of people’s unique experiences. 

Brown University Herbarium hopes to increase the general public's engagement and connection with the botanical world through the new HerbUX Project.

News, Science & Research

The HerbUX Project works on making Herbarium data more accessible

March 22, 2021 1 comment

When a student visits the Brown University Herbarium, they’re greeted by countless plants meticulously climate-controlled in storage.

Professor of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences Alberto Saal and his colleague late Carnegie scientist Erik Hauri offer new research findings about the Moon's early history and formation through the study of Apollo rock samples.

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University researchers study Apollo rock samples to understand Moon’s early history

March 8, 2021 0 comments

Professor of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences Alberto Saal and his colleague, late Carnegie scientist Erik Hauri analyzed sulfur isotopes in samples of volcanic glass collected during NASA’s Apollo 15 and 17 missions to understand the Moon’s formation and early history in a study published Feb. 24.