Articles by Jonathan Herman (54)

Web Update: Prof. ends bid to become governor

July 26, 2006 Comments are Disabled

Dennis Michaud M.A. ’96 Ph.D. ’02, an adjunct professor of economics, announced last week he has ended his bid to challenge incumbent Gov. Donald Carcieri ’65 in the Sept. 12 Republican primary after failing to collect enough signatures to appear on the ballot.

Tough road ahead for Brown professor

July 26, 2006 Comments are Disabled

In addition to teaching EC 179: “Corporate Governance and Management” and EC 180: “Politics and Finance,” Dennis Michaud M.A. ’96 Ph.D. ’02 has taken on another summer project. The adjunct assistant professor of economics announced in May he will challenge incumbent Gov.

Smart alarm clock still a dream

April 19, 2006 Comments are Disabled

A few blocks from Faunce Arch, some recent Brown alums are in the final stages of developing a product that will wake you up for your 9 a.m. class and guarantee you’ll feel alert.

Chafee ’75 critiques Bush administration’s fiscal policies

April 19, 2006 Comments are Disabled

Sen. Lincoln Chafee ’75, R-R.I., discussed his key votes in the Senate on environmental protection, the war in Iraq and budgetary issues in Carmichael Auditorium last night before a group of nearly 50 students and community members.

Election 2006: Brown’s money, staff woes endanger Senate run

April 18, 2006 Comments are Disabled

The competition may have just been squeezed out of the Democratic primary for Rhode Island’s 2006 Senate election.

Election 2006: Chafee, Laffey both well-funded for primary battle

April 18, 2006 Comments are Disabled

Both Sen. Lincoln Chafee ’75, R-R.I., and Cranston Mayor Stephen Laffey are awash in greenbacks for their Republican Senate primary duel, but Laffey’s fund raising has kicked into high gear and may leave Chafee behind.

Rep. Langevin calls for expanded stem cell research at Brown Biotech Expo

April 11, 2006 Comments are Disabled

Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I. showed a 50-person crowd of biology students and biotech firm representatives what it means to be a pro-life, pro-stem cell research Democrat during his keynote address to open the fourth annual Brown Biotech Expo yesterday in Sayles Hall.

R.I. ACLU seeks records after anti-war protest is added to list of ‘suspicious incidents’

April 6, 2006 Comments are Disabled

Why might the U.S. Department of Defense be spying on a small peace protest in Providence?

Magaziner ’69 P’06 P’07 details AIDS work

March 21, 2006 Comments are Disabled

Ira Magaziner ’69 P’06 P’07 discussed last night the challenges facing the AIDS-ravaged continent of Africa and the contributions made by the William J. Clinton Foundation’s HIV/AIDS Initiative, which he chairs.

Corruption is main concern for Fogarty in campaign kickoff

March 7, 2006 Comments are Disabled

JOHNSTON – Lt. Gov. Charles Fogarty officially kicked off his campaign to unseat Republican Gov. Don Carcieri ’65 last night at the 1025 Club in Johnston.