Li Goldstein is a University News section editor from New York, NY. She is a junior concentrating in English Nonfiction, and when she’s not at The Herald or writing, she loves talking about movies and TV or doing the NYT crossword with her sister.

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Following external review, University defends tenure process

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Following external review, University defends tenure process

December 5, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Dating back to at least 1998, the New England Commission on Higher Education has criticized the University’s tenure procedures.

Senior Fellow in International and Public Affairs Chas Freeman discussed the increasing tension between the United States and China.

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Former diplomat talks U.S.-China relations

November 13, 2018 Comments are Disabled

“It used to be a lot of fun to talk about U.S.-China relations, … but now here we are,” joked Senior Fellow in International and Public Affairs Chas Freeman during his talk at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs last night.

Evaluators praised the University’s undergraduate education, Brown Promise and diversity initiatives while criticizing its lack of focus on graduate programs and management of financial resources.

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University receives official re-accreditation

November 11, 2018 Comments are Disabled

The University officially received re-accreditation from the New England Commission of Higher Education last month, wrote President Christina Paxson P’19 in a Today@Brown announcement Oct. 31.

Amherst College Professor Pawan Dhingra explained that even when minorities assimilate into white society, they still experience racism.

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Dhingra talks racism, minority assimilation

October 30, 2018 Comments are Disabled

“How should we understand the relevance of race for minorities who approach or even surpass whites along key measures of mobility?” asked Professor of American Studies at Amherst College Pawan Dhingra at the beginning of his lecture Tuesday evening.

U. to pay tour guides $11 per hour in 2019

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U. to pay tour guides $11 per hour in 2019

October 25, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Starting January 2019, campus tour guides will receive compensation from the Office of College Admission for tours during the school year, said Dean of Admission Logan Powell.

Sustainability tours start at 85 Waterman Street, which collects and recycles rainwater as part of its sustainability efforts.

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Office of Sustainability’s twice-weekly tours spotlight University initiatives

October 19, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Students walking through 85 Waterman might be surprised to learn that the building uses recycled rainwater on a daily basis. That’s just one example of an environmental initiative of the University that the Office of Sustainability hopes to highlight through its weekly tours.

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