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Watson Director Edward Steinfeld, former Consul General in Hong Kong Richard Bouchar and Professor Rebecca Nedstup spoke at the panel.

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Watson forum reflects on Hong Kong protests

November 8, 2019 0 comments

The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs held a discussion forum yesterday evening for members of the community to voice their thoughts on the ongoing demonstrations in Hong Kong.

Petrarca, known to his coworkers as “Father John,” was respected for his commitment, kind heart and willingness to help others.

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John Petrarca, University technician, dies at 64

November 5, 2019 0 comments

John Petrarca Jr., who worked as a water treatment technician at the Department of Facilities Management for the past six years, passed away Sept. 24 at the age of 64.

University lowers minimum for GET deposits to $10

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University lowers minimum for GET deposits to $10

November 1, 2019 0 comments

When students, faculty and staff log onto their GET portals after 9 a.m. this morning, they will find a lower minimum deposit requirement for their Bear Bucks accounts.

Student panelists described experiencing U.S.-centrism and a lack of non-Western perspectives in the curriculum and classrooms of the Watson Institute.

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Teach-in critiques colonialism in Watson

October 25, 2019 0 comments

Student panelists spoke passionately about their experiences of colonialism in the curriculum and classrooms of the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs during a packed Wednesday teach-in.

At ACCRIP’s first meeting of the academic year, members of the committee and students discussed whether Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories constitutes social harm. ACCRIP Chair Chi-Ming Hai facilitated a conversation between student groups for and against divestment.

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Middle East Studies program becomes Center at Watson

October 16, 2019 0 comments

At the beginning of this semester, the Middle East Studies program was renamed the Center for Middle East Studies as it joined other regional centers within the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs. The new name indicates the University’s permanent commitment to the concentration and grants the department greater […]

Starting in the spring, a Certificate in Entrepreneurship will be offered by the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship. The University announced last semester that it would begin to offer certificates.

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BEO concentration on its way out

October 1, 2019 1 comment

The University has begun to phase out the Business, Entrepreneurship and Organizations concentration and replace it with three new curricular pathways.

Current U.S. ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim may serve as ambassador to Indonesia following his Senate confirmation. In his talk, he stressed the importance of the Indo-Pacific region in U.S. relations.

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U.S. ambassador to Philippines speaks at Watson

September 25, 2019 0 comments

U.S. ambassador to the Philippines, Sung Kim P’22, spoke about the importance of U.S. involvement and foreign policy in the Indo-Pacific during a forum titled “Old Friends, New Frontiers” at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs Tuesday.

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 Comments are Disabled

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.

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