Professor of Political Science Juliet Hooker, along with other academics, discussed her new book, “Black Grief/White Grievance: The Politics of Loss.”
Leslie Acton, lecturer at Brown for environment and society discussed her research on connections between people and coastal places at a Thursday seminar.
The Corporation and Lifespan Board of Directors voted this month on “a new nonbinding term sheet” to extend and expand the existing partnership between the two institutions, according to an Oct. 24 Today@Brown announcement.
The Corporation, the University’s highest governing body, increased term lengths for New Alumni Trustees
Subra Suresh, professor at large at the School of Engineering, was awarded the National Medal of Science Tuesday.
Professor Arnold Weinstein retired last spring after 54 years at Brown.
Brown Medical Emergency Services offers EMT-certified students the opportunity to gain hand-on experience.
Society of Women Engineers at Brown offers women engineering students community, professional supportBy Bishakha Oli | October 23
Members say club is invaluable resource in exploring engineering academics, careers
University to continue offering student veterans full scholarships in future application cycles
Conference included panel discussion, workshops aimed at supporting women interested in business
50 years after OPEC Oil Crisis, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse talks current need for climate legislationBy Talia LeVine | October 22
Senator discusses 1973 oil crisis, modern-day polarization around climate change with political science professor Jeff Colgan
Over 500 protestors march through downtown, call for end of U.S. aid to Israel
Festivities include ribbon-cutting ceremony, inaugural public performance
Panelists discuss West’s academic work, legacy during two-day event
‘Culturally important keystone’: Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated reflect on progress since reinstatementBy Cassandra Coleman | October 20
This December marks two years since the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s Iota Alpha chapter was reinstated at Brown in 2021
U. appoints implementation team to carry out recommendations from task force on status of women facultyBy Samantha Chambers | October 19
Brown has appointed an implementation team to carry out recommendations from the Task Force on the Status of Women Faculty.
U. website provides resources to navigate activities, programs after SCOTUS ruling on race-conscious admissionsBy Ryan Doherty and Natalie Villacres | October 19
Brown launched a website aimed to help university members navigate programs and activities in light of the Supreme Court’s decision.
The Watson Institute welcomed four new members to its leadership team this school year.
‘Come and slow down’: Snail Mail @ Brown builds community, encourages traditional forms of communicationBy Annika Singh | October 18
Snail Mail @ Brown encourages a return to traditional forms of communications.