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Dorothy Jiang ’19 selected as Truman Scholar

Dorothy Jiang ’19 recently became the first Brown student to earn the Truman scholarship in three years. The Harry S. Truman Scholarship — which was granted to 59 undergraduate juniors from a pool of 756 applicants in 2018 — is awarded based on leadership, commitment to a career in public service ...

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Committee selects ‘Evicted’ as 2022 First Reading

For over 10 years, the University has asked its incoming first-year students to read a book and engage in a seminar discussion before formally beginning classes in the fall. This year, the First Readings committee has selected “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City” by Matthew Desmond ...

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University to offer new joint MPH/MPA degree

A partnership between the Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs and the School of Public Health is introducing a new two-year joint Master of Public Health/Master of Public Affairs degree this summer to address the intersection of public health and public policy. “Brown’s (MPH/MPA) ...

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Alum teaches vocabulary through hip-hop

You remove your headphones as you walk through the classroom door — the beat of the song you were just listening to still playing in your head — only to realize that this same song is being played aloud in your English class. “Rhymes with Reason,” an educational platform founded and created ...

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Brown Alumni Magazine to feature new sections, website

At the end of this month, when 115,000 Brown alums check their mailboxes, they will receive a Brown Alumni Magazine with a new look. In its new design, the BAM will feature new sections that aim to better integrate alumni and campus life, as well as a new website. The redesign of  the BAM is the first ...

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Faculty, students attend SACNAS national conference

With a focus on demographic disparities in STEM fields, several University faculty members and students spent Oct. 19 to 21 at the 2017 Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science conference in Salt Lake City. They joined a community of around 3,000 scholars, tied together ...

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