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Paterno '50 will stay in U.'s Hall of Fame

Joe Paterno '50 will remain in the Brown Athletic Hall of Fame, according to a statement from the Hall's Board of Directors released Sept. 13. The decision came about two months after the University announced Paterno's place in the Hall was under review by the board following the release of a report ...

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New patent liaison to focus on engineering

The University will be adding a new position in the Technology Ventures Office to assist engineering faculty members in identifying research suitable for patents and then guide them through the patenting process. The position was added as part of the University's recently approved budget for fiscal ...

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Conference to celebrate history of women on campus

The Women's Leadership Council — which seeks to promote philanthropy and volunteerism and offer mentoring to the University's female students and alums — has been planning a conference to celebrate 120 years of women's history at Brown. But after President Ruth Simmons — who created ...

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Brown's 'unofficial historian' remembered by faculty and staff

When asked to describe Martha Mitchell, former University archivist, those who knew her pause for a few moments as they choose the words to best represent her. When they do begin to speak, it is with a hint of awe that they share their memories of this "extraordinary," "very witty" and "generous" person. ...

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Med School to add PLME courses

Alpert Medical School is in the process of designing new courses for the Program in Liberal Medical Education, some of which will focus more on practical applications of pre-medical material. New courses geared toward first-year and senior PLME and pre-medical students will attempt to provide better ...

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Non-athletes unfamiliar with recruiting decision

Many students are not informed about the University's decision to reduce the number of admissions spots for recruited athletes, according to a recent Herald poll. A plurality of 33.7 percent indicated they were not familiar enough to answer a question about the number of spots, which was revised in ...

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