Orlando Bravo ’92 stepped down from his post as a trustee on the Corporation in May.
Charlie ClynesUniversity News Editor
Charlie Clynes is a University News editor covering University Hall and graduate schools. He is a junior concentrating in History and Applied Math.
A Herald analysis of compensation data — from IRS form 990 tax filings since 2013 and the Office of Institutional Research — identified a growing gap between compensation for Paxson and faculty members. And professors from Brown’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors ...
The Corporation, the University’s highest governing body, approved a $1.69 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2024 in its May meetings, according to a Today @ Brown message from President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20.
AAUP-hosted presentation sparks frustration with administration from professors.
Welcome to The Herald’s spring 2023 poll. Between March 7 and 9, Herald staffers polled over 1,000 undergraduate students on a variety of questions ranging from demographics and lifestyle to the approval ratings of campus leaders and policies.
Undergraduate tuition will increase from $62,680 to $65,656, and medical school tuition will increase by 3% to $69,286. The rise in tuition was paired with a 9% increase in the undergraduate financial aid budget.
This morning, the University released the details of its Operational Plan for Investing in Research, which aims to increase University research output over the next five to seven years through investments in “space, faculty, staff and students,” according to a letter from President Christina ...
Last spring, as most students prepared for the end of the academic year, Thomas Varley went on strike. Along with the rest of the Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition at Indiana University Bloomington, Varley — a union representative for students in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences ...