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Phi Beta Kappa inducts 105 seniors

One hundred and five seniors were inducted this week into the Rhode Island Alpha chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, “the oldest and most prestigious academic honors organization in the nation,” Chapter Administrator Mary Jo Foley wrote in an email to The Herald. Brown is one of 283 higher education institutions ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: April 14, 2015

Sexual misconduct claims filed against former Yale nephrology professor Rex Mahnensmith, a former nephrology professor at the Yale School of Medicine, has been accused of committing several acts of sexual assault between 2002 and 2013, while he was director of the New Haven Dialysis Clinic, the New ...

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Tisch accepts position at Cohen’s new firm

Chancellor Thomas Tisch ’76 P’18 accepted a position Wednesday on the six-person external advisory board of Point72, the investment firm founded by emeritus Corporation Trustee Steven Cohen P’08 P’16 almost two years after his former hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors L.P. faced five counts of ...

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UC Irvine vetoes campus ban on American flags

Leaders of the Associated Students of the University of California at Irvine met Saturday to veto resolution R50-70, a motion to ban the American flag on campus, NBC Los Angeles and CBS Los Angeles reported. In a six-to-four vote Thursday, with two abstaining, the group’s general body passed a resolution ...

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Student found not responsible for sexual assault

The student accused of sexual assault by one of two female students who reported being drugged at an October party has been found not responsible by the University’s Student Conduct Board, according to a Feb. 20 letter reviewed by The Herald from Deputy Provost Joseph Meisel to the complainant. Meisel, ...

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Phi Beta Kappa announces junior inductees

The Rhode Island Alpha chapter of Phi Beta Kappa elected 32 juniors Thursday, wrote Chapter Administrator Mary Jo Foley in an email to The Herald. Phi Beta Kappa was founded in 1776, and Brown’s chapter became the organization’s seventh in 1830. To be eligible for induction to the nation’s oldest ...

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