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U. may boost aid for employees’ children

Just over 400 children of University employees currently receive benefits from the Tuition Aid Program, including 57 TAP recipients who attend Brown, said Harold Roth, professor of religious studies and member of the Faculty Executive Committee. The program provides financial aid to University employees’ ...


RIPTA proposes major route changes

The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority recently released two proposed scenarios for sweeping changes to its operations, which will change RIPTA’s 50-plus routes in order to enhance its speed, convenience and ease of use. Services will be redirected from underused lines to routes with higher demand, ...


Scholars reflect on jobs, experiences before Brown

While it may feel like some teachers were born to lecture, not all who take up the lectern have spent their lifetimes climbing up the ivory tower. Some professors and lecturers pursued a variety of jobs before arriving at Brown, from consulting to translating.   Passing up the bar for books Richard ...

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With renovations, U. seeks better city ties

Five previously neglected houses on Brown, Benevolent and Brook streets have been renovated and sold to faculty through the Brown to Brown Home Ownership Program over the past five years. Houses in the program, which are in states of disrepair or disuse, are sold to eligible faculty and staff for 80 ...

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Programs seek to boost campus entrepreneurship

The University was named a Changemaker Campus last month by Ashoka U, an accelerator for social entrepreneurship at institutions of higher education. Nineteen colleges and universities were selected this year through a process that included interviews, a site visit and a selection panel that evaluated ...

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