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Service and schoolwork combine in new program

Community service is a part of many Brown students' extracurricular experience, but new programs — such as the Engaged Scholars Initiative — at the Swearer Center for Public Service support service learning in courses and research. The center is particular about using the term "engaged scholars" ...

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Faculty debate proposed changes to tenure process

Faculty members and administrators engaged in a heated discussion at Tuesday afternoon's faculty forum about the changes to the tenure review process recommended last month in a report by the ad hoc Committee to Review Tenure and Faculty Development. To accommodate a large crowd, the forum was held ...

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Monk lectures on 'search for self'

A scholar of one of the mystical traditions of Hinduism, Swami Atmarupananda of the international Ramakrishna Order of Monks, led four guided meditations Sunday centered around the theme "Who am I? The Search for the Self" as part of the Sixth Annual Mary Interlandi '05 Lectureship. The event, held ...

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History's Wood wins book award

The New York Historical Society has awarded its annual book prize to Gordon Wood, professor emeritus of history, for his recently published book, "Empire of Liberty: A History of the Early Republic, 1789–1815." As Wood's work, which was published in October, begins to win accolades, he faces a ...

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Faculty debate engineering school

A Tuesday faculty forum to discuss a proposal to transform the division of engineering to full-fledged school drew about 60 professors and administrators, mostly from the sciences, and many of whom expressed skepticism of the proposal. The most contentious part of the discussion, which preceded an April ...

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U. committee OKs engineering school proposal

The proposal to create a school of engineering at Brown is about to pass through the final stages of approval, nearly two years since the first version was written before summer 2008. Provost David Kertzer '69 P'95 P'98 said the Academic Priorities Committee, on which he serves, gave a "thumbs up to ...

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