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Prof. named Leopold Leadership fellow

Assistant Professor of Biology Stephen Porder was awarded the Leopold Leadership Fellowship, which aims to train environmental scientists to share research with the general public and policymakers in order to effect positive change. Porder received the fellowship last week. “I think (Porder) sees ...

The Setonian
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Satellite eateries spice up offerings

Shanghai Restaurant food has returned to the Blue Room after service was suspended last April when a student found a grasshopper in her food. Shanghai will be served Thursdays and Sundays, and for the first time, Mama Kim's will be offered Tuesdays and Saturdays as an official menu fixture.

The Setonian
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$5.5 million grant to help fund labs

The University's Center of Biomedical Excellence for Cancer Signaling Networks was recently awarded a Center of Biomedical Research Excellence grant worth more than $5.5 million to be paid in annual $1.1 million increments for five years. The grant will be used to purchase and maintain new equipment ...

The Setonian
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Three-quarters of undergrads happy at Brown

The Princeton Review has ranked Brown students the happiest in America for the past two years, and there are no signs this reputation for bliss is amiss. According to last month's Herald poll, 72 percent of students are very happy with their Brown experience. Twenty-four percent said they were somewhat ...

The Setonian
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Conference addresses immigration

Five days after University researchers released a poll showing public division over immigration issues, academic and policy leaders met for a conference entitled "Policy and Demographics in Rhode Island: A Symposium on Immigrants and Immigration in the State" Saturday in MacMillan 117, adding a human ...

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Brown Bookstore: Symposium not a threat

Three months after its opening, Symposium Books on Thayer St. has not brought the heat of increased competition to the Brown Bookstore, according to Steven Souza, director of Bookstore administration.  Though the stores are separated by only a block, "Symposium is in a different world," Souza said. ...

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