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CareerLAB seeks new adviser

As seniors return to campus to begin the full-time job recruitment process, the Center for Careers and Life After Brown is seeking a new adviser for the business, finance and consulting fields. Eric Nichols, who formerly held the position, left the University for a new position as director of admission ...

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Looking ahead from inside the Ivy gates

Eighty-six percent of college first-years nationwide selected the ability to secure a better job as a "very important" factor in choosing to attend college - this compared to only 72 percent that chose gaining "a general education and appreciation of ideas" as very important, according to the 2011 Cooperative ...

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Islamic health association reaches out to uninsured

A woman, unemployed and uninsured for six months, saw her blood pressure and blood sugar rise to a dangerous level. But she was unaware anything was wrong until she attended a health screening sponsored by the American Islamic Wellness Association, said Jeena Ahmed PhD'11.

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University News

Transfer apps rise by 20 percent

For the first time, Brown's acceptance rate for transfer applications may drop below its acceptance rate for first-year applications, according to Dean of Admission Jim Miller '73. The University received around 1,950 transfer applications this year — a 20 percent increase from last year's 1,621 ...

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No-confidence vote shakes RISD

Spurred by the administration's unpopular plan to reorganize academic divisions, faculty at the Rhode Island School of Design voted "no confidence" in President John Maeda and Provost Jessie Shefrin by a margin of 147 to 32 March 2.

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