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Majority of faculty approves of Paxson

About 31 percent of the faculty strongly approves of Christina Paxson’s performance as president, and 35 percent reported they somewhat approve, according to a poll of the faculty The Herald conducted April 8 to April 12. Another 30 percent said they were not familiar enough to answer or had no opinion ...

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Faculty promotion process revised

Faculty members voted to revise the timeline and standardize procedures for promotion from associate to full professor at Tuesday’s faculty meeting. About 80 faculty members took part in the deliberations, which resulted in the passage of two motions to amend the Faculty Rules and Regulations. Faculty ...

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Tuition hikes could harm diversity, provost says

The current rate of tuition increase is unsustainable and, if unchecked, could limit the demographics of students who could attend Brown, Provost Mark Schlissel P’15 told faculty members Tuesday at this month’s faculty meeting. The budget for fiscal year 2014, approved by the Corporation, sets ...

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Planning committees seek faculty feedback

Following the release of their interim reports in January, President Christina Paxson’s six strategic planning committees are gathering faculty input through a series of discussions and forums that will continue through the semester. The committees will use the feedback as they finalize their reports ...

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Winter Storm Nemo whips across campus

Winter Storm Nemo dwindled to a close Saturday afternoon after covering Providence in about a foot and a half of snow. The University weathered the storm, with staff members initating campus-wide recovery efforts. The snow began around 9 a.m. Friday morning, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric ...

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Colloquium to address turbulence in Africa

The 2012 Achebe Colloquium on Africa, entitled "Governance, Security and Peace in Africa," will be held this Friday and Saturday at the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts. Convened by celebrated Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe, professor of Africana studies, this year's colloquium ...

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