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U. plans for fund-raising kickoff

Details are beginning to emerge about the University's plans for the Oct. 22 public kickoff of the $1.3 billion, five-year Campaign for Academic Enrichment, now in the second year of its "quiet," or private, phase. The kickoff, which will include public and private events around the country, will be ...

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LiSci construction on target for spring completion

The $95 million Life Sciences Building - the cornerstone of Brown's rapid expansion of its laboratory facilities - is on schedule to be completed next semester, even as neighborhood residents continue their lawsuit over its environmental effects.

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Author criticizes reparations movement

The idea of reparations for slavery presented by many black leaders is an impractical solution to the plight of black America, John McWhorter, a black author on the subject and a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, told an audience of about 70 students, faculty and staff Tuesday night in List ...

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Faculty forum explores internationalization opportunities

About 40 faculty and administrators and the newly appointed vice president for international affairs, David Kennedy '76, met for a forum on the University's internationalization effort Thursday afternoon in Salomon 101, offering a range of opinions and concerns about what such an initiative should look ...

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As IRB debate grows, profs push for reform

Though for some time there has been debate among faculty - especially in the social sciences - over procedures governing ethical oversight for research involving human subjects, there has been little institutional movement toward reform. But the volume of debate, both at the University and around the ...

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Corporation approves sites for two new buildings

The Corporation, the University's top governing body, this weekend approved the locations of two major capital construction projects, formally accepted over $12.5 million in gifts, discussed the ongoing review of the undergraduate College and considered a reassessment of Brown's strategic plans. In ...

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