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The candidate

Teresa Tanzi may well have been the first-ever member of Brown's class of 2010, but she won't share the stage this weekend with her one-time classmates. In fact, she never even took a class with them.

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Brown's 2010 honorary degree recipients

This year Brown will award honorary degrees to eight individuals prominent in a variety of fields, including film, public service and historical scholarship. The recipients were selected by the Board of Fellows of the Corporation, based on recommendations from the Advisory Committee on Honorary Degrees. ...

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When building Brown meant burning bridges

Bracketed by the Van Wickle Gates and Soldiers Arch, Brown's bustling campus 50 years ago reached little beyond the Main Green and Lincoln Field. A residential neighborhood of old colonial homes and stately Victorian mansions extended right to its doorstep. Today, the University sprawls over most of ...

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In hiring, hallmark of a broader push on Africa by University

When the University announced it had hired famed African writer Chinua Achebe last month, it brought into its Department of Africana Studies one of the world's highest-profile thinkers on Africa. But rather than an isolated move, the hiring is just the latest indicator of a consistent effort to enhance ...

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Alison Cohen

Education, environmental justice, women's health, chemistry — at first glance, the different passions that Alison Cohen '09 pursues seem loosely connected. But in her academic work and outside activities, the San Francisco native has brought together her diverse array of interests, earning recognition ...

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Health is a global right, says Kim '82

Physician and public health leader Jim Yong Kim '82 discussed global health's future — and his own as the recently elected president of Dartmouth — in Andrews Dining Hall Tuesday afternoon, stressing the importance of broad-based health solutions over tackling diseases one-by-one.

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