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Michael J. Frank was one of two recipients awarded the $75,000 Troland Research award. The award honors early career research to further empirical investigations in experimental psychology.

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University Professor Michael J. Frank named one of two 2021 Troland Research Award recipients

February 22, 2021 0 comments

Michael J. Frank, professor of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences and director of the Carney Center for Computational Brain Science, was named one of two recipients of the Troland Research Award last month. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry Ou Chen and Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Emilia Huerta-Sanchez will each receive a $75,000 grant to advance their research over a two-year period. They are two of 126 recipients of the Sloan Research Fellowship this year.

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Two Brown assistant professors receive $75,000 grant for up-and-coming research

March 6, 2020 1 comment

Two University assistant professors received one of the most prestigious awards for an early-career researcher in science, mathematics or economics when they were named 2020 Sloan Research Fellows last month.

Seed and Salomon Awards support research at Brown

Science & Research

Seed and Salomon Awards support research at Brown

March 5, 2020 Comments are Disabled

Since 2003, the University has helped initiate and develop research projects through the Seed and Salomon awards. The Office of the Vice President for Research recently announced the 2020 winners in both categories. Vice President for Research Jill Pipher, Elisha Benjamin Andrews professor of mathematics, describes the Seed awards as […]

Professor of Islamic Humanities, History and Religious Studies Shahzad Bashir gave his Presidential Faculty Award Lecture Monday afternoon. In his talk titled, “Dwelling in a World of Poetry,” Bashir discussed the prevalence of poetic language in medieval Islamic culture.

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Shahzad Bashir lectures on Middle Eastern world of poetry

February 25, 2020 Comments are Disabled

During his Presidential Faculty Award Lecture, titled “Dwelling in a World of Poetry,” Professor of Islamic Humanities, History and Religious Studies Shahzad Bashir spoke Monday afternoon about the prevalence of poetic language in medieval Islamic culture.

Ryan Saadeh '20 was one of 46 American students to receive a Marshall Scholarship, which will cover the cost of one to three years of post-graduate study.

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Ryan Saadeh ’20 wins Marshall Scholarship

January 23, 2020 Comments are Disabled

In December, Ryan Saadeh ’20 won a 2020 Marshall Scholarship, a prestigious fellowship that covers the costs of one to three years of post-graduate study in the United Kingdom.

Marin Hinkle ’88 plays the role of Rose Weissman, the mother of Miriam “Midge” Maisel who is played by Rachel Brosnahan.

Arts & Culture

Marin Hinkle ’88 finds courage in season two of ‘Mrs. Maisel’

September 20, 2019 Comments are Disabled

“I’m going to Paris.” Rose Weissman, mother of housewife turned stand-up comedian Miriam “Midge” Maisel, declares her intention to move to the City of Light in the first episode of the second season of Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” 

Rose Lang-Maso ’20 received the 2019 Truman Scholarship, which highlights demonstrated high academic achievement and public service.

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Rose Lang-Maso ’20 wins Truman Scholarship

April 12, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Rose Lang-Maso ’20 was selected as one of 62 winners of the 2019 Truman Scholarship Thursday, according to the Truman Foundation’s website. The scholarship awards college juniors from across the country who demonstrate high academic achievement and a strong commitment to public service.

The Hyundai Visionary Challenge invites students to submit research in an effort to promote smart mobility. The competition’s themes include biology-inspired mobility and digital phenotyping.

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Hyundai, University tackle research challenge

September 13, 2018 Comments are Disabled

On Sept. 10, the submissions portal for the Hyundai Visionary Challenge opened exclusively to University students, alums and teaching faculty members.

Singh awarded for paper on ethnic diversity

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Singh awarded for paper on ethnic diversity

October 10, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Prerna Singh received the 2016 Best Paper Award from the Comparative Political Studies Journal.

Comparative literature professor wins humanities fellowship

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Comparative literature professor wins humanities fellowship

April 18, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature Elias Muhanna leans back in his office chair, sporting a purple-checkered button-down shirt.