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Topic: Strategic Plan

The University’s 10-year strategic plan was launched in 2014 by President Christina Paxson P ’19.

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Paxson and Locke reflect on ‘Building on Distinction’

February 20, 2020 0 comments

Following the midpoint of the 10-year strategic plan “Building on Distinction,” President Christina Paxson P ’19 and Provost Richard Locke P ’18 discussed the plan’s accomplishments and steps the University must take in the next five years to reach the outlined goals.

University develops plan to spur state economic innovation

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University develops plan to spur state economic innovation

October 19, 2018 0 comments

In an effort to strengthen ties to the Rhode Island community and promote dynamic economic growth, the University partnered with the government, industry and other universities to launch the Brown and the Innovation Economy initiative June 28.

Former Swearer Center Director Roger Nozaki MAT’89 stands with President Christina Paxson P’19. Their vision continues to guide the Swearer Center.

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Swearer Center grapples with history, identity under new strategic plan

April 11, 2017 1 comment
This article is part of the series A Shifting Swearer

“I started college in 2008 … (when) there was a tent city in Providence,” said Beth Caldwell ’12.

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Most sophomore seminars see low enrollment

September 18, 2014 2 comments

As shopping period draws to a close, enrollment in some of the seven sophomore seminars being offered this semester remains low.

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In welcome address, Paxson encourages student engagement

September 2, 2014 2 comments

“I love talking to students; so do my two poodles. So please stop and say hello,” President Christina Paxson said in her address to first-years and parents.

Poll shows split opinion on U.’s population growth proposal

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Poll shows split opinion on U.’s population growth proposal

April 24, 2014 2 comments

Undergrads are divided on Paxson’s proposal to increase the total student and faculty population by approximately 1 percent each year over the next decade.