International Student Organizations

At Brown there are nearly 40 international student organizations representing interests in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, Oceania, and the Middle East. These groups organize a variety of social and cultural events, and produce several internationally-oriented publications. Listed below is information on how to find out about student groups, as well as links to a prominent international student organization and a well-known student publication with an international focus.

Student Activities Office

SAO manages all approved student groups, giving information on how to form new groups and a mechanism, MyGroups, that enables individuals to browse and manage groups of interest.

For more information, visit:

http://brown.edu/Administration/Student_Activities/

 

Student Groups on Facebook

A full listing of international students groups, as well as more detailed information about each one of them, is available on the online Facebook community.

For more information, visit:

http://www.facebook.com/BrownUniversity?v=wall#!/BrownUniversity?v=app_11007063052

 

International Mentoring Program

The International Mentoring Program is a year-long peer support initiative which helps incoming international students grow accustomed to life both in the United States and at Brown. An international mentor is assigned to each individual interested in joining the program and is one of many advisors, mentors, and counselors that one meets when first arriving at Brown.

For more information, visit:

http://students.brown.edu/imp/

 

The Brown Journal of World Affairs

The Brown Journal of World Affairs is a nonprofit, semi-annual publication which responds to the need for a clear, incisive, and dynamic examination of contemporary international issues. The Journal provides a forum for world leaders, policymakers, and prominent academics to engage in vigorous debate on intellectual breadth and vibrancy that bridges the gap between academic discourse and mainstream media.

For more information, visit:

http://www.bjwa.org/