Thirty-four Brown researchers, including seven from the School of Engineering, are receiving University research awards through eight Research Seed grants and 13 Richard B. Salomon Faculty Research Awards, with awards totaling more than $640,000.
Brown University is recruiting exceptionally talented researchers who have received their Ph.D. in engineering, or an engineering-related discipline, within the past year, or who expect to do so by July 2015, and who aspire to pursue careers as leaders in innovation in a field of engineering in which Brown University’s School of Engineering is focusing its activities.
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Brown University seeks a distinguished senior scholar in Engineering to assume the newly created Hugh W. Pearson Family Professorship in Technology and Entrepreneurship. This newly endowed chair will be an important component of the Brown program in technology & entrepreneurship and innovation management.
The School of Engineering and the Institute for Brain Science at Brown University invite applications for tenure-track faculty in Neuroengineering, as part of continued strategic growth in Biomedical Engineering and Brain Science that includes several new faculty positions.