The Population Studies and Training Center receives two grants to back its research and training.
By shedding new light on communication between parts of the brain during sleep, a Brown scientist challenges the reigning theory of long-term memory storage.
Credit: Diane Diederich, iStockphoto
The Brown Curriculum attracts curious, motivated and confident scholars. Applying on-line is quickest and easiest. Application deadline is Jan. 1.
In the annual Levinger Lecture, economist Karen Davis, president of The Commonwealth Fund, will discuss “Why We’re Not Number One: A Look At High Performance Health Systems Across the Globe,” 4 p.m., Nov. 28.
Senior Keriann Backus has been selected as a Rhodes Scholar for 2007. Backus is pursuing a double bachelor’s degree in chemistry and Latin American Studies.
Meet Jim Yong Kim ’82, provider of care to developing nations; peek inside the new Sidney E. Frank Hall; and discover what campus Democrats and Republicans really think.
Pictured: Jim Yong Kim, M.D.
Women’s Launch Pad is a new program developed by the Women’s Leadership Council to match graduates as mentors with undergraduate senior women.
Meet Katherine Chon, Edwidge Danticat and Louella Hill, three graduates who are opening doors and changing lives.
The men’s basketball victory over Providence College is the first win for new head coach Craig Robinson.
photo by dspics.com.
For the Thanksgiving holiday, Brown is closed on Thursday, November 22 and will reopen Monday, November 27.