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Op-Ed: A new president for Indonesia, continued abuses for citizens
The ascension of Megawati Sukarnoputri was supported by one of the most brutal and unaccountable militaries in the world. Now, Janet Gunter writes, the United States and others must press her to become a force for change, reform and true, sustainable peace.
News Release   01-007    07/27/2001   Kerlin
Evidence of icy region and recent climate change observed on Mars
Evidence of water ice has been detected on Mars in a location that indicates the planet's climate has changed relatively recently during the last 100,000 years, according to Brown University geologist John Mustard. The data was collected using NASA's Mars Orbiter Camera.
News Release   01-006    07/26/2001   Kerlin
Diane Balestri named VP for Computing and Information Services
Diane Pelkus Balestri, currently vice president at Vassar College, has been named vice president for computing and information services at Brown University. She will begin her work at Brown in January 2002.
News Release   01-005    07/25/2001   Nickel
Paxil treats major depression in adolescents, study finds
Paxil is a safe and effective treatment for major depression in adolescents, suggests a Brown-led study in the current "Journal of the Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry." No antidepressant is currently labeled for use in teens.
News Release   01-003    07/23/2001   Turner
Hospice care in nursing homes can reduce end-of-life hospital stays
The presence of hospice care in a nursing home cuts cumbersome and costly hospital stays for elderly residents in the last days of life, says a new Brown study in the "American Journal of Medicine."
News Release   01-004    07/23/2001   Turner
Medical mission brings students to Ghana
Brown Chapter of the Student National Medical Association held HIV-prevention workshops for high schools, churches in Ghana
GSJ Story   25GSJ20a    07/20/2001   Turner
Medical mission brings students to Ghana
Brown Chapter of the Student National Medical Association held HIV-prevention workshops for high schools, churches in Ghana
GSJ Story   25GSJ30a    07/20/2001   Turner
Donate a book during Staff Development Day
SAC is sponsoring a Bring a Book to Brown as a public service project during Staff Development Day
GSJ Story   25GSJ30b    07/20/2001   SAC
R.I. welfare caseloads drop, are concentrated in four geographic areas
Researchers at Brown University used state welfare caseload data from the Rhode Island Department of Human Services along with population figures from the U.S. Census to study welfare trends and implications for cities and towns. Among the conclusions: Welfare caseloads are down since the implementation of state welfare reform in 1997, and cases are concentrated in Providence, Pawtucket, Central Falls and Woonsocket.
News Release   01-002    07/17/2001   Sweeney
Statewide job listing service offered to nonprofit, public employers
Brown University's Swearer Center for Public Service and Rhode Island Campus Compact have developed a Rhode Island Community Jobs List service designed to link nonprofit and public interest employers with prospective employees.
News Release   01-001    07/09/2001   Curtis

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