Letters and Announcements
|11/15/2013||Committee Membership Announcement|
|11/6/2013||Letter to the Campus Community|
|10/29/2013||Letter to the Brown Community|
|10/27/2013||Letter to Brown Alumni and Friends|
|10/27/2013||October meeting of the Corporation|
|10/27/2013||Coal Divestment Update|
|9/11/2013||Message about Campus Safety|
|7/11/2013||Letter to the Brown Community|
|6/27/2013||Announcement of Dr. Jack Elias as dean of medicine and biological sciences at Brown|
|6/27/2013||Redevelopment project in Providence’s Jewelry District|
|5/25/2013||May meeting of the Corporation|
|4/25/2013||Condolences to the family of Sunil Tripathi|
|4/11/2013||Engineering gift announcement|
|3/22/2013||On the passing of Chinua Achebe, the David and Marianna Fisher University professor and professor of African studies|
|3/5/2013||Response to the Report of the Advisory Committee on Childcare|
|2/14/2013||News from the Corporation|
|December 17, 2014||Interim Report: Task Force on Sexual Assault|
|Sept 24, 2014||Response To The Reports On The Events Of October 29, 2013|
|2014||2013 President's Report (PDF)|
|May 20, 2014||Second Report: Committee on Events of Oct 29, 2013 (PDF)|
|April 23, 2014||Final Report: Environmental Change Task Force (PDF)|
|February 19, 2014||Report on Events of Oct-29-2013|
Brown Alumni Magazine: From the President
Sangeeta Bhatia ’90 — University trustee, MD-PhD, MIT professor — and keynoter at the groundbreaking for the new School of Engineering research building last fall—doesn’t just peer into the engineering future. She defines it. ...
When BrownTogether, our new, comprehensive fund-raising campaign, was unveiled to the community on a crisp evening in October, there were currents of promise, hope, and pride in the air ...
The campus is alive with students returning to their academic “home” for another year, and others eager to begin their Brown journey. It’s a reminder that they all chose this University for what sets this university apart from other leading institutions of higher education.
Reunion and commencement weekend marked the conclusion of a momentous celebration of the University’s 250th anniversary, a festive send-off for our graduates and their families, and an opportunity to reflect on the past year while also looking ahead to the future.
At its February meeting, following an affirmative vote by the Brown faculty, the Brown Corporation approved establishing two additional opportunities for Brown students to proudly serve our nation.
On December 15, I joined numerous Rhode Island leaders, including Governor-elect Gina Raimondo and Providence mayor-elect Jorge Elorza, in a special groundbreaking.
Brown has always attracted students who want to use the insights they gain in the classroom to solve real-world problems, locally and globally.
The first Brown students I met were members of the men’s and women’s track and field teams.
How will we prepare future leaders to understand and manage complex social and environmental systems?
The 250th anniversary of Brown’s founding provides an exceptional opportunity to reflect on transformative moments that have shaped our University’s distinctive history.
This year, Brown celebrates not one anniversary but two.
In January, I joined more than 100 university and college presidents at a higher education summit at the White House.
Last week, I attended the opening of an art exhibit at the Watson Institute for International Studies
In 1850, President Francis Wayland said of the Brown curriculum that “the various courses should be so arranged that, insofar as practicable, every student might study what he chose, all that he chose, and nothing but what he chose.”