Brown biology students have an array of options following graduation. Alumni have pursued varied careers in fields such as medicine, business, research, and teaching. Brown biology students have gone on to work for many pioneering companies or attend prominent institutions. You can learn more about the alumni outcomes of our students here.
Brown's Office of Institutional Research houses an annual collection of data pertaining to the employment and post-baccalaureate education of undergraduate alumni five and ten years after graduating. OIR's Undergraduate Alumni Outcomes data is searchable by concentration.
BrownConnect invites alumni, parents and friends from Brown’s global community to post opportunities for internships, career advice, and networking. Students can search for internship and research opportunities in a wide range of fields and locations, as well as financial support for low-paid or unpaid internships. Alumni can find other alumni in their fields to foster professional relationships and strengthen their ties to the Brown community. Students and alumni alike have the opportunity to pursue mentoring relationships from others who share their common interests or who have pursued similar paths through Brown.