• Campus Culture

    Campus Culture

    Graduate students make up a quarter of Brown’s student population. Learn about our culture, distinctive 
    opportunities, and academic programs. Read about initiatives in doctoral education and support.

  • Master's Education

    Master's Education

    Brown offers 32 master's programs, ranging from Data Science to Public Health. Learn about the academic programs

  • Leadership

    Leadership

    Andrew G. Campbell, the 15th dean of the Graduate School: We are deeply committed to the work of broadening participation in higher education and creating a more diverse and inclusive scholarly community. 

  • Professional Development

    Professional Development

    Actors in the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA program prepare for March and April industry showcases in New York and Los Angeles. "Our MFA showcase is an essential component in the launch of these talented young professionals into the industry," says Professor Curt Columbus, Theatre Arts & Performance Studies. Read more.

  • Open Graduate Education

    Open Graduate Education

    Samantha Lash, a PhD student in Archeology, is pursuing a master’s in Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences through the Open Graduate Education program. This unique combination is opening doors and catalyzing connections that may have not been otherwise possible, she says. Read more.

  • Global Immersion

    Global Immersion

    PRIME master's students visit start-ups, incubators and established companies of varying sizes in Europe during their Global Immersion Experience. They spend time with company technologists and learn about the particular challenges of doing business in each country. Learn more.

  • GradCON 2019

    GradCON 2019

    More than 30 alumni shared insights at GradCON 2019. “Reach out to researchers to learn about their experiences and career paths; talk to people with a variety of titles. Gain strong communication skills in conveying complex research to non-technical audiences by taking opportunities to teach, give talks and write," says Anna Hartley ’13 PhD, Senior Research Scientist, Amazon.

  • Research Matters!

    Research Matters!

    Twelve graduate students explained the importance of their research at the Graduate School’s fourth Research Matters event. Topics ranged from oceans on Mars to creating privacy-preserving tools for blockchain. Read more.

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News and Announcements

Master’s Awards Go to Adia, King, and Doyle

L to R: Alexander Adia, Wesley King, Kelly DoyleL to R: Alexander Adia, Wesley King, Kelly DoyleThree students will receive the Graduate School’s annual master's prizes, with Alexander Adia to be recognized for academic accomplishment; Wesley King for engaged citizenship and community service; and Kelly Doyle for professional excellence. Adia, a master's student in Public Health, will be recognized for his research on the barriers to HIV prevention, treatment, and care in Manila, Philippines. King, also a master’s student in Public Health, will be honored for his research and advocacy on behalf of LGBT health scholarship and, in particular, transgender health. Doyle, an executive master student in Healthcare Leadership, will be recognized for her Critical Challenge Project surrounding the opioid epidemic in America. Read more.

Joukowsky Awards Recognize Four Outstanding Dissertations

The 2019 Joukowsky Family Foundation Outstanding Dissertation Awards will be awarded to Reyhan Durmaz, William Jordan, Evgenios Kornaropoulos and Florian Gunsilius as they receive their doctoral degrees from Brown University on May 26. The prizes recognize superior achievements in research by students completing the doctoral degree. This year the research topics range from writings on the lives of saints to gene activity in fruit flies and novel solutions for database security to the validity of an instrument for causal inference in observational studies in economics. Read more.

GSC Honors Two Program Staff Members

The 2019 Wilson-DeBlois Award will honor Vanessa Ryan, Co-Deputy Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Dean of Student Development. This year, Dr. Laura Sobik, Assistant Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, wins the Bates-Clapp Award. Each year the Graduate Student Council (GSC) honors two staff members recognized by remarkable contributions to graduate students and the Graduate School. Read more.

Cherry and Foster Win Advising and Mentoring Awards

Professors John Cherry and Andrew Foster received 2019 Graduate School Faculty Awards for Advising and Mentoring at the University Awards Ceremony in late April. As Director of Graduate Study and Professor of Archaeology, Classics and Anthropology, John Cherry’s nominators share that his greatest strength as an advisor comes from how much he cares about each of his students as individuals and scholars. Andrew Foster, Social Science Research Institute Director and Professor of Economics, is lauded as a tireless and empathetic advisor who puts his students’ needs first. Read more.