• 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.

  • Orientation 2016

    Orientation 2016

    About 700 new graduate students will attend Orientation on September 2. New international students will arrive in time for sessions on August 25 and 26. See the schedules

  • Master's Education

    Master's Education

    Brown offers 31 master's programs, ranging from Literary Arts to Computer Science. Hear from 2015-16 students about their goals and development. Learn about the academic programs.

  • Leadership

    Leadership

    Dean Andrew G. Campbell embarks on an outreach campaign to create the Graduate School's strategic plan.  His term began July 1. Read his message

  • Summer B-Lab

    Summer B-Lab

    Fourteen graduate students and recent alumni delved into B-Lab. Participants pursued creative and entrepreneurial passions in the eight-week program, which includes undergraduates. Hear about a ventureRead about team projects.

  • Summer Research

    Summer Research

    More than 200 PhD students received summer travel funds, including Adam Lanman. He went to Australia to help construct a radio telescope array used for astrophysical and cosmological research. Learn more about travel grants.

  • Engaged Scholarship

    Engaged Scholarship

    Master's students in Urban Education Policy focused on community-based research this summer. One group facilitated collaboration between a local youth agency and 12 higher education institutions. Read more.

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News and Announcements

Brown, Citing NLRB Ruling, Voices Support for Student Discussions

After the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruling that graduate students at Columbia University are employees and have the right to unionize, Brown University leaders said in a statement that they will comply with the decision and support discussions among graduate students as they explore whether or not unionization is right for them. Prior to the NLRB's August 23 decision, Dean Andrew G. Campbell echoed Provost Richard M. Locke's call for constructive dialogue about graduate education and graduate student unionization in the coming weeks and months. "This moment allows us to focus on the contributions of graduate students to the teaching and research mission of Brown University," Dean Campbell said. See FAQs and resources

Brown Welcomes New International Students

Dean Andrew G. Campbell welcomed 265 new international graduate students to campus on August 25, on day one of a two-day orientation. Julian Saporiti, a doctoral student in ethnomusicology,  performed an original song he composed especially to greet them. Twenty-five returning graduate students led small-group discussions over lunch. The Graduate School hosts International Orientation, in partnership with the Office of International Student and Scholar Services, the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life and Student Services, and the Office of Global Engagement. Read about optional courses and social activities.

Federal Fellowships Webinar

A panel of experts will share tips on successfully applying for federal fellowships and traineeships on Wednesday, August,  24 from 1-2:30 p.m. Panelists from NASA, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation will attend. Register today. To access the webinar, use the event password: 8sHU24T@.