Library and Digital Resources
The Brown University Library offers a wealth of information for graduate students, covering roughly 80 core areas, from traditional books and journals to original manuscripts and photographs, full-text databases, digital images, data sets and streaming multimedia. Learn more about the locations, materials, and resources available to the Brown community.
Find out about the various offices and centers across campus to help you develop the skills needed to succeed in both the academic and non-academic worlds after Brown.
Whether you pursue a career inside or outside of higher education, developing the necessary skills to communicate your knowledge, ideas and research to others is critical. Learn about the offices and programs available to help develop your classroom and communication skills.
Take advantage of this free academic service. The Center is staffed with experienced writers and teachers who offer support to graduate student of varying writing abilities.