Environmental Studies 0110 is both an introductory course on environmental change in the 21st century and a hands-on lab where students engage with how local communities and the natural environment intersect.
Building on its support for first-generation and low-income students, Brown launched the Kessler Scholars Program this fall to expand resources, advising and community support throughout students’ undergraduate education.
Results from this year’s R.I. Life Index survey, a partnership between Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Rhode Island and the Brown University School of Public Health, revealed sobering information about local quality of life.
A high-grade air quality sensor installed on Brown’s campus is providing detailed measurements of carbon dioxide and methane concentrations in Providence, painting a clearer picture of local air quality.
A Brown professor and two Brown-trained scientists co-authored a research review proposing a ‘more realistic’ conceptual model for understanding current and future changes to marine ecosystems in the wake of climate change.
The anthropology museum’s move to Providence’s Jewelry District, slated for Fall 2025, will open new possibilities for scholarship, community outreach and partnership with Indigenous communities worldwide.
Dr. Colleen Kelly, a faculty member at Brown’s Warren Alpert Medical School, donated her kidney to longtime colleague Chuck Hampton, who has greeted generations of Brown students at the campus Athletic Center.
Alumni and community members celebrated the newly transformed home of Africana Studies and Rites and Reason Theatre as part of a weekend of lectures and events focused on the Black experience at Brown.
Simulations produced by a Brown-led research team offer evidence that Venus once had plate tectonics — a finding that opens the door for the possibility of early life on the planet and insights into its history.
Packed with building tours, family activities, a ribbon-cutting and the center’s inaugural public performance, the weekend offered countless opportunities for community members to celebrate the arts at Brown.
A year ahead of schedule, the University has increased student veteran enrollment and exceeded its fundraising goal, cementing a future that supports veterans from all income levels and U.S. military backgrounds.
“Open again a turn of light,” written by Brown faculty members Eric Nathan and Sawako Nakayasu, will premiere on Saturday, Oct. 21, part of the inaugural public performance at The Lindemann Performing Arts Center.
A gathering convened by Brown RISD Hillel and Rohr Chabad House offered the chance for reflection and prayer on the toll the violence has taken on families directly affected and those who remain in fear as the conflict persists.
The first installment in a two-part series highlights how the University is making gains in varsity and club sports competitiveness and expanding recreational programs for athletes at every level of play.
A panel discussion on the impact of private equity on health care offered an opportunity to show how the School of Public Health’s Center for Advancing Health Policy Research aims to influence policy through research.
The professor and chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Brown’s Warren Alpert Medical School received the honor in recognition of his high-impact research to prevent adverse obstetric outcomes.