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Our ability to realize the goals we have set for Brown is directly dependent on our ability to attract and retain the very best faculty and to provide the support those faculty need to teach and carry on research programs that are truly distinguished. Accordingly, significant attention has been given to sustaining and increasing the quality of our faculty and providing significantly better support so that they and our students can do the very best work possible.

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Faculty Recongized for contributions to the Life and Physical sciences

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has elected three Brown University professors – Mary Carskadon, Stephen McGarvey and Carle Pieters – fellows for their significant contributions to the life and physical sciences. [More]


Four Brown Faculty Inducted as AAAS Fellows

Engineers Alan Needleman and Arto Nurmikko, physicist J. Michael Kosterlitz, and ecologist Jerry M. Melillo have been inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a distinction of excellence in science, scholarship, business, public affairs and the arts. Needleman, Nurmikko and Kosterlitz are professors at Brown; Melillo is a researcher at the Marine Biological Laboratory who holds a joint appointment at Brown through the Brown-MBL Graduate Program in Biological and Environmental Sciences. [More]

News in Brief

New Faculty Profiles: Humanities, Social, Physical and Life Sciences

Brown Faculty and Grad Student Honored with ACLS Fellowships [More]

Five Brown Faculty Members Receive 2007 Guggenheim Fellowships [More]

Brown University has appointed 23 current faculty members to endowed and named professorships [More]

Modernist Journal Project receives NEH grant to digitize rare periodicals [More]