Adam Moreno: The bird lover

Graduating senior Adam Moreno created a bilingual field guide to help Providence elementary school students of any background identify the city's birds.

Anne Prusky: The power of language

For graduating senior Anne Prusky, one American Sign Language class sparked a full-blown passion for supporting the deaf community and understanding the relationship between language and society.

Amanda Bailey to lead human resources at Brown

As vice president for human resources, the longtime leader will focus on operational excellence, employee development and ensuring a community of employees that includes all of its members and welcomes new ones.

Sierra Edd: Politics and art

Graduating senior Sierra Edd, born on a Navajo reservation in New Mexico, was one of the leaders in the push to recognize Indigenous People's Day at Brown.

Eric Rosen: Computer science for everyone

From local high school classrooms to the Brown Robotics Lab, graduating senior Eric Rosen has spent his undergraduate years focused on applying computer science to real life.

Mursal Gardezi: The real deal

Together with other researchers at Brown, graduating senior Mursal Gardezi has found a speedier way for surgeons to test for bacterial infections — potentially revolutionizing the way infections are treated.

Aidea Downie: Let’s be honest here

Inspired by a Brown class she took on the history of imprisonment and captivity, graduating senior Aidea Downie started and nurtured a prisoner teaching program on campus.

Tin Dang: In and out of the lab

Tin Dang, a graduating senior, dedicated much of his time at Brown to mentoring and advising other first-generation students.

Brown celebrates University of Puerto Rico students

After a year spent immersed in new academic opportunities at Brown, but far from family members battling the effects of Hurricane Maria, 33 visiting students will continue their studies at UPR and beyond.

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