A new research review chronicling the history and current state of medical education in China finds that the country’s quest to build up a medical education system to serve its massive population has produced a rapid, if uneven, result.
As it celebrates 25 years of impact, Leadership Alliance will convene college and university presidents, leaders from public and private sectors to create strategies to achieve and sustain diversity in academia and beyond.
Brown organist Mark Steinbach offers a glimpse of the University's traditional midnight Halloween event — a celebration of spooky songs old and new delivered on the world's oldest Hutchings-Votey pipe organ.
An undergraduate team of emerging synthetic biologists from Brown and Stanford prepares to culminate a global competition this weekend after a productive nine months advancing the science of an entirely biological balloon.
With families traveling to the University from across the globe, Brown President Christina Paxson urged them to embrace the distinctive Brown experience where students engage in the “daring adventure” of learning.