Currently located in Berlin at the home of American artist Ryan Mendoza, the historic home could begin a three-month stay in Providence in spring 2018 if initial plans materialize as envisioned by the University’s Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice and WaterFire Arts Providence.
For a firsthand experience of the University’s distinctive academic, extracurricular and social offerings, parents, siblings and other family members will join students on campus for Family Weekend 2017.
As assistant vice president and executive director of health and wellness, Brown-trained physician and master’s alumna, and longtime Wellesley College health services director will oversee all medical and mental health services for students.
When evolving in environments where a lack of predators makes food scarcity the main survival challenge, guppy mothers gestate their young longer so that they are born more ready to compete for their meals.
For the second time since Brown’s faculty voted to change Fall Weekend to Indigenous People’s Day, an open-to-the-public gathering on Sunday will mark the occasion with community-building and celebration.
A new $225,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will fund a yearlong seminar series examining how we have arrived at current understandings of race and indigeneity in North and South America.
Graduate students Chinyere Agbai and Arjee Restar have earned competitive national awards from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to support their studies to improve health for underserved populations.
Since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, Dr. Janice Santos, assistant professor of surgery and a physician with Brown Urology, has been working to help provide relief where an urgent medical crisis continues.
New research shows that equatorial waves — pulses of warm ocean water that play a role in regulating Earth’s climate — are driven by the same dynamics as the exotic materials known as topological insulators.