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Students and parents were asked to name their 'dream school' — and the same college topped both lists
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The U.S. women's Olympic bobsled team boasts five master's degrees, making them "one of the most educated teams, I think, in these Olympics,” said team member Elana Meyers Taylor. One of the team members is Lauren Gibbs, who got her undergraduate degree at Brown and later earned an MBA from Pepperdine University.
Thu 22 Feb | Atlas Obscura
Article notes that Jeff D. Colgan, a professor of political science at Brown University, writes in an article released last week in the journal Global Environmental Politics, Camp Century represents both a second-order environmental threat from climate change and a new path to political conflict. “We’re starting to get better about dealing with the anticipated problems associated with climate change,” says Colgan. “There are going to be a whole host of unanticipated problems that we never saw coming.”
Wed 21 Feb | Providence Journal
The longtime coach, a former volleyball coach at Brown, and her former star have stayed in touch over the years and, according to Short, someone who had once competed in bobsledding was impressed with Gibbs’ strength and suggested she give the sport a try.
Wed 21 Feb | PV Magazine
Scientists led by Brown University have developed perovskite solar cells, which replace the toxic lead common to many of these material structures with titanium. The researchers say that with further optimization, the material could eventually be ideal for use as a tandem cell layer.
Tue 20 Feb | Healthday News
To see whether the program was working, researchers from Brown University compared overdose deaths among former inmates during the six months before the program started and the same period a year later. The researchers found a 61 percent drop in overdose deaths among former inmates.
Mon 19 Feb | WJAR
Brown University Men’s Hockey, along with Team IMPACT, which is a national nonprofit organization that connects children facing life-threatening or chronic illnesses with the support system of college sports teams, honored an eight-year-old boy battling a rare disease.
Mon 19 Feb | Chronicle of Higher Education
Brown topped the annual list of top producers of Fulbright students published by the Chronicle, with 39 undergraduates, graduates and recent alumni receiving the prestigious award from the U.S. State Department.
Thu 15 Feb | Providence Journal
Brown Chancellor Samuel M. Mencoff and wife Ann S. Mencoff have given Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School $50 million intended to help transform biomedical research into cures and treatments for disease, the university announced on Thursday.
Wed 14 Feb | Vice
A new Brown-led study shows that by targeting people with opioid addiction who are leaving the state’s combined jail and prison, Rhode Island cut the death rate among this group by 61 percent within a year.
Mon 12 Feb | Providence Journal
The clinical trial seeks to assess the safety, tolerability and effectiveness of the experimental drug Tauriel in people with early to mild signs of Alzheimer’s, according to the hospital’s Memory and Aging Program. The Butler group is affiliated with The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
Mon 5 Feb | Smithsonian
Article quotes Stephen Houston, professor of archaeology and anthropology at Brown, who was involved in the research that led to the discovery of more than 60,000 hidden Maya ruins in Guatemala in a major archaeological breakthrough.
Thu 1 Feb | WPRI
“The issues that are at stake are so important to every single Rhode Islander,” Paxson told Eyewitness News in an interview Wednesday on the university’s College Hill campus. “They are just first order of importance. This is about access to health care, quality of health care, economic development in the state, access to health care for underserved communities – so many, many dimensions.”