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Mark Blyth on Austerity
A Watson Institute video on the global trend toward Austerity budgets featuring Mark Blyth. Directed by Joe Posner. Produced by Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies (watsoninstitute.org) in association with the Global Conversation (globalconversation.org) and Global Media Project (globalmediaproject.net). Mark Blyth is a professor of International Political Economy at Brown University and faculty fellow at its Watson Institute for International Studies. He is writing "Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea," forthcoming from Oxford University Press in 2011.
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Choosing Brown
A video narrated by John Krasinski '01 underscores the Brown emphasis on teaching and research: creativity, collaboration and service; and the University's commitment to meeting 100 percent of the demonstrated financial need of undergraduates. http://www.brown.edu
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Communicating Science Through Visual Media: Synaptic Pruning
This animation project was created by Elisabeth Evans, Denali Schmidt, and Alexandra Urban through the class "Communicating Science Through Visual Media." This class, offered jointly by professors at RISD and Brown and in partnership with the Science Center and the Creative Mind Initiative, explores and develops the pedagogy of using visual media to convey scientific concepts. "Synaptic Pruning" 2014 Elisabeth Evans, Denali Schmidt, Alexandra Urban You look at a coffee cup, you see a coffee cup. But what if when you looked at the cup, your eyes sent signals to the auditory center of the brain? Not only would you see the coffee cup, you would start hearing things too… How distracting! Now imagine how confusing an entire city would be with all this overlapping sensory information. Well, this might actually happen if we didn’t have synaptic pruning.
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2017 Baccalaureate Speaker: Daveed Diggs
Daveed Diggs, performer, rapper and writer and Honorary Degree Candidate delivered the Baccalaureate address to the Class of 2017 on Saturday afternoon, May 27, in the Meeting House of the First Baptist Church in America. More info: https://news.brown.edu/articles/2017/05/baccalaureate2017 Saturday, May 27, 2017 First Baptist Church Providence
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Brown Welcomes Class of 2020 Students and Parents
For some 1,682 first-year undergraduates, life at Brown starts on Saturday morning on Keeney Quad and in Morriss-Champlin with room keys, Brown IDs and Orientation schedules. From there, it’s everything from campus tours and ice-cream socials to teary family goodbyes, first reading seminars and midnight organ concerts. Video by Stephen Crocker '02 Music: "Starling" by Podington Bear http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Solo_Instruments/Starling
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Paralyzed woman uses thoughts to sip coffee
A new study in Nature reports that two people with tetraplegia were able to reach for and grasp objects in three-dimensional space using robotic arms that they controlled directly with brain activity. They used the BrainGate neural interface system, an investigational device currently being studied under an Investigational Device Exemption. One participant used the system to serve herself coffee for the first time since becoming paralyzed nearly 15 years ago http://news.brown.edu/pressreleases/2012/05/braingate2 Video credit Mike Cohea/Brown University. http://news.brown.edu/pressreleases/2012/05/braingate2
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El Zotz masks yield insights into Maya beliefs
A team of archaeologists led by Stephen Houston has made a new discovery at the Maya archaeological site in El Zotz, Guatemala, uncovering a pyramid believed to celebrate the Maya sun god. The structure's outer walls depict the god in an unprecedented set of images done in painted stucco. In 2010, the team uncovered a royal tomb filled with artifacts and human remains at the same site. Researchers believe the pyramid was built to link the deceased lord to the eternal sun http://news.brown.edu/pressreleases/2012/07/masks
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Live Courageously - Brown 2017 Commencement & Reunion Weekend
Every year, the global Brown community converges on College Hill to celebrate Commencement, Reunion, and Memorial Day weekend. This year, as the University conferred honorary, graduate, medical, and undergraduate degrees to its newest graduates and family, friends, and generations of alumni gathered to cheer them on and reconnect with other Brunonians, the theme of courageously working to bridge societal divides emerged in the addresses given by students, honored guests, and President Christina Paxson.
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Costs of War: the Human Toll of the Post-9/11 Wars
The Costs of War Project at Brown University's Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs illustrates the human toll of the post-9/11 wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. This video was developed by Professor Catherine Lutz, Costs of War Project Director, in collaboration with Computing and Information Services with the goal of helping learners grasp high level concepts visually. Animation created by Yidan Zeng. More info: http://costsofwar.org November 9, 2016 Brown University
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Princess Nokia In Conversation at Brown University
Princess Nokia In Conversation Facilitated by Sofia Robledo Rower '18 Destiny Nicole Frasqueri, also known as Princess Nokia, is an Afro-Latina Boricua artist and musician based in New York City. Her music tackles the intersection of gender, race, class, urbanism, and age in captivating sonic and linguistic medleys. This public conversation will focus on spirituality, feminism, and race in her artistic process and performances. Presented by Women's History Series 2017 Brown University April 27, 2017
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Senior Orator Speech: Viet Nguyen
Viet Nguyen, one of two graduating seniors chosen as orators for the 249th Commencement, delivered an address titled "The Idea of Deserving." More info: https://news.brown.edu/articles/2017/04/orators Sunday, May 28, 2017 College Green Brown University
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Mamikon Gulian on Fractional Calculus & Hidden Physics
Mamikon Gulian talks about his research using machine learning and fractional calculus in a talk titled, “Discovering Physics with Machine Learning: Fractional Calculus and Beyond.” Mamikon Gulian is a doctoral candidate in Mathematics, with focus on Applied Mathematics at Brown University. This talk was part of Research Matters, featuring short talks about research by Brown University Graduate Students on November 4, 2017. For more information, please visit: http://www.brown.edu/go/researchmatters
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A Taste of Brown
On Sept. 4, President Simmons introduced Brown to incoming students and their families. The President also spoke at Opening Convocation on Sept. 7, as did new Provost Mark Schlissel, who presented a keynote, encouraging students to study the humanities and the sciences, and not to make false distinctions between them.
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The Halloween Midnight Organ Recital at Brown University
University Organist and Senior Lecturer in Music, Mark Steinbach discusses one of Brown University's most beloved--and spookiest--traditions.
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President Obama presents National Medal of Science to David Mumford
David Mumford, professor emeritus of applied mathematics, received the National Medal of Science from President Barack Obama at a White House ceremony early Wednesday evening, Nov. 17.
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Commencement & Reunion 2015 Highlights
From Friday night’s Campus Dance, through Saturday’s forums and Baccalaureate, to the premiere of a new arrangement of the Alma Mater on Sunday, Brown celebrated Commencement & Reunion weekend 2015 with traditions as well as many firsts. The 247th Commencement and Reunion weekend, held May 22 - 24, 2015, also officially concluded the University’s 250th anniversary celebration. See more from the weekend's coverage at: http://www.brown.edu/web/brown2015/ Video Produced by Stephen Crocker '02
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Wintertime at Brown
It's that time of year again at Brown! Winter gives a chance to slow down and appreciate the beauty of the campus, and to revel in the warm friendships we build here.
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Welcome 2013
Happy New Year and best wishes for 2013 from Brown University!
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Brown students are defined by talent and promise... not by financial resources
Admission to Brown is based on achievement, aspiration, and potential. Our financial aid policies are designed to enrich our campus community by ensuring that no student who belongs at Brown will encounter cost as a barrier. We are committed to meeting 100% of demonstrated financial need for undergraduates. A revamped Financial Aid website simplifies the process of applying for financial aid, while reflecting Brown's pledge to meet 100 percent of the demonstrated financial need of undergraduates. http://www.brown.edu/about/administration/financial-aid/
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Part 8: A Joyful Tribute to President Ruth J. Simmons | George Hernandez (arr.) Rosas Pandan
BEETHOVEN'S 9th A JOYFUL TRIBUTE TO PRESIDENT RUTH J. SIMMONS Pre-concert lecture by Professor David Josephson • Giuseppe Verdi Overture to La forza del destino BROWN UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA Paul Phillips, conductor • Lajos Bárdo Cantemus Anton Bruckner Motets: Locus iste; Os justi BROWN UNIVERSITY CHORUS PROVIDENCE COLLEGE I CANTORI T.J. Harper, conductor •Johannes Brahms Fest- und Gedenksprüche, Op. 109 Wo ist ein so herrlich Volk Wenn ein starker Gewappneter George Hernandez (arr.) Rosas Pandan BROWN UNIVERSITY CHORUS PROVIDENCE COLLEGE I CANTORI Frederick Jodry, conductor •INTERMISSION• Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 I. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso II. Molto vivace III. Adagio molto e cantabile-Andante moderato IV. Finale: Presto-Allegro assai-Presto-Allegro assai-Allegro assai vivace. Alla marcia-Andante maestoso-Adagio ma non troppo, ma divoto-Allegro energico, sempre ben marcato-Allegro ma non tanto-Prestissimo Jane Shivick, soprano Alexandra Dietrich, mezzo soprano Jeffrey Hartman, tenor Craig Verm, baritone BROWN UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FESTIVAL CHORUS Paul Phillips, conductor
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Senior Orator Speech: Michelle Bailhe
Michelle Bailhe was one of two graduating seniors chosen as orators for Brown's 247th Commencement. Bailhe delivered her address, “I Don’t Know,” on the College Green Sunday, May 24, 2015.
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Hangout On Air with Brown University Admissions Officers: "What Happens After You Press Submit"
Hangout On Air with Brown University Admissions Officers: "What Happens After You Press Submit"
And Then They Were Bears …
The arrival of acceptance letters from Brown University prompts a curious inner transformation of four high school students as they begin their preparation for the next stage of their lives at Brown University. Welcome and Congratulations to the Class of 2022! Featuring: Lisa Nguyen ‘21 Elizabeth Rolfes ‘21 Karishma Swarup ‘19 Timmy Jeng ‘18 Eric Baffour-Addo ‘18 Narrated by: Eric Baffour-Addo ‘18 Developed by: Brown students and interns of CIS Script and Concept: Emilia Figliomeni ‘18 Camera and Editing: Lynn Tachihara ‘17 Music and Sound Design: Max Sternlicht ‘18 Wednesday, March 28, 2018 Brown University
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At Home at Brown - 2016 Commencement & Reunion
Memorial Day Weekend is Commencement and Reunion time at Brown. As Brown University confers honorary, graduate, medical, and undergraduate degrees, alumni return to reconnect and welcome the newest members to the global Brown alumni community. Full weekend coverage can be found here: http://www.brown.edu/web/brown2016/ Video produced by Stephen Crocker '02
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Centuries in the Making
For 444 days, thousands of revelers from around the world came together to celebrate Brown’s 250-year history. They converged on College Hill as local community members, alumni, students, parents, and friends, traveling from near and far to take part in tours, exhibitions, performances and parties, and even took the celebration beyond the gates, to fetes around the world. They reflected on the University’s rich past, while also examining the Brown of today and tomorrow. Video by Mike Cohea/BrownUniversity
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Award-winning physicist and teacher finds a home at Brown
Ford Foundation Professor of Physics, Sylvester "Jim" Gates, a 2013 recipient of the National Medal of Science, comes to Brown from the University of Maryland, where he was a Distinguished University Professor, University System of Maryland Regents Professor, John S. Toll Professor of Physics, and Director of the Center for String and Particle Theory. He also recently completed a residency at the MIT Center for Theoretical Physics, the institution from which he previously earned his BS and PhD degrees. Gates is well known for his pioneering work in supersymmetry and supergravity, and his 1977 doctoral dissertation on supersymmetry earned him a prominent place in the early development of the field, as did the 1984 book he co-authored, Superspace, or One thousand and one lessons in supersymmetry, which is widely considered the first comprehensive book on the subject.
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250+ Reasons to celebrate
Birthday cake for 2,500. Fireworks illuminating the College Green. Lectures, lab tours, concerts, museum exhibitions - all part of Brown's 250th bash, an open house for the extended Brown family and Rhode Island. Music: "It's Your Birthday!" by Monk Turner + Fascinoma is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
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"In The Heights" with Brown University's Sock & Buskin
Brown University students explore their personal connection to Lin Manuel Miranda's "In the Heights" in Sock & Buskin's timely production.
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Welcome to South Street Landing
After years of private-public partnership to transform the long-vacant former South Street Power Station into a mixed-used development, Brown’s relocation of 400 staff members brings new vibrancy to Jewelry District campus.
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The Ladd Observatory: Brown University's Hope Street Gem
Brown University's Ladd Observatory, located on the corner of Hope Street and Doyle Avenue in Providence, RI, opened in 1891. More than a hundred years later, the Ladd Observatory's doors are still open to the public. Once a week, members from the Brown and Providence communities gather at the Ladd Observatory to look at the night sky through the Observatory's original refracting telescope. Join us for a sneak peek into the Ladd Observatory's history and the exciting activities and events, including weekly open nights, happening today! For more information about the Ladd Observatory, please visit the Ladd Observatory website (http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Physics/Ladd/) and like the Ladd Observatory on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/LaddObs). Documentary by Jessica Brodsky '14 and Deivid Ribeiro '13.5. Special thanks to the Science Center, the Physics Department, the Ladd Observatory, CIT Media Services, and Public Affairs and University Relations.
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Tom Shapiro, "Black Wealth/White Wealth..."
Full Title: Tom Shapiro, "Black Wealth/White Wealth: Hidden Costs of Being Black" "Race Today: A Symposium on Race in America" brought a group of the nation’s most respected intellectuals on race, racial theory and racial inequality together to consider the troubling state of black life in America today. What are the broader structural factors that shape race today? How do these factors work on the ground and institutionally and what are the consequences? What are the ideas about race, and racial identities that enable the normalcy of stark racial differences today? In particular, what role do key ideas such as “colorblindness” and “post race” play in shaping perception and outcomes? What can be done to challenge ideological and structural impediments to a racially egalitarian society? Tom Shapiro is the Pokross Professor of Law and Social Policy and the Director of the Institute on Assets and Social Policy at Brandeis University. Shapiro is a leader in the asset development field with a particular focus on closing the racial wealth gap. He is the author of The Hidden Cost of Being African American: How Wealth Perpetuates Inequality, and with Dr. Melvin Oliver, he wrote the multi award-winning Black Wealth/ White Wealth. Friday, February 27, 2015 Brown University Presented by the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America (CSREA) and the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice. Co-sponsored by the Office of the President and the Office of Institutional Diversity. For more information: http://www.brown.edu/academics/race-ethnicity/events/2015/02/race-today-symposium-race-america
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Cornel West, Cogut Institute for the Humanities, Politics in the Humanities talk at Brown University
Cornel West is the author of numerous critically acclaimed scholarly books on the role of religion, philosophy, race, class, and gender in American society including Prophecy Deliverance!: An Afro-American Revolutionary Christianity (1982), The Ethical Dimensions of Marxist Thought (1991), Race Matters (1994), Democracy Matters: Winning the Fight Against Imperialism (2005), and Black Prophetic Fire (2014). He is the recipient of the American Book Award and has been awarded more than 20 honorary degrees. Dr. West is Professor of the Practice of Public Philosophy at Harvard University. He has also taught at Union Theological Seminary, Yale, Harvard, and the University of Paris. After graduating magna cum laude from Harvard in three years, he obtained his MA and PhD in Philosophy at Princeton. On Tuesday, March 6 at 5:30 p.m., Dr. Cornel West gave a talk presented by the Cogut Institute for the Humanities as part of the PITH (Politics in the Humanities) series. The event was co-sponsored by the Office of the President, the Office of the Provost, and the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America.
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Jennifer Tsai '14 - More from "The Brown Difference"
Jennifer Tsai '14, MD'18 is pursuing a double concentration in Health and Human Biology and Ethnic Studies. Her academic interests are largely in the intersection between race, science, and healthcare. She is a member of the steering committee planning Brown's 250th anniversary celebrations.
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Conversation with Tracee Ellis Ross, Class of '94
Creative Opportunities for Women of Color in Entertainment Brown University May 24, 2014 Tracee Ellis Ross '94, actress, performance artist, and motivational speaker; professor Tricia Rose '93, director of the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America (CSREA) at Brown University In this conversation, actress, performance artist, and motivational speaker Tracee Ellis Ross '94 shares stories about her years on the hit TV series "Girlfriends" and discusses what she is up to now. Find out how her own vision and talents shape her career and how she responds to images and expectations of women of color in entertainment.
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Move-in and Welcome to Brown, Class of 2022!
Welcome to College Hill! From move-in weekend to the Opening Convocation ceremony for new undergraduate, graduate and medical students, the Brown campus is bustling as the 2018-19 academic year gets underway.
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Sunni Patterson Performs at Katrina After 10
Katrina After 10 Symposium Opening Poetry Performance by Sunni Patterson, New Orleans poet and activist This symposium marked the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in Orleans, and brought together artists and activists to discuss critical issues such as structural and environmental racism, gender discrimination, mass incarceration, education and privatization, as well as the history and future of social movements in the city. October 1, 2015 Brown University Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America (CSREA) For more information: https://www.brown.edu/academics/race-ethnicity/events/2015/10/katrina-after-ten-keynote-poetry-performance
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What are you wearing? #Brown2018
In this student-produced piece, Tal Frieden '19.5 asks Brown graduates about the meaning behind their regalia.
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Wealth and Structural Racism: William Darity, Jr.
Professor of Economics William Darity, Jr., Samuel DuBois Cook Professor of Public Policy at the Sanford School of Public Policy March 24, 2016 How Structural Racism Works Brown University
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President Ruth J. Simmons 2012 Baccalaureate Address
Thank you for 11 wonderful years. May your years ahead be blessed with love, passionate pursuits, continued learning, and an enduring sense of hope, President Simmons, delivering the 2012 Baccalaureate address http://brown.edu/ pdf of transcript: http://www.brown.edu/web/multimedia/RJS_Baccalaureate_Transcript.pdf
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EQUiSat ready for launch!
For the past seven years, a rotating group of Brown University undergraduates has been toiling away quietly in the Barus and Holley building — designing, building and testing a small satellite with the hope of ultimately sending into orbit. Last week that satellite, a 4-inch cube dubbed EQUiSat, passed its final preflight checks and is “go” for a scheduled May 9 launch.
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Christina Paxson's Ice Bucket Challenge
Brown University President Christina Paxson has accepted and completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from MIT President L. Rafael Reif and now challenges Undergradate Council of Students Maahika Srinivasan, Brown alumna and star of stage and screen Kate Burton, University of Rhode Island President David Dooley, Rhode Island College President Nancy Carriuolo and Brown alumnus and World Bank President Doctor Jim Yong Kim. The Ice Bucket Challenge promotes awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, and encourages donations to research.
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Shopping Period at Brown University - Student Experiences, Student Produced
Two students' perspectives on "shopping period," the two-week period at the start of each semester when Brown students have the opportunity to browse courses before committing to enrollment. Shot and edited by Jacob Cader '19.
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Brown congratulates Professor Michael Kosterlitz, Nobel Laureate
Brown Physics and the University as a whole extend a hearty congratulations to Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz, Brown's second Nobel Laureate. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded Brown University Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics “for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter.” Kosterlitz is the Harrison E. Farnsworth Professor of Physics at Brown, where he joined the faculty in 1982. He shares one half of the Nobel Prize with F. Duncan M. Haldane of Princeton University, with the other half of the Nobel going to David J. Thouless of the University of Washington in Seattle.
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A Fireside Chat with Steve Blank
"Lessons on How to Build Stuff Customers Want and Not Go Out of Business: A Fireside Chat with Steve Blank" Brown University August 15, 2018
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Well-Being is a Skill: Perspectives from Contemplative Neuroscience
A lecture with Richard Davidson, William James and Vilas Research Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, Director of the Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging and Behavior, Founder of the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds, Waisman Center University of Wisconsin- Madison.
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The Brown Promise
Our promise: To replace all loans with scholarships in all University packaged financial aid for Brown undergraduates. The future of financial aid at Brown. Building on need-blind admission and support for low-income students, Brown will eliminate loans from University financial aid packages for undergraduates from moderate-income backgrounds. Learn more about the #BrownPromise: brown.edu/brown-promise
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Heyrman-Hart - Lecture by Joseph Goldstein
From the comments of a second grader, who just finished a mindfulness program in school - Mindfulness is the best thing that ever happened in my life¬ - to the Buddha's declaration that mindfulness is the direct path to awakening, we are seeing a renaissance of interest in mindfulness as a path of balance and insight. This talk will explore how mindfulness offers a clear and straightforward way of understanding ourselves and the world around us.
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Amartya Sen — Why Is the Penalty of Inequality So High in India?
Thursday, September 19, 2013 5 p.m. List Art Center 120, 64 College Street Brown University Amartya Sen is the 1998 Nobel Laureate in Economic and the Thomas W. Lamont University Professor and Professor of Economics and Philosophy at Harvard University. http://watson.brown.edu/events/2013/amartya-sen-why-penalty-inequality-so-high-india
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From the Brown family to yours
Best wishes for a 2018 full of hope and light.
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Brown's XROMM innovation
Professor of Biology and of Medical Science, Beth Brainerd discusses Brown's homegrown XROMM technology. Two recent papers describe the latest ways that XROMM technology, which has spread to dozens of similar research facilities worldwide, enables studies of human and animal motion in previously unseen detail. For more information: https://news.brown.edu/articles/2016/11/xromm
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