Liz Hamburg ’86 is bringing her high-energy, entrepreneurial spirit to her new job as CEO of the Taproot Foundation.
Teacher, principal, and top official in NYC’s Dept of Ed, Shael Polakow-Suransky ’94 will continue his education career as president of Bank Street College.
WeHeartIt, a start-up in the spirit of Pinterest led by CEO Ranah Edelin ’90, is on the verge of being loved by many investors.
Ok, smartphone users, let the games begin! Walter Driver ’04, cofounder and CEO of Scopely, is your new mobile entertainment guru.
The UMass Minutemen are on the quest for jewelry with their new (and old) football coach Mark Whipple ’80.
Take a virtual roadtrip with Lisa Fagin Davis ’88 to find medieval manuscripts.
After 30 years as the CIA’s chief legal officer, John Rizzo ’69 gives a behind-the-scenes look at some of the agency’s most controversial decisions.
America doesn’t have a monopoly on great ideas says Nina Dudnik ’98, whose nonprofit is poised to deliver $20 million worth of research equipment to developing countries.
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President Paxson recently announced Brown’s commitment to fund one internship or research experience by 2018 for each undergrad receiving need-based financial aid.
Provost Mark Schlissel will become the next president of the University of Michigan. During his tenure on College Hill, he oversaw the creation of the School of Public Health and worked closely with President Paxson to craft a new strategic plan.
In The Guardian, Watson Institute visiting fellow Timothy Edgar makes the casefor formalizing the NSA’s foreign spying restrictions.
Against top collegiate and post-collegiate competitors at last weekend’s Invitational, many Bears on the men’s and women’s track and field teams ran the best races of their careers.
The Corporation approved a record $104.1 million in undergraduate financial aid. Also of note in the FY15 budget: expanded support for grad students and the green light to hire an architect for the School of Engineering’s new building.
Classes ending in 4 and 9, catch up with friends and enjoy an array of events, receptions, and performances this Memorial Day weekend.
Brown's 250th Anniversary launches with activities ranging from an open house to faculty and alumni speakers to student performances. All are welcome.