A new cohort of Open Graduate Education students will explore novel connections between disciplines and domains of expertise, by pursuing a secondary master’s degree in a field that differs from that of their Ph.D.
I hope your semester is off to an excellent start. It was a pleasure to meet so many new students at Orientation last month. Your energy and enthusiasm for what lies ahead are contagious and have been invigorating for all of us.
Bunmi is a second-year student in the master’s of Public Health program at Brown and is from Timonium, Maryland. She recently worked as a graduate assistant planning Orientation for incoming students this fall.
As you’re preparing for the start of the fall semester, we have some important steps for you to take to ensure that you receive your first-year supplemental fellowship payment and first monthly stipend payment on time.
Thomas A. Lewis will lead the school by tapping into the values that distinguish the graduate education experience at Brown — productive collaboration, effective communication and comprehensive student support.
The long search for dark matter, estimated to comprise 85% of all mass in the universe, took a major step forward with the underground LUX-ZEPLIN experiment in South Dakota now delivering initial results.
A new material developed at Brown University can respond to the presence of bacterial enzymes by releasing a cargo of therapeutic nanoparticles, which could prove particularly helpful in wound dressings.
Service to the community, the nation and the world is embedded in the fabric of Brown University. That’s why each year, the institution honors a master’s student with the Master’s Award for Engaged Citizenship and Community Service.
The Brown University Master’s Award for Professional Excellence recognizes a Brown University master’s student whose outstanding contributions have influenced or contributed to the field or profession.
Professor of Religious Studies Thomas A. Lewis, known to most as Tal, has been appointed the Interim Dean of Brown’s Graduate School, effective July 1, 2022. He currently serves as the Co-Deputy Dean and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at the Graduate School, and will serve as Interim Dean for academic year 2022-23.
After he finishes a six-year term in June, the accomplished leader who expanded enrollment, funding and student support at Brown’s Graduate School will return to teaching and research as a professor of medical science.