Silvia E. Giorguli Saucedo ’04 Ph.D. is the 2018 recipient of the Horace Mann Medal. Giorguli is the first female president of El Colegio de México (Colmex), the top research and teaching university for social sciences and humanities in Mexico.
Three students will receive the Graduate School’s fourth annual master's prizes, with Andrew S. Campbell to be recognized for academic accomplishment; Joyce Sunday for engaged citizenship and community service; and David Aaron for professional excellence.
Eight PhD students were selected for the interdisciplinary Open Graduate Education program, which provides the flexibility and resources to pursue a master’s degree in a secondary field while they earn their doctorates.
As Program Director for the International Student Experience (ISE), Christina Phillips focuses on student advocacy, organization advising, and community-building initiatives, including new student orientations for all international students at Brown.
Antonio is originally from San Jose, CA, and holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from San Francisco State University and a master’s degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of San Francisco. He also holds a Coordinator role at Student and Employee Accessibility Services in the division of Campus Life.
Samantha Lash is a doctoral student in Archeology, while also a master’s student in Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences (DEEPs) through the Open Graduate Education Program. The combination of the two fields is unusual at first glance.
Maija Hallsmith has joined the Graduate School in a new position to support diversity recruitment and retention programming. She assists with planning diversity-related events and partnering with other groups and offices on campus.
Congratulations on choosing Brown for your graduate studies! As you begin planning your move to Providence, housing will likely be one of your first considerations. This email provides information that can help you to prepare.
The Graduate School is forwarding this message to new graduate students, who may not have set up their Brown email account in time to receive this June message from the Provost. It announces a pilot program for for childcare subsidies. Applications for the program are due by July 31. See details below.
John P. Donoghue, the Henry Merritt Wriston Professor and director of the Brown Institute for Brain Science, has been elected to fellowship in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Donoghue, a pioneer researcher in brain-computer interface, is the 34th current Brown faculty member elected to AAAS fellowship.