The anthropology museum’s move to Providence’s Jewelry District, slated for Fall 2025, will open new possibilities for scholarship, community outreach and partnership with Indigenous communities worldwide.
Packed with building tours, family activities, a ribbon-cutting and the center’s inaugural public performance, the weekend offered countless opportunities for community members to celebrate the arts at Brown.
A year ahead of schedule, the University has doubled student veteran enrollment and exceeded its fundraising goal, cementing a future that supports veterans from all income levels and U.S. military backgrounds.
At an anniversary kickoff event, public health faculty, staff and students were joined by government and community leaders in commemorating the school’s 10-year milestone and looking to a future of continued impact.
Brown’s Opening Convocation brought moments of celebration, levity and poignancy, as University leaders upheld their commitment to advancing diversity on campus and urged students to continue fighting for sustainable climate solutions.
Deepening the University’s legacy of student-centered learning, the center will expand career advising, resources, programs and partnerships to position students to achieve successful lives and careers.
Musician Jon Batiste, violinist Itzhak Perlman and countless creators from Brown will take part in a day of performances, discussion, tours and a parade to celebrate the unique performing arts center in Providence.
A Brown University alumnus will lead the investigation for a lunar lander mission to study volcanic activity on the Moon, a mission first proposed by a Brown researcher and Brown-affiliated scientists.
At the end of her first academic year as dean, Tejal Desai reflects on what she learned and describes how Brown’s School of Engineering is building on distinctive strengths to advance its academic enterprise.
In an essay titled ‘The gravest threats to campus speech come from the state, not the students,’ Christina H. Paxson says those who try to ban the advancement of knowledge will find themselves ‘on the wrong side of history.’
Nearly 350 high schoolers from Providence, Central Falls and Pawtucket explored Brown’s multitude of classes, athletic programs and community engagement opportunities, inspiring them to factor college into their plans.
The newly launched Initiative for Sustainable Energy will serve as a campus hub for driving technological advances in sustainable energy and preparing the next-generation of leaders in net-zero-carbon energy solutions.
International Space Station experiments co-led by Peter Lee, a Brown scholar, cardiothoracic surgeon and longtime space researcher, will help inform understanding and treatment of cardiovascular disease.
Sixteen schools have partnered to form the STARS College Network, a new effort to help students from small-town and rural backgrounds enroll in and graduate from the undergraduate program of their choice.
In celebration of 10 years of impact and the exceptional generosity of its donors, the center’s new name honors Brown’s president emerita, who sparked a landmark effort to uncover the University’s historical ties to slavery.
Cementing a future that supports students from all income levels, The Brown Promise initiative exceeded its ambitious $120 million fundraising goal to replace loans with scholarships in University financial aid packages.
The Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, founded in the 2012-13 academic year, has become a leading force for original research, international engagement and public conversation on the legacies of racial slavery.
As part of the University’s ongoing commitment to its home city, Brown is providing Providence public school students full financial support to a robust summer experience to explore academic pathways and college life.