Since Last Time

By The Editors / January / February 2007
February 12th, 2007

The admission office received 2,317 early decision applications—61 fewer than last year’s bumper crop; the 2.5 percent drop followed Harvard and Princeton announcements that they were eliminating early decision altogether….

The University agreed with Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee on a program to enable Brown faculty to conduct research at Oak Ridge, while researchers from there will teach and conduct research projects on campus….

The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation granted Brown $2 million to broaden entrepreneurship education and scholarship across campus….

The University hosted “The Jerusalem Perspective: 150 Years of Archaeological Research,” a conference bringing Israeli and Palestinian scholars together for the first time to exchange research and ideas….

Biology professor Kenneth R. Miller ’70 was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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