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Amid the current health care brouhaha, George S. Barrett ’77, Ohio CEO of the year, steers his health care company with aplomb.
Political scientist Tony Affigne ’76, ’92 PhD spoke about what the Hispanicization of the country might mean for Latino voters.
Opportunity never stops knocking for TV exec (and Katie Holmes’ first costume designer!) Carolyn Bernstein ’90.
Egyptologist Emily O’Dell ’01 ’03 MFA ’06 AM ’08 PhD is searching for the Rosetta Stone that will help her decode the secrets of her birth mother.
Mary Allen Lindemann ’82 ever true to her coffee company, is staying humble and high tech by design.
When President Paxson met with the Brown Clubs of Fairfield and Westchester Counties, they discussed the strategic plan snd Brunonian traditions.
President Paxson outlines plans to target key research areas for growth and expanding the University's physical footprint.
Infant brains hold clue to Alzheimer’s. Engineer Sean Deoni’s analysis of babies’ brain images may give an indication of how Alzheimer’s develops.
Nirupama Rao, the popular former Indian diplomat, will spend a year at the Watson Institute to collaborate with faculty and write a book.
Classes ending in 4 and 9, we hope to see you next Memorial Day Weekend for Campus Dance, Commencement, forums, receptions, and a whole lot of fun. Details to come in March.
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