The Continuing Value of Brown [ videos ]
Alumni Interviews: Meeting the Future of Brown
Ellen Hunter ’04 and Dee Dee Sturr ’82 have been interviewing prospective students since they graduated. Why do they love doing it in today’s challenging admission landscape? Meeting fantastic students, connecting with the alumni community, and giving back to Brown are all part of the mix. Learn how meaningful—and fun—alumni interviewing can be!
President Ruth Simmons at 2011 Alumni Recognition Ceremony
Yes, it is possible to surprise Ruth Simmons! At its October 15 award ceremony, the Brown Alumni Association bestowed upon her the Brown Bear Award, its highest award for service to Brown—usually awarded only to alumni. Watch her reaction and hear her thoughts on the inspiration she draws from Brown alumni as well as on her experience leading Brown for ten years.
Malika Saada Saar ’92 Accepts William Rogers Award
A nationally recognized advocate for the rights of women, girls and vulnerable families, Malika Saada Saar ’92 has founded three different organizations focused on addressing and preventing homelessness, poverty and violence against women. Hear how Brown inspired her to do this work and about her most meaningful successes.
Follow Your Interests Back to Brown
The Value of Alumni Community
Anthony Cheng ’95 and Matthew See ’11 describe their experiences with the power of Brown’s global alumni community. When Matthew wanted to do a research project in China, he turned to Anthony for resources and contacts. Anthony says being a mentor has been eye-opening and rewarding.
“Brown doesn’t end when you graduate”
When Marilyn Markman ’06 found herself in a new place, looking for a job and without many connections, she decided to give the local Brown Club a try. There, she says, she found a Brown community wider than she could have imagined...
Why Stay Engaged with Brown?
Watch Jasmine Waddell ’99 answer this question in her own words. In this first in a series of videos profiling active Brown alumni, she describes how Brown contributed to where she is today, how and why she stays connected, and why she so looks forward to her reunions!
The opinions of the speaker are his/her own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Brown University or the Brown Alumni Association.
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