Students, faculty, and staff at the Brown School gathered on September 27 to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival, which is celebrated in many Asian countries around the world. On this day, the moon is thought to be at its brightest and fullest size, coinciding with harvest time […]
The Global Programs Office will host a Global Tables luncheon, featuring Dr. Ozge Sensoy Bahar, Research Associate Professor and co-director of the International Center for Child Health and Development (ICHAD) on November 15, 2023 at noon in Goldfarb 132.
On April 23, 2023, Brown School MSW alum, Alice Emasu, spoke to Brown School students about her mission to provide holistic maternal health care and obstetric fistula treatment to women in rural Uganda. Alice Emasu grew up in eastern Uganda and felt compelled at an early age to address the injustices she witnessed against women. […]
Join a panel of experts for a discussion on the recent national uprising in Iran and a comprehensive perspective on the background of the crisis. What do Iranians want and why are they fighting empty-handed in the streets with the armed government forces? The panel will discuss Iran’s Gen Z leadership in the protests, the role of women and girls in this movement, and how the global community can support the people in Iran.
The discussion will take place Tuesday, Dec. 20 from 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM CST..
A virtual roundtable discussion to learn classroom best practices from experts in research, education, and school policy and administration.
The discussion will take place Tuesday, Dec. 6 from 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM CST..
In this follow-up series, published in The Lancet Global Health, the Series authors, led by Billie Giles-Corti, show how the indicators can guide decisions about what must change to create healthy and sustainable cities and how research can be used to guide urban policy to achieve urban and population health.
Watch the webinar recording here.
Carlotta Gall covered Afghanistan and Pakistan for the New York Times from 2001 to 2011. She has since continued covering Middle East events as the New York Times correspondent in Tunisia and currently is based in Turkey. In this conversation, Carlotta shares a unique perspective on the 20 years of war.