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Brown is a leading research university, home to world-renowned faculty and also an innovative educational institution where the curiosity, creativity and intellectua...
Brown is a leading research university, home to world-renowned faculty and also an innovative educational institution where the cu...
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Brown University Confidence: 88%
University Confidence: 76%
Creativity Confidence: 75%
Intelligence Confidence: 74%
Curiosity Confidence: 71%
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ⓘ This website is ranked #9.679 by Alexa.
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Great, we found headings on this page.
|Top level heading|
|2nd level heading|
|Secondary navigation navigation|
|At brown, our students have the freedom to choose their academic journeys.|
|The ımpact of our work|
|The brown difference|
|Academics at brown university|
|Straight from the source|
|Explore #brown2023 on social media|
|Find your way around brown|
|Mobile site navigation (2)|
|Mobile secondary navigation navigation|
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|Midyear completion students carve out their own space on way to graduation (2)|
|Mindfulness training may help lower blood pressure, new study shows (2)|
|Students uncover uncharted histories of the slave trade for upcoming documentary series (2)|
|Finance leader michael white appointed vice president and cfo at brown (2)|
|Researchers demonstrate strange melting point phenomenon in metals|
|Poll reveals generational, political divides over economic outlook|
|Charting new research directions through data|
|Advancing well-being for all|
|Empowering students through the open curriculum|
|The open curriculum (2)|
|Undergraduate education (2)|
|Graduate and professional (2)|
|Schools and colleges (2)|
|Undergraduate concentrations (2)|
|Graduate programs (2)|
|Life at brown (2)|
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