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Life After Brown: Michael Halloran '89

by Michael Halloran ‘89

Although I didn’t graduate with a degree in Computer Science, my studies led to an interesting career that I wanted to share with others to show the impact that CS has had upon my life.

I took my first coding class in 6th grade and though I was mostly self-taught ...

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Providence Has One Of America's Top 50

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Just don't tell Yia-Yia that you've been eating someone else's baklava for months...

Local favorite, Aleppo Sweets, was one of 50 nominees for Bon Appétit's "Hot 10: America’s Best New Restaurants of 2019”. Founded ...

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Alum Aimee Lucido Publishes A Novel About Her Two Loves, Coding And Writing

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Brown CS alums are often known for the diversity of their career paths and pursuing multidisciplinary work, and Aimee Lucido is no exception. A former software engineer and continuing crossword puzzle creator (she's been featured five times by The ...

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BAM Asks Two Alums About A Startup Dedicated To Ethical CS

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"Our hope," says Brown CS alum Adi Melamed, "is to spark a national conversation and create a national community dedicated to thinking critically about technology’s impact on society and inspiring students to ...

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The WSJ Ranks Brown Among The Best Schools In The Nation

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What makes Brown special? Alum engagement? The diversity of the student body? A love for learning? According to the Wall Street Journal it may very well be all of the above, as its newest college ranking places ...

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Smart, Urbane, Wonderfully Weird: The Washington Post Shares Some Must-See Providence Attractions

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"Standing in line for coffee at Brown’s campus center," writes Andrea Sachs of The Washington Post, "I started to question the wisdom of choosing that other college town to the north. Her ramble across Providence is full of ...

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Benjamin Nacar Of TStaff Takes Audiences To The Moon And Beyond

by Noel Rubinton, Research Communications Manager

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Benjamin Nacar, a systems programmer for Brown CS and also a pianist, composer, and music arranger, took his audiences to the moon and back with three concerts this month in ...

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Tech For Social Good Spotlight: Ruby Goldberg '17

by Lena Cohen

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Tech For Social Good Alum Spotlights is a series focused on recent Brown Computer Science graduates working at the intersection of computer science and social good ...

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The Tech For Social Good Spotlight is a series focused on recent Brown Computer Science graduates working at the intersection of computer science and social good. The goal of these interviews is to explore what it means to work in the technology for social good space, what technology for social good might even mean in ...

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Tech For Social Good Spotlight: Priya Patel '16

by Adi Melamed

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The Tech For Social Good Spotlight is a series focused on recent Brown Computer Science graduates working at the intersection of computer science and social good ...

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