[PR] Gain and Get More Likes and Followers on Instagram.

brownuadmission brownuadmission

404 posts   2527 followers   32 followings

Office of College Admission  The official Brown University Office of College Admission Account! Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/BrownAdmission & Twitter @BrownUAdmission


Alexander Chase ’19 on studying abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina: .
“Studying abroad was like hiking through Patagonia; the path was not always simple, but each step forward brought with it new experiences. From the bustling city of Buenos Aires to the arid northern desert to the tranquility of Patagonia, Argentina’s culture was rich and diverse. Living with a host family in the heart of Buenos Aires I was adopted into the Porteño lifestyle. Conversing with the locals in Spanish and learning about the complex cultural, economic, and political history of Argentina was an experience that could not be replicated in the classroom. This experience helped enhance my academic interest in Hispanic Studies, gave me free time to pursue extracurricular projects in my concentration, computer science, and allowed me to explore the entrepreneurship scene in the city. Overall, this opportunity was a great way to spice up and enhance my Brown education. Buena onda.”
#brownuniversity #brownoip

Brown’s open curriculum allows students to build academic pathways that lead much farther than College Hill. Anna Murphy ’19, concentrating in both International Relations and Middle Eastern Studies, has just studied abroad in Rabat, Morocco:
"Studying in Morocco gave me the opportunity to learn about journalism in the MENA region from members of the North African press. I took classes in Arabic, history, politics, and journalism ethics, learning massive amounts about a field I’ve always been interested in from the people who know it best. I was also able to travel throughout the country, report on stories on everything from human rights protests to football, and spend time with my wonderful host family and friends. The best food in Morocco is the home cooked kind, and I’ll never forget eating couscous every Friday with my family or trying endless new types of tagine – a classic Moroccan dish. Having returned to Brown, I hope to continue my academic pursuits through classes and research in media. I feel that I can now take greater advantage of the opportunities available at Brown because of my experiences abroad.”

“I applied to Brown because I loved the idea of the open curriculum. I had already been training and living on my own for 4 years when I applied to college, and felt that I had grown and become stronger through making my own decisions and trusting my instincts. I like that the open curriculum forces students to take initiative and design their academic path based on their personal goals.
Then I chose Brown because when I visited during ADOCH I met so many people with unique passions. I heard about the environmental research a student did in the Galapagos, heard the really good all-male acapella group (the Brown derbies) and met someone who had run a marathon on every continent. I grew up around athletes who were passionate about their and had so much light in their life that that they just inspired everyone around them. I saw the same thing from the students at Brown— not just through sports obviously— but in all of their interests and passions.”
Ty Walker ‘19
Concentration: Health and Human Biology
#whybrown #brownuniversity

A big congrats to Ty Walker ‘19, who just made the finals for the 4th Olympic Qualifier! When not practicing with the US Olympic Snowboarding team, Ty concentrates in Health and Human Biology at Brown. Good luck Ty! #winterolympics2018 #brownuniversity

6. Celebrating 125 Years of Women at Brown: nearly 700 women came to a two-day conference on College Hill. Attendees celebrated the historical role women have played in impacting the University, honored the difference Brown alumni are making across the globe, and connecting women through a number of panels and seminars. One of the eight keynote speakers was Janet Yellen, chair of the Federal #brown2017 Federal Reserve.

6. The 2017 Spring Weekend concert: the Brown Concert Agency particularly sought to feature artists who identify as women and people of color. Princess Nokia, Empress Of, Young Thug, Cheery Glazerr, Aluna George, and Erykah Badu performed right on the campus Main Green (4/29/17) #brownuniversity #brown2017 photo courtesy by Wiki commons

7. The Annual Campus Dance! Hosted by the Brown Alumni Association, Campus dance is the largest party in New England, with over 11,000 alumni, students, and families celebrating reunion weekend and each year’s graduating class. The entire campus is transformed into a giant dance floor with hanging paper lanterns and live musical performances! (5/26/17) #BrownUniversity #brown2017

8. Brown produces most Fullbright winners in the country. Thirty Brown students and recent graduates received the most prestigious State Department grant to teach or conduct research abroad during the 2016-2017 year. (2/21/17) #brownuniversity #brown2017

9. Grand opening of our newly built Engineering Research Center. The three-story facility has 20 lab modules designed dos support large, collaborative research groups. It boasts a 4,000-square-foot clean room for nanotechnology and electronics research-one of the best in the country. The center will serve incredible opportunities for the University’s most rigorous academic department (10/20/17). #brownuniversity #brown2017

Sharing our 10 favorite memories of 2017: Brown Football hosts Dartmouth in the Historic Fenway Park! Students, families, and alumni all came up to Boston to cheer on the bears (11/9/17) #brownuniversity #brown2017

Happy ending to finals season! Feel inspired by the beautiful space of the John Hay Library 📖 #brownuniversity

One of the most beautiful streets on the east side of Providence, on route to College Hill ❄️ photo taken by @sarahkjp #providence #brownuniversity

Most Popular Instagram Hashtags