Indisputably, it was a year unlike any other. Here’s your chance to take another look at some of our most notable stories of 2020.
Curated by Judith Tolnick Champa ’79 MA, Out of the Fray features the works of 12 contemporary artists and as well as single iconic works Robert Frank, Jasper Johns, and Faith Ringgold.
Catherine Lutz, director of the Costs of War Project, discussed the new course she developed with undergraduate student Amsel Saleem for Watson's new International and Public Affairs concentration.
Watson’s director Ed Steinfeld spoke with CNBC’s Beijing Bureau Chief Eunice Yoon ’95.
Directed by Jeff Colgan, the lab is part of Brown’s new Climate Solutions Initiative.
The five young scholars will spend two years researching, writing, and teaching at Brown.
Director of Development Studies Geri Augusto and Jamila Beesley ’22 created an independent study project that deconstructs the concept of development.
Starting July 1, 2020, new directors stepped into their roles throughout the Watson Institute.
The Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies worked with Project HOPE to develop and implement a program to expand Covid-19 response efforts in high-risk countries.
Just five years old, the program was ranked 23 in the nation in the public policy analysis specialty area.
The four new fellows who joined Watson for the spring 2020 semester brought a wide range of expertise and experience.