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This email contains important information for those of you wishing to declare an additional concentration.
Each year, about 20% of students graduate with two concentrations. If youâd like to be one of them, this is a reminder that the deadline for having an APPROVED additional concentration is now the last day of classes in your 7th semester (changed from the last day of pre-registration): MAY 5 by 5PM. You must submit your declaration AND your concentration advisor must APPROVE it, by the deadline. Late declarations will not be honored.
Note: There's no deadline for making changes to your primary concentration. In fact, the Registrar's office asks seniors to update their declarations in ASK to make sure your approved declaration matches the courses you've taken.
If you have difficulty, feel free to contact me.
Dean Besenia Rodriguez
Associate Dean for Upperclass Studies
Understand differences among cultures
Your future success will also depend on your ability to live and work in a global context. And that means knowing as much about other cultures as you do about your own. Brown offers a wealth of courses and international experiences that will help you develop a more self-conscious and expansive sense of how different cultural groups define themselves through social, aesthetic, and political practices. Working with international students and teachers on the Brown campus can make you equally aware of the challenges of communicating across linguistic and cultural barriers. Fluency in a second language, coupled with time spent studying abroad, will sharpen your sensitivities, enlarge your sense of geography, and prepare you for leadership in an increasingly interconnected world.
Available through Psychological Services" on-call system. The on-call counselor provides confidential crisis support and information and is available to accompany a victim to the hospital.
Confidential services include support for a survivor or the friends of a survivor, help filing a complaint (if that is the student"s choice), and educational programs for the student community.
Confidential consultation for faculty, staff, and students provided by the Dean for Issues of Chemical Dependency.