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Thursday, April 19, 2012

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American Academy of Arts and Sciences elects 10

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the oldest honorary learned societies, has elected 220 new fellows, including nine faculty members and one trustee. Among them is biology Professor Liqun Luo, left.

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Social factors linked to early death risk, study finds

A study of U.S. health disparities identifies 22 socioeconomic and environmental variables—including education, income and job—that together are better indicators of early death than are race or geography. Professor of Medicine Mark Cullen, left, is first author of the study.

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GSB study says guilt may signal leadership potential

Leaders are often perceived to be sociable and upbeat. But new Graduate School of Business research by doctoral candidate Becky Schaumberg and Professor Francis Flynn suggests that the tendency to feel guilty may indicate leadership potential.

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Filmmaker STEVEN SPIELBERG joins Brown Institute for Media Innovation board of advisers . . .

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