Brown’s School of Professional Studies welcomes an Associate Director of Career Services and Professional Development to support master’s and professional students in their career development journeys.
Anyone who’s applied any amount of effort towards having and maintaining a meditation practice inevitably comes up against challenges in finding and making time for it. Senior Mindfulness Instructor, Lynn Koerbel reflects on two areas to support our practice: The fuel and the friction.
Wilfredo (Will) Giordano-Perez
IE Brown Executive MBA (IE Business School and Brown University).
What was the main reason you chose an executive MBA program over part-time or online alternatives?
I was looking for a program that I could integrate into the work I was doing daily as a physician leader, one that would focus on executive-level skills, strategic thinking, and leadership development, while still allowing me to practice medicine and care for my patients. I did not want to be in a class surrounded by other healthcare execs, but rather a class filled with execs from different business sectors all around the world. This is exactly what this program offered. Sitting next to me was a lawyer and CEO from Uganda, a Director of Informatics from Amsterdam, Leaders in Oil and Energy from Kazakhstan and Colombia, Senior VPs from one of the largest banks and corporations in the world and the list goes on…
The newly appointed director of open enrollment and custom education is poised to grow Brown University’s executive education portfolio — designing and delivering innovative training and development opportunities for individuals, organizations and the workforce of the future.
Ever since her first job, Amber J. Adams has been helping her colleagues grow their careers. When she found the ACT Leadership and Brown University Leadership & Performance Coaching Certification program, she knew it was time to take her coaching career to the next level.
At world-class institutions like IE Business School and Brown University, we push boundaries. To that end, we give you as many opportunities as possible to take your learning and thinking out of the classroom and into the real world.
Brown’s Online MPH is a fully remote program designed for students balancing professional aspirations with their educational goals. Students are grouped into cohorts that gather online to review coursework, discuss ideas, and provide support to one another. While their curriculum is similar, their reasons for pursuing an MPH are as varied as their backgrounds. From the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma to war-torn Ukraine, the first cohort of Brown’s Online MPH students are finding their way in the field of public health, together.
Whether they're undergraduates transferring from other institutions, online students starting master's programs or visiting scholars committing to finishing their degrees on College Hill, nearly 200 students embarked on their Brown journeys in late January.
As students commenced their professional master’s program at Brown, keynote speaker, U.S. Navy Vice Admiral shared lessons learned from the whiteboard to the water — innovation, advocacy and achieving the impossible.