In line with achieving the purpose of the Rhodes Center to promote path-breaking scholarly research, the Director and Advisory Council will consider applications from Brown faculty, and in exceptional cases from Brown graduate and undergraduate students, for funding projects, conferences, etc. which promote research in international economics and finance. While research in economics naturally constitutes the core of the Center's agenda, funds are available for activities and multidisciplinary projects which foster path-breaking, policy-relevant research and teaching in international economics.
- Advising period for spring pre-registration. Students in their first through third semesters will need to procure their advising PIN from their advisor in order to register.
- Date by which advisors must approve sophomore submitted concentrations in ASK to avoid having a "No Concentration" hold placed against the student's Banner registration (5:00 pm deadline)
- Deadline for submission of proposals for undergraduate group study projects (GISPs) for Semester II