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International Alumni Network

The Brandeis International Alumni Network is a social, educational and professional group that welcomes both undergraduate and graduate alumni living abroad or in the U.S. Keep in touch and stay connected through our International Alumni Network, find other international alumni through a network directory and maintain your valuable Brandeis connections, wherever you are. Get involved through in-person and virtual events, alum-to-alum outreach, engagement on social media and by sharing news about our alumni across the globe. Please join our International Alumni Network Facebook Group and bookmark this page to stay connected!
Events

Alumnus emphasizes importance of peace-building

During third annual Topol Lecture in Nonviolence Practice, Rabbi Ron Kronish '68 emphasizes key role of religious leaders, educators and activists in helping people live free of conflict.

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Campus News

President Liebowitz urges Trump to reconsider his decision on 'Dreamers'

Letter implores him to exercise political courage and moral leadership by reversing DACA policy.

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Alumni Weekend

Inaugural Alumni Weekend coming in June

All alumni invited to return to campus for three-day gala to reconnect with fellow grads from every class, make new friends, visit with favorite professors and relive special memories.

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Alumni Profile

Ieva Jusionyte MA'07, PhD'12 discusses her career in ethnographic research

Jusionyte studies conflict in the boarder regions of Latin America.

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Campus News

Brandeis supports legal brief opposing travel ban

University joins 30 other schools nationwide in amicus filing that describes the important role of international students, faculty and staff in higher education.

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Events

Intercultural Center celebrates past, present and future

Alumni invited to return to campus to attend 25th anniversary celebration on April 28-29.

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Campus News

Canadian Supreme Court justice to address 66th Commencement

Rosalie Silberman Abella, a renowned expert on human-rights law, will receive honorary degree, along with four others: pioneering computer scientist Leslie Lamport, MA’63, PhD’72; Provost Lisa M. Lynch, P’17; former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick; and longtime Combined Jewish Philanthropies President Barry Shrage.

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Alumni in the News

From conflict to cooperation

Forbes profiles former Israeli soldier Ohad Elhelo '16, IBS MA'17, whose initiative to bring together young entrepreneurs from the Middle East at Brandeis is attracting attention -- and funding.

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Alumni in the News

Former U.S. ambassador and his family staying in Israel

Dan Shapiro '91 plans to work for Institute for National Security Studies, a think tank in Tel Aviv.

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Campus News

Meet Mark Brimhall-Vargas

Brandeis' first chief diversity officer had been at Tufts and the University of Maryland, College Park.

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Campus News

Brandeis joins others schools in brief against travel ban

In support of students, University seeks extension of order barring enforcement of executive order barring immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries.

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Campus News

Sign up today for new Shared Interest Groups

Alumni Association launches Alumni of Color Network, Arts Network, International Alumni Network and Lawyers Network to connect alumni in different ways.

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Campus News

Brandeis community opens home and heart this Thanksgiving

International students connect with families on Turkey Day.

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Campus News

New director joins Intercultural Center

Madeleine Lopez has served as a lecturer in Latino and Latina history at Brandeis and founded the Cultural Education Center at Hamilton College.

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Campus News

Peter Petri named interim dean of International Business School

The Carl J. Shapiro Professor of International Finance replaces Bruce Magid.

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Events

Wien Alumni Network hosts panel discussion on international migration

Panelists include former Wien Scholar Geir Haarde ’73, the one-time prime minister of Iceland and the country’s current ambassador to the United States.

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Past Event Wrap-Ups

Upcoming Events

  • Faculty in the Field with Professor Reuven Kimelman

    May 15, 2017

    The Brandeis community in Toronto gathered at the home of Sarah '86 and Larry Krauss for the Alumni Club of Toronto's annual Faculty in the Field event.... Reuven Kimelman, professor of Near Eastern and Judaic studies, spoke on "How is a Peace Process Different from a Piece Process?" Guests enjoyed an evening of intellectual conversation and reconnecting with fellow Brandeis alumni.

  • Wien Scholars visit with alumni and Wien family in NYC

    April 7, 2017

    A group of Wien Scholars traveled to New York City to visit with members of the family of founding donors Lawrence and Mae Wien.... Current and former Wien Scholars met with Dinny and Lester Morse, the Wiens' daughter and son-in-law, and Peter Malkin, the Wiens' son-in-law. Abdul Rehman '19, Roopa Boodhun '18, Trang Nguyen '19 and Nomunaa Purevbayar '17 made remarks and presented the Wien family with gifts from the students. Later that evening, Matias Ringel '91, MA'92, and his wife, Sylvia, hosted the students and alumni for dinner at their home in Manhattan.

  • Meet President Ron Liebowitz

    March 5, 2017

    More than 50 Brandeisians and friends welcomed President Ron Liebowitz and his wife, Jessica, to London at the Royal Automobile Club.... Every decade of Brandeis was represented among the students studying abroad and friends. Anant Jani '03, MS'03, co-president of the Alumni Club of Great Britain, welcomed the attendees. Founding club president Joan Givner Bovarnick, PhD'69, introduced President Liebowitz.

  • Faculty in the Field with Professor Jonathan D. Sarna '75, MA'75

    March 2, 2017

    Jonathan D. Sarna '75, MA'75, spoke about future trends in American Jewish life.... More than 40 alumni, parents, students and friends attended the Faculty in the Field event with Sarna, University Professor and the Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History. In his discussion, he drew on the impact of the 2016 election and other economic, demographic and religious changes. Stephen Hazan Arnoff '94 hosted the event at the Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center for Conservative Judaism.