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Karen Uhlenbeck, MA'66, PhD'68 is first woman to receive Abel Prize in mathematics

The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters awarded the Abel Prize, known as the "Nobel Prize" of mathematics, to Karen Uhlenbeck, MA'66, PhD'68.
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Brandeis celebrates 60 years of the Wien International Scholarship Program

The weekend featured distinguished alumni, students and faculty who spoke about the legacy of the program which to date has brought nearly 900 students from over 110 countries to Brandeis.
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Toshizo “Tom” Watanabe ’73 receives Alumni Achievement Award at Wien anniversary

The Japanese entrepreneur and philanthropist was presented with the university's highest form of recognition at a March 9 gala celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Wien International Scholarship Program.
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Entrepreneur Brian Goldberg '99 serves up a cross-cultural food sensation

Early on a sunny morning, tourists are already crowding into New York City's Times Square. And, even at 11 a.m., a line is snaking along the sidewalk near Mr. Bing, a food stand in the middle of the pedestrian plaza.
Alumni Weekend

Registration opens for Alumni Weekend 2019

Brandeisians of all class years are welcome to return to campus to gather with classmates and fellow alumni.

Noted photographer Judy Glickman Lauder speaks about the "Danish exception"

The philanthropist, humanitarian and noted photographer delivered a talk at Brandeis to mark the publication of her new photobook, ”Beyond the Shadows: The Holocaust and the Danish Exception."

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Published three times a year by the Office of Communications, Brandeis Magazine includes feature-length stories and essays, campus happenings, Institutional Advancement and Alumni Association news, and Class Notes.