May 2018
Alumni Weekend logo Prizes include free registration for one for all Alumni Weekend events, a $250 Amazon gift card and front-row seats to the Alumni Achievement Award ceremony featuring this year's recipient, "Scandal" star and activist Tony Goldwyn '82.
Graddy, who came to Brandeis in 2007 from Oxford University, has been senior associate dean at IBS since 2016.
Robert Kuttner and the cover of his book "Can Democracy Survive Global Capitalism?"
On May 9, Kuttner will discuss his new book with Provost Lisa Lynch and Boston Public Library President David Leonard.
Andrew Kolodny
Register today for a presentation and discussion with Opioid Policy Research Collaborative Co-Director Andrew Kolodny in Boston on June 5.
Louis Brandeis statue
Learn more about new members Bonnie Berger ’83; Deborah Bial ’87, H’12; Josh Kraft; and Lan Xue ’90, MA’91, as well as re-elected member Jonathan Davis ’75.
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Annual luncheon celebrates scholarships and fellowships
Heartfelt speeches from DACA recipient Elias Rosenfeld '20 and Ph.D. candidate Rabia Anjum MS'17 highlighted an event that brought together donors and the students they support.
Take a class online with Brandeis faculty, register today!
Join Brandeis faculty online to explore contemporary and historical topics ranging from the arts, world affairs, cultural studies and more.
Webinar to discuss building a career as a freelancer
Join the Hiatt Career Center for the last live webinar of the year on May 9 featuring a panel of freelancers across various industries who will share their advice for others looking to pursue a more flexible path. Plus, check out the archive of 50+ webinar recordings to catch up on any you may have missed.
Explore the Amalfi Coast with Brandeis Travelers
Sign up today to explore Italy's beautiful Amalfi Coast this October with Professor and Chair of Classical Studies Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow P'07, P'10!
Are you on the Honor Roll?
Make a gift of any size to Brandeis by May 19 to be included in the Honor Roll displayed at Alumni Weekend in June.
Sam Shankland '14 becomes U.S. national chess champion
A member of the chess club when he was a student, Brandeis alumnus and chess grandmaster Shankland became the 2018 U.S. Chess Champion with one of the greatest performances in the tournament's history.
At the Rose, taking tenderness to unexpected places
Read the Boston Globe's article on “Jennifer Packer: Tenderheaded,” a powerful exhibit on display at the Rose Art Museum through July 8.
Brandeis in a Box
Getting together with a group of Brandeisians? We want to send you a free box filled with Brandeis swag - everything from drink coasters to Brandeis Bingo!
Four students awarded Stroum Family Waltham Scholarships
Brandeis and the City of Waltham honored this year’s recipients at a ceremony and breakfast on April 20. The scholarship – which provides free tuition to Brandeis for four years – is awarded annually to four outstanding Waltham High School seniors.
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New York City
HireNYC: Alumni-Only Career Fair
May 2, 2018
Southern California
Private Tour and Lunch at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena
May 6, 2018
Westchester and Southern Connecticut
Faculty in the Field with Professor Don Katz
May 6, 2018
Networking Night
May 8, 2018
Greater Boston
Professor Robert Kuttner Speaking on New Book at Boston Public Library
May 9, 2018
Career Programs
Webinar: Virtual Panel: From Full-time to Freelance
May 9, 2018
New York City
The Continuing Saga: Investment and Development in NYC Real Estate
May 10, 2018
Online Programs
Good News About Climate Change from Europe and Beyond
May 10, 2018
Hong Kong Student-Alumni Networking Event
May 21, 2018
A Conversation with Ambassador (Ret.) Daniel B. Shapiro '91
May 22, 2018
Great Britain
Faculty in the Field with Professor Don Katz
May 24, 2018
Greater Boston
Understanding the Opioid Crisis
June 5, 2018
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