July 2018
More than 1,200 alumni and friends returned to campus to celebrate reunions and other special connections at the inaugural Alumni Weekend.
Anita Hill and Tony Goldwyn '82
At Alumni Weekend, the "Scandal" star and 2018 Alumni Achievement Award winner spoke with Hill on stage about activism in the entertainment industry, including the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.
Whether you were attending Alumni College, reuniting with classmates, visiting the Rose Art Museum or dancing under the big tent, Alumni Weekend had it all! Relive the experience, or see what you missed, in this highlight video.
Michael Rosbash and Vipin Suri, PhD’01, on stage at Spingold Theater.
Brandeis professor and Nobel laureate Michael Rosbash offered some insight and behind-the-scenes facts about his journey at Alumni College.
A portion of the funds will go toward supporting talented, underrepresented students. New, smaller classes will be offered alongside introductory courses.
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Brandeis: A year in the news
Two Nobel Prize laureates. A champion for gender equality and women’s rights. New research to solve tomorrow’s challenges today. Social justice. The 2017-18 academic year contained this and more as the Brandeis University story reached people and places around the world.
Reflections on 37 years of coaching from fencing coach Bill Shipman
At the end of his 37th season as the head coach of Brandeis men's and women's fencing, Bill Shipman announced his retirement. Read this Q&A with Shipman to get his thoughts on his remarkable career.
Summer reads: Brandeis professors, librarians offer their picks
BrandeisNow asked university faculty and librarians for some summer reading recommendations. Here is what they are recommending to other Brandeisians.
Explore the Amazon with Brandeis Travelers
The Amazon has stirred the imaginations of dreamers and explorers for centuries for good reason. Discover the awe-inspiring beauty and mystery of this complex ecosystem, unlike any other on earth, on a 10-day voyage with Brandeis Travelers January 4-13, 2019, led by Professor Dan Perlman.
Here's what Brandeis creative arts faculty are up to this summer
If members of the Brandeis University creative arts faculty aren't working with students, they are probably working on their craft. This summer, Brandeis arts faculty have a busy slate of exhibitions, performances, lectures and more.
VIDEO: Thank you for supporting Brandeis
As the 2018 fiscal year comes to a close, we wish to thank all of those who made a gift to the university in the past 12 months, helping our current and future students to succeed just as you did!
Where in the world are the World of Work (WOW) recipients?
The Hiatt Career Center's WOW program eliminates financial barriers for undergraduate Brandeis students to pursue summer internships that help them gain valuable skills and experience. Learn what WOW students are up to this summer on the program's blog!
TRII is growing immigration advocacy, and it's powered by Brandeis students
Out of an unassuming office in downtown Waltham, The Right to Immigration Institute is helping immigrants navigate the legal system, and Jonathan Goldman '19 and Victoria St. Jean '19 are at its core.
A justice system that creates orphans
In an op-ed in The Boston Globe, executive director of Brandeis Hillel Rabbi Seth Winberg discusses the moral implications of the current immigration crisis.
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!
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