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Toshizo Watanabe
$10 million gift supports students from Japan
Wien Scholar establishes the Toshizo Watanabe International Scholarship Program.
Shaina Gilbert standing with her hands on her hips smiling in a school hallway.
Going the Distance to Educate Young Leaders
When Shaina Gilbert ’10 set up a summer camp for children in Haiti, she thought it would be a one-summer thing. Today, the camp is entering its 10th year.
Two chimpanzees, sitting very close. One is holding his paw in front of the other's face.
What Can Chimpanzees Teach Us about Care?
Amy Hanes, MA'11, PhD'19, researches the meaning of care in the forests of Cameroon.

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  • Eleanor Roosevelt
    Brandeis Then: Eleanor Roosevelt

    Brandeis Board member. Feminist. Force to be reckoned with.

    1961
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    Brandeis Now: Anita Hill

    University Professor. Feminist. Force to be reckoned with.

    2018