The program is supported by Brandeis Trustee Jeanette P. Lerman '69 and Joseph E. Neubauer.
A Fellowship Program for Outstanding Students
The Lerman-Neubauer Fellowship Program at Brandeis University was inaugurated in 2008 to recognize students with exceptional scholastic records and the potential to make significant contributions to the academic field of their choice. Fellows are interested in all disciplines, and up to 16 entering students will be chosen each year to participate in the program; each receives two stipends for summer research.
Fellows are assigned a faculty mentor and have the opportunity to participate in paid internships or research projects and unique cultural events. The program also affords the opportunity to enroll in intellectually challenging seminars in the first and second years and an informal senior seminar with a faculty member.