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“Every citizen must have education -- broad and continuous. This essential of citizenship is not met by an education which ends at the age of 14 -- or even at 18 or 22. Education must continue throughout life.”― Address of Louis D. Brandeis at Faneuil Hall, Boston. July 5, 1915, "True Americanism."
Welcome to BNC's expanded Learning Opportunities, now representing a broad spectrum of exciting topics and new learning modules. Watch this video (click here) for more information and introduce our unique programs to your chapter!
Brandeis Study with the Best
Brandeis faculty continue to provide stimulating learning opportunities through their renowned study guides (formerly syllabi and brieflets). BNC's trademark study guides consist of scholarly information on a particular topic, insightful questions for discussion, a faculty biography and a recommended bibliography for further study. > Learn more.
The Brandeis Encore Series & New Student Forum
The Brandeis National Committee offers two unique programs offering continuing education opportunities witha taste of Brandeis. The Encore Series presents video programming that showcases faculty and celebrated guest speakers featured at special on-campus events.
The New Student Forum features a read along sharing experience with the incoming freshman class at Brandeis. Students meet the author, pose insightful questions and challenge perspectives. To participate in these programs, videos and study guides can be ordered by contacting the National Center. Both the Brandeis Encore Series and New Student Forum will make you feel a part of the Brandeis community. > Learn more.
In collaboration with the National Center for Jewish Film on the Brandeis campus, BNC has assembled a lending library of DVDs. The 'Deis Flicks collection includes both the work of modern independent filmmakers and archival materials. Together they represent a visual record of the Jewish people in all of their vibrancy and diversity. > Learn more.