What do graduate representatives do?
Your grad reps are there for you in many ways. Contact them if you want to:
- learn about the program from an experienced student
- get advice on housing, getting around town or navigating the Brandeis campus
- share questions or concerns about being a graduate student here
- suggest ideas for promoting social connections with your fellow students
Don't be bashful about contacting them!
NEJS Graduate Representatives
Adam Eisler is a second-year M.A. student focusing on the modern Middle East and Israel. Born in Ramat Gan, Israel, Adam moved to New Haven, Connecticut at a young age. Before attending Brandeis, Adam studied at the University of Connecticut and Tel Aviv University where he contributed writings to the UConn Free-Press and Namaste Human Rights Journal.
His research interests include the commemoration of fallen soldiers during the 1973 October War, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, and other aspects of modern Egyptian political movements.