Experiential Learning Team



Director

Daniel Langenthal

Daniel received his MBA from Heller, his MA in Jewish communal Service from Hornstein and an MS in Outdoor Education from UNH.  He is an experienced Organizational Consultant and Outdoor Educator, who has worked as a trainer/consultant/educator at many universities.  He also founded and continues to serve as Chair of the Board of an Israeli non-profit dedicated to improving intercultural awareness between Jews and Arabs through experiential and diversity programming/learning at Israeli colleges and universities.

Assistant Director

Alison Link

Alison has worked with a diverse array of populations in the areas of youth development and with at-risk populations. She has pursued varied interests over the years from her teaching experience at Lehman College CUNY to her doctoral dissertation research on the relationship between the leisure functioning and rehabilitation of those reentering society from prison. Alison is a graduate of Brown University and holds a Master of Arts in recreation and leisure studies and resources management from New York University and her PhD from Yeshiva University. Alison is the current chair of the World Leisure Association Commission on Leisure Education and on the Board of Take Back Your Time. She lives in Boston with her husband David and two sons.

Experiential Learning Coordinator

Melanie Harris

Melanie is a prospective M.A. student of Ancient Greek and Roman Studies at Brandeis. She completed her B.A. at Northeastern University in Spanish and Communications with a Rhetoric concentration.


Experiential Learning Fellows

Experiential Fellows are outstanding Brandeis student leaders who have engaged with, supported, promoted and facilitated Experiential Learning at Brandeis. Click the link above to find out more.