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NEWS AND OTHERS
Area hotels donate a percentage to Experiential Learning each time your guest stays!
WATCH/Brandeis Housing Advocacy Clinic
A free, drop-in service for low-income residents in Greater Waltham staffed by trained Brandeis students!!
Hours: Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5pm
Location: Suite 127, First Floor, Mandel Center
Experiential Learning and Teaching
Brandeis University offers students and faculty a wide range of hands-on learning and teaching opportunities including: independent research, Experiential Learning courses, internships, community-based projects, art work and study abroad programs. The Experiential Learning program was developed to expand on the the Brandeis mission, particularly preparing students to fully participate in a changing society. Many projects take students beyond campus by partnering with community groups, conducting research at a museum in Boston, serving as an intern for a semester, through study abroad, and more.
For a broader sense of the experiential aspects of Brandeis academics, please explore the pages for associated programs and departments.
- Community Engaged Learning
- Justice Brandeis Semester
- Study Abroad
- Performing & Visual Arts
- Dean of Arts & Sciences
"Experiential Learning has opened my eyes to opportunities to address social justice issues especially regarding health equality in the Waltham community. Theses experiences have inspired me to pursue a Master's of Public Health upon graduating from Brandeis."
-Caitlin Abber, Class of 2013
"My education extends beyond the boundaries of a traditional classroom setting as I transpose academic work onto my daily interactions. Through experiential learning, I personalize my education, making it part of my life." - Marisa Turesky, Class of 2013