Brandeis is ready to celebrate the achievements of our graduating students this weekend
Music, theater, comedy, dance and art will fill the campus during this annual event
Honorary degrees to recognize leaders in literature, international relations and dance
3D printathon competition challenges teams to build something that represents what social justice means to them
Philanthropist Peter Norton has donated 41 works created by some of today’s leading contemporary artists
The senior plans to help kids reach for the stars through Teach for America
Joelle Robinson ’18 combines passions for computer science and art
Meet the dedicated individuals who have worked around the clock to keep campus running during this historic winter
New exhibitions include an examination of Helen Frankenthaler and new pieces recently acquired by the museum
Sam Sisakhti, MA’07, quit his first 9-to-5 finance job in just four days. The International Business School grad had a business idea he wanted to pursue, now.
Ethan Stein '15 launches cyber security company, eyes changing the world
Brandeis is delighted to welcome our new midyear students to campus today
Sixteen years after a teenager was sentenced to life, pr exec Scott Farmelant '86 undertook a campaign to set him free
The program awards stipends for Brandeis students performing unpaid internships
Follow a day in the lives of students Tove Freeman '16 and Kaelan Lynch '17
Professor Margie Lachman leads new Boston Roybal Center for Active Lifestyle Interventions
Meet interdisciplinary artist Todd Pavlisko, our new assistant professor of fine arts
Valerie Scott ’05 develops technologies to boldly go where none has gone before
Farming historian and associate professor Brian Donahue discusses the traditional Thanksgiving menu and its evolution
Mary Jo Larson to study the prevalence of chronic pain among Army service members returning from a deployment
Men's team eyes second national title, moving on to round three
Center will help ensure the societal impact of Brandeis' research is maximized
The men's team will host Division III playoffs on campus this weekend
Events representing diverse cultures give students taste of life around the globe
Mark Berger joins the group on viola
Named finalist for the highly competitive, $30,000 Geoffrey Beene Scholarship
Ruderman Scholars participate in disability-related research and advocacy
Brandeis and Bentley student leaders work with local residents to launch new community space
Brandeis Judges pledge support to LGBTQ peers in and out of the sports arena
Find out in ReAction, the university's new science and research blog
The senior volleyball player overcomes adversity, triumphs as a student-athlete
Heller School dean and nationally renowned economist to become the university’s senior academic officer
Address celebrates Africa's rise and Ghana's ties to Brandeis
Jasmine Johnson joins the Brandeis faculty this year as one of two new hires in a multiyear academic initiative in African Diaspora studies
Professor Brian Donahue co-authors a perspective on meeting New England’s future food needs
The medal ceremony was part of the school's 55th anniversary celebration
The ceremony for the new installation by Chris Burden punctuated the museum's fall opening
The official unveiling ceremony, reception and concert promise to be electric
Brandeis scientists work to unravel the molecular mechanics of ALS
Class of 2018 students encouraged to leave their own mark on history
The Brandeis community is ready to welcome its newest members to campus
Brandeis undergrads work alongside faculty on pioneering research
Hunter's keen insights built the museum's acclaimed collection
Keck grant will allow Professor Bulbul Chakraborty and colleagues to explore the behaviors of macroscopic assemblies
The summer issue of Brandeis Magazine examines love in its many guises and through a variety of lenses
The HHMI grant will strengthen Brandeis' commitment to interdisciplinary undergraduate research
The winners of the 2014 Brandeis Virtual Incubator Sprout Grant Program aren’t afraid of a challenge
Take a peek inside the Brandeis studios where students collaborate, learn from faculty and each other and find their voice in the universal language of art
More than 1,200 alumni and their guests celebrated on campus all weekend
Congressman John Lewis will deliver the conference's keynote address
Members of the classes ending in 4s and 9s head back to campus this weekend to celebrate
Dr. Eve Marder's lab builds a new model to understand neural self-regulation
Video captures the spirit of the day
Brandeis graduates celebrate achievements at 63rd commencement
Preparations are well underway for Brandeis' 63rd Commencement exercises
Fourteen soon-to-be graduates share their Brandeisian moments and memories.
Asaf Meir ’14 combines his passion for music, technology and business in new start-up venture
Madeline List ’15, the first Brandeis Circumnavigators Club Foundation Scholar, will study people with disabilities across the globe this summer
D’Andre Young '15 is building a brand you’re going to know
Kira Levin ’17 brings the fight against malaria to the Brandeis campus
Intel recognizes Olympian Tim Morehouse '00, who is revolutionizing the future of fencing with technology
Brandeis' MFA actors devise their own works for the stage, inspired by everything from superheroes to superstitions
This year's festival highlights include the Hungry March Band and Livingston Taylor.
Critically acclaimed documentary chronicles Brandeis Professor Anita Hill's decision to speak truth to power
Avi Aizenman ’13 seeks to understand relationship between sight and sound
Nate Shaffer '16, founder of the undergraduate composers collective, recalls how he found his calling
Alumnus and scientist honored with the 'Nobel Prize of Computing'
Caroline Mattos, Noah Berman and Adam Mandel are ready to parry at Ohio State
Professor Chris Miller talks con artists, charlatans and heretics
President Marsha Patel ’14 and her brigadiers make a real and lasting impact
The museum explores dimensions of time and space this spring
Featuring a Q&A with education expert Arthur Levine '70
HSSP program students go to the front lines of health care and the halls of government to help people around the world
Suzanne Paradis and her lab unearth the roots of neural branching
The latest issue of State of the Arts magazine features the new buzz that Rose Director Chris Bedford and artist Chris Burden are bringing Brandeis
Highlights of the third annual 'festival of social justice' to include talks, performances, exhibits and a keynote address by Nelson Mandela's grandsons
Young scientist Gil Henkin ’14 part of team that conjures mesmerizing images of microscopic systems in motion
Jon Landau ’68 on his youth at Brandeis and his life today as Bruce Springsteen's manager
Brandeis is thrilled to welcome our new midyear students to campus today
Undergraduates show their style with atypical extracurricular activity
Samantha Watson ’01, MBA’06, helps young adult survivors tackle life after treatment
Fall-semester finals week brings a different rhythm to the Brandeis campus
Faculty, students are inspired by former South African president's legacy of compassion and social justice
The Hiatt Career Center's annual event brings leading professionals to campus to judge the competition and engage with students
Rabbi Elyse Winnick explains the once-in-a-lifetime confluence of holidays
Professor Andrew Koh part of team that unearthed 3,700-year-old storeroom
On the 50th anniversary of JFK's death, Brandeis community members share generational moments
Brandeis Theater Company turns Spingold into 'Cabaret' through Nov. 24
The Rose Art Museum has commissioned a major installation by Boston native and critically acclaimed artist Chris Burden
Mathematician (and former dancer) Professor Ruth Charney wants to multiply women in math
In honor of Halloween, BrandeisNOW spoke with Professor Don Katz about how the brain processes fear — potentially with deadly consequences.
The annual family weekend features an array of on- and off-campus events
Professor's election based on professional achievement and involvement in critical public health issues
Soccer coaches honored, bust dedicated to Bill McKenna '55
Collaboration with Museum of Science, Boston, spawns art, education and music
Ranked No. 1, club now coaching next generation.
Chandler Rosenberger leverages firsthand knowledge of emerging democracies in new course
New undergraduate program is among the most popular on campus
Brandeis and partner organizations build a community playground in a day
Works by Andy Warhol, Jack Whitten, Omer Fast and others on display.
With a soul-baring third novel exploring the pitfalls of trying to adopt a child, Jennifer Gilmore ’92 comes of age
Brandeis' Special Collections department houses fascinating realia that tell fiction's back stories.
Ethics Center initiative puts students on front lines of social justice
Osaze Akerejah '14 performs slam poem at Orientation event
Scholars and activists reflect on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington
Group leaders help Class of 2017 move in, learn the ropes
Bulbul Chakraborty, the university's first female faculty member in physics, hits her stride
Brandeis is delighted to welcome the members of the Class of 2017!
High school students' passion for video games is cultivated in summer program
Sometimes the best way to bridge a culture gap is to fill it with laughs
Chris Bedford envisions new methods of engagement with the Rose Art Museum
Summer Youth Summit brings high school students to campus to get hands-on education in healthcare careers
Epidemiologist Jonathan Epstein ’96 wrangles giant fruit bats in Bangladesh and other remote areas to prevent the next devastating global pandemic.
New Board of Trustees chair Perry Traquina ’78 believes in giving back by investing in the next generation.
$5 million gift honors legacy of distinguished alumna
Nearly 1,300 alumni and friends gathered on campus to celebrate
Award recognizes “the best neuroscience research being done anywhere.”
Reconnect with classmates, revisit favorite Brandeis landmarks and enjoy the weekend-long celebration.
In a war-torn and ethnically divided country, keeping score on the basketball court means more than tallying points.
Brandeis' 62nd commencement was a day of inspiration, thanks and joy.
Brandeis memories mark senior week.
A weekend of celebrations will mark the 62nd commencement ceremonies.
The 61st Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts excited and inspired the campus community to imagine the impossible.
Brandeis Magazine features newly released Beatles photographs taken by Henry Grossman '58 that are thrilling music fans everywhere.
Highlights include the Brandeis Folk Festival and Super Sunday.
The Brandeis University Medical Corps marks its 30th anniversary.
Music is not Judith Eissenberg’s whole world — it’s her way of encountering the world.
Biologist Michael Rosbash’s groundbreaking research racks up accolades as his lab continues to decode what makes the fruit fly — and humans — tick.
Brandeis Magazine profiles University Professor David Hackett Fischer, one of the nation’s most respected historians.
Brandeis celebrates the extraordinary achievements of its men’s and women’s soccer teams.
The latest issue of Brandeis Magazine features Brandeisians who bring sizzle and substance to showbiz.
A silver medal winner in Beijing, he is now the oldest fencer on the team
Brandeis celebrated the achievements of the Class of 2012 on May 20
The Brandeis community comes together this weekend to celebrate the university's 61st graduation ceremony
For more than 40 years, the Transitional Year Program has been an integral part of Brandeis' commitment to social justice
The Waltham Group connects hundreds of students with local service opportunities
Students in Gina Turrigiano's lab explore how the brain balances excitation and inhibition
Anthropologist Javier Urcid helps students understand ancient societies using Brandeis' rich collection of artifacts
Memories abound at the 50th anniversary celebration of Brandeis' fabled art museum
For eight weeks last summer, Brandeis students were immersed in the legacy of the civil rights struggle
Original film triptych 'EVE-RAY-FOREVER' appeared at Rose in 1965
Broad $1.7 million renovation project has been completed
Three exhibitions showcase the museum's renowned permanent collection
Forsan Hussein ’00 is the CEO of the Jerusalem YMCA and a passionate advocate for peace and understanding
An innovative internship helped Wei-Huan Chen ’12 pursue his passion for journalism
Eliana Light ’13 is finding a path to integrate her diverse personal interests
Posse Scholar Vincent Asante ’14 is winning championships far from home
Members of the Brandeis Class of 2011 offer their sage advice to this year's incoming first-year students
Brandeis' newest alumni celebrate their achievements with fellow graduates, proud parents and friends
This Brandeis senior straddles the worlds of art and science, and is in no hurry to choose between them
For Claire Cooper ’11, Brandeis’ global ties have opened doors to a journey of discovery and commitment
Brandeis’ emphasis on undergraduate research is a core value in Christine Thomas’ classroom
Brandeis’ social justice mission comes to life through the work of dedicated students like Stephanie Johnson ’13
Interns Sofia Retta '15 and Sarah McCarty '15 own the curatorial process for the 'Disrupted Spaces' exhibition