The Brandeis-India Initiative Fellows Program
The Fellows program, which is supported by Indian parents and friends of the university, matches Brandeis students' passion for social justice with the interests and needs of Indian sponsors and partners.
Read the blog of current fellows.
Images from the 2011 Fellowships
MILANA and Advocacy
by Melissa Donze '12
Hindu Seva Pratishthana
by David Wilkerson '12
Footprints and Stories
by Nusrath Yusuf '13
Explorations in India
by Terry Li '14
by Jessica Christian '13
Congratulations to our 2013-2014 Brandeis-India Fellows!
Join our LinkedIn Site
You can also join us on LinkedIn through the “Brandeis Alumni and Friends in India” a sub-group, under the International Alumni and Friends group, for people who are connected to the Brandeis Community and India in some capacity. This group is for students originally from India, faculty working on or in India, parents of current and former students, alumni working in India, etc. It is a place for members to seek advice on finding jobs and internships in India, ideas on how to connect with the Brandeis Community in their area, and suggestions on how to get settled. More information on LinkedIn and joining the groups can be found here.
Presidential Trip to India, February 2012
In February, President Fred Lawrence led a delegation of Brandeis faculty and staff to India. It was the second Brandeis visit in three years. The trip strengthened partnerships with Indian institutions and organizations, particularly in the sciences. President Lawrence also teamed up with Brandeis parents and alumni to speak on international justice and human rights. Learn more about the trip here.