Alumni in the world
Here are just some alumni conducting great work internationally. Click here to read more.
Brandeis alum Jamie van Wagtendonk ’09 reports from India, where he is working in Bhuj, Gujarat through the American Jewish World Service.
Jennifer Lin recently spent time in Japan as a participant in the prestigious Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme.
In September 2010, five Brandeis alumni medical professionals traveled to Haiti on a volunteer medical mission. Participant Michael Forman shares these photos, which illustrate both the beautiful and the bleak aspects of the nation.
Global Brandeis Alumni
Brandeis Alumni are some of the most active in higher education. Connected throughout the world, they are leading change in NGOs, socially-responsible businesses, universities and schools.
Brandeis has a deep history of alumni engagement globally. The Wien Scholarship Program, established in the 1950s, was one of the first in the United States to offer full four-year scholarships to undergraduate students from overseas. Many of these former students are now leaders in their home countries. Today, Brandeis alumni are leading nations and shaping events in every corner of the globe.
For more than 50 years, nearly 800 men and women from around the world have attended Brandeis University as Wien Scholars. Read about them and their achievements.
Visit the pages for Alumni Affairs for news, information and events.
Several alums have organized country-specific clubs and networks.
Join our new LinkedIn Group dedicated to international alumni and those concerned with global issues.
You can also join our new LinkedIn Sub-Group for the Brandeis India Initiative. Anyone working in India or with interest in India is welcome to join.
Read about your fellow alums' achievements and network with colleagues:
- Brandeis University Magazine
- Heller Alumni News & Views
- Brandeis International Business School Global Alumni Network and Class Notes