Congresswoman Clark visits Brandeis to learn about science education initiatives, meet with students

Provost Steve Goldstein, Congresswoman Katherine Clark, Senior Vice President David Bunis and Senior Vice President for Students and Enrollment Andrew Flagel meet at Brandeis.

Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark visited Brandeis on Thursday, March 20 to learn more about its science education initiatives, including the Science Posse program, to meet with students, faculty and senior administrators, and to tour campus, including the Rose Art Museum.

“Brandeis University is a national leader in STEM education that is a crucial economic steppingstone for our future workforce,” said Congresswoman Clark. “It was wonderful to meet some of Brandeis’ Science Posse students and see the university’s commitment to access to higher education. Massachusetts is fortunate to have Brandeis as a vital partner in our continued economic and education success.”

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