Student entrepreneurs innovate at 3 Day Startup

Brandeis International Business School competition presents students with real-world opportunity, challenges

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BEMCo at the Boston Marathon — then and now

By Leah Burrows

Yedidya Ben-Avie ’15, a member of the Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps, believes in being proactive when an issue arises. This philosophy was put to the test last April when the bombs went off near the Boston Marathon finish line, and close to where he was stationed as a medical volunteer.  More »

Fishman earns national Jewish studies honor

By Bill Schaller

The Association for the Social Scientific Study of Jewry has selected Sylvia Barack Fishman to receive the 2014 Marshall Sklare Award in recognition of her significant scholarly contribution to the social scientific study of Jewry. She is the fourth Brandeis faculty member to earn the honor. More »

Brandeis staff to run Boston Marathon for bombing victim

By Jeffrey Boxer

The 2014 Boston Marathon will have extra meaning for many, including assistant swim coach Breda O’Connor and club sports coordinator Matt Callahan. They will be running the race to raise money for Marc Fucarile, Callahan’s cousin who was seriously injured in the bombing attack during last year’s marathon. More »