Students from the Posse program in a science lab.

Brandeis receives $1 million grant to boost science education

A portion of the funds will go toward supporting talented, underrepresented students. New, smaller classes will be offered alongside introductory courses.

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Reflections on 37 years of coaching from fencing coach Bill Shipman

Brandeis fencing coach of 37 years Bill Shipman surrounded by fencers at a match

Brandeis fencing coach Bill Shipman retires at the end of June. He reflects on his 37 years coaching the Judges, including 10 all-Americans and one Olympic medalist.  More »

Working at Brandeis is all in the family

Abigail Belyea and her father Dennis

Thirty-year employee Dennis Belyea, P'18, has an extra reason to celebrate on Father's Day: his daughter has graduated from Brandeis and is working on campus as well. More »

Amy Lee named a Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences

Amy Lee in the lab

Assistant Professor of Biology Amy Si-Ying Lee has been named one of 22 Pew Scholars in the Biomedical Sciences by the Pew Charitable Trusts. The recognition and funding for promising early-career researchers is the latest award for Lee, who joined the Brandeis faculty in 2016.  More »