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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For Barry Shrage, the times they are a-changin'

Barry Shrage

In a podcast, newly-appointed Professor of the Practice Barry Shrage discusses his 30-plus years at Combined Jewish Philanthropies and his new beginning at Brandeis. More »

Here's what Brandeis creative arts faculty are up to this summer

Collage with an outdoor sculpture, image of a barn in a field, and several paintings.

If members of the Brandeis University creative arts faculty aren't working with students, they are probably working on their craft. This summer, Brandeis arts faculty have a busy slate of exhibitions, performances, lectures and more.  More »

Five concepts that help explain the U.S. immigration policy crisis

Statue of Liberty

Professors Susan Eaton and Jessica Santos, PhD’15, of the Heller School for Social Policy and Management offer five ways to think critically and better understand U.S. immigration policy in context. More »