Unsung heroes put together a dominant performance on the big stageStory »
Pick up the current issue to read about Brandeis-educated curators who are shaking up the museum world. Meet Nadia Hashimi ’00, who writes novels that explore Afghanistan. Take a peek at how Brian Donahue ’82, MA’93, PhD’95, constructed a “slow-wood” house. And, in a Q&A with politics professor Jytte Klausen, learn what experts are discovering about domestic jihadism. More »
After 21 years in prison, Angel Echavarria, who has maintained his innocence against murder charges for years, might be within touching distance of his freedom. More »
- May 22, 2015Alumnus in Nepal to help people of earthquake-ravaged nation
- May 21, 2015Jens Hilscher and Michael McKay win Brandeis IBS Teaching Awards
- May 20, 2015Bateman wins Rabb School Outstanding Teacher Award
- May 20, 2015Senior faculty research leaves awarded
- May 19, 2015VIDEO: A look back at Commencement 2015
- May 19, 2015Heller School honors Nsiah-Jefferson, Anderson, and Isenberg with awards
- May 17, 2015Brandeis International Business School graduates encouraged to apply skills, make an impact around the world
- May 17, 2015Heller School celebrates Class of 2015
- May 17, 2015#Brande15: Commencement social media wrap-up
- May 17, 2015Jamaica Kincaid to humanities grads: 'Don't be afraid to wonder who you are'
- May 17, 2015Ballerina Suzanne Farrell tells creative arts graduates: 'The arts are hospitals for our souls'
- May 17, 2015Yotam Ottolenghi explains the stories and traditions behind his cookbook, 'Jerusalem'