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International justice: Brandeis students do legal work abroad in The Hague

Students encounter new perspectives in the world's human rights and international law hub.

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Brandeis alum nets major award for podcast on human rights and the sciences

Vivek VimalBy Lawrence Goodman

Vivek Vimal PhD '17 was honored by the Association for the Advancement of Science for exploring whether everyone deserves access to information. And he plays his own piano compositions! More »

A visionary solution to dry-eye syndrome

Dave Matthews '18 makes adjustments to a Schlervey test model.By Lawrence Goodman

Brandeis Physicist Hermann Wellenstein is putting the finishing touches on Sclervey, a system to survey the sclera so patients with dry-eye syndrome and other corneal diseases can be fitted for lenses more efficiently. More »

100 years ago African-Americans marched down 5th Avenue to declare that black lives matter

By Chad Williams

In The Conversation, Brandeis professor Chad Williams recounts how on July 28, 1917, nearly 10,000 African-Americans silently marched down Fifth Avenue to protest racial violence and white supremacy in the United States. More »