Karen Uhlenbeck, MS '66, PhD '68, standing in front of a blackboard with words and equations

PhD alumna Karen Uhlenbeck is first woman to receive Abel Prize in mathematics

The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters awarded the Abel Prize, known as the "Nobel Prize" of mathematics, to Karen Uhlenbeck, MA'67, PhD'68.

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Artificial intelligence meets WGBH's archives

WGBH Archives

An effort started by computational linguist James Pustejovsky aims to index and catalog some of the most famous programs in public television and radio's history — no humans needed.  More »

Zosia Busé '20 wants to make an impact

Zosia Buse

Zosia Busé likes to keep herself busy on campus, but her heart and soul lies with one particular activity: Her work with 'deis Impact, the annual festival for social justice at Brandeis.  More »

Visual Artist Fred Wilson to receive Brandeis' 2019 Creative Arts Award

Artist Fred Wilson in front of a wall of flags and photographs

Wilson challenges assumptions of history, culture, race, and conventions of display with his innovative and evocative work. By reframing objects and cultural symbols, he alters traditional interpretations, encouraging viewers to reconsider social and historical narratives. More »