- Brandeis innovators seek to make an impactNov. 28, 2016
The second annual Innovation Showcase captured the deep entrepreneurial spirit on campus across a variety of disciplines.
- How technology has changed the music industryNov. 1, 2016
Susan Dodes ’83, P’19, a professor of music industry studies, explains how new technology, like streaming services, have changed the importance of scoring a major record label deal. Dodes will be part of a panel discussion at Brandeis Nov. 10.
- Two alumnae carve a niche in the pop culture worldSept. 14, 2016
Meet Rose Del Vecchio '14 and Jenny Cheng '14, who channeled their love of pop culture and comic books to team up and launch a business that empowers women.
- Video: What is 'glocalization?' Brandeis IBS Prof. Andy Molinsky explainsSept. 6, 2016
Localization and globalization are two concepts on opposite ends of the spectrum — or are they?
- Brandeis University names two alumni to Board of TrusteesAug. 30, 2016
The Brandeis Board of Trustees has elected Georg B. Muzicant ’02, IBS MA ’03, and Mindy L. Schneider ’75 to the university’s governing body.
- Senior faculty appointed to leadership positions at Brandeis International Business SchoolAug. 15, 2016
Peter Petri will serve as interim dean and Kathryn Graddy has been named senior associate dean of Brandeis International Business School.
- Brandeis University Names Stewart Uretsky Executive Vice President for Finance and AdministrationAug. 12, 2016
Brandeis University has named Stewart Uretsky, a financial executive with deep experience at academic institutions, as executive vice president for finance and administration. In this key role, Uretsky will provide leadership for Brandeis’ financial, administrative and operational functions.
- Bruce Magid to step down as dean of Brandeis International Business SchoolJuly 27, 2016
Magid, who has served as dean since 2007, will step down in August to join a British-based global education company.
- Scientific innovation for positive impact: SPROUT awards announcedJuly 11, 2016
The SPROUT Program - designed to encourage and support entrepreneurial activity within the Brandeis community for students, faculty and staff - awarded $100,000 in seed money to eight promising teams.
- Put your mind to workMay 19, 2016
Brandeis IBS professor and alumnus urges newest graduates to use both theory and practice to change the world.
- Alumnus Len Asper '86 to speak at 2016 International Business School diploma ceremonyMay 17, 2016
- Brandeis Inside Out: Felix Liu Ku ’15, MA’16April 15, 2016
Felix Liu Ku fell in love with Brandeis for its eclectic and friendly campus, as well as for the endless opportunities available to students in the fields of business and economics.
- Yehudah Mirsky’s book wins Choice Award, $25,000 prizeApril 13, 2016
- Larry Kanarek '76 elected chair of Brandeis University Board of TrusteesMarch 31, 2016
Kanarek, who has been a board member since 2010, will take the helm in May, when current board chair Perry M. Traquina concludes a three-year term.
- Four questions with Geir H. Haarde '73, former prime minister of IcelandMarch 30, 2016
The alum and former prime minister of Iceland paid a visit to the Brandeis International Business School last week.
- Food Tank offers food for thoughtMarch 29, 2016
Students, faculty and staff come together for month-long think tank on making food production and consumption more sustainable.
- Brandeis benefactor Joseph Mandel dies at 102March 23, 2016
Brandeis honors and remembers the lasting legacy of one of its most generous benefactors
- Experts and students discuss campus climate policyFeb. 26, 2016
Brandeis continued the discussion on climate change policy when it invited students, faculty and leading experts in environmental science to discuss divestment and greening the campus.
- Has the economy lost its influence on Turkey’s foreign policy?Feb. 2, 2016
Nader Habibi, the Henry J. Leir Professor of the Economics of the Middle East, comments on the rise of Turkey as a trading state and the country's economic and diplomatic relations with its Middle Eastern neighbors in the wake of the Arab Spring.
- Lynch outlines workplace-training needs in the ‘new economy’ at international economics meetingJan. 15, 2016
Interim President Lisa Lynch shared her insights on how technological advances, globalization, an aging workforce and changing work organization are changing the skills workers need to do their jobs.
- America, its public debt and the world economyJan. 7, 2016
George Hall, the chair of the economics department and the Fred C. Hecht Professor of Economics, sits down with BrandeisNOW to discuss America's current debt and what the future could have in store for the global community.
- A year in pictures: A photographic retrospective of 2015Dec. 31, 2015
From record snowfall to the naming of a new president, it was a busy and notable year at Brandeis. Take a few minutes to enjoy a photographic retrospective of the year that was on campus.
- Hunker down with the Winter issue of Brandeis MagazineDec. 15, 2015
The Winter issue of Brandeis Magazine contains a season’s worth of stories to curl up with — including a retrospective on Louis D. Brandeis’ lasting impact on our ideas of privacy, free speech, inequality and social justice — as well as Class Notes, campus news and more.
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