Category: International Affairs
- Former U.S. Ambassador Thomas Pickering to speak at commencementMarch 30, 2015
Senior statesman is one of five honorary degree recipients being recognized for achievements in literature, international relations, dance and culinary culture.
- Former Miss World encourages sexual assault survivors to speak outMarch 25, 2015
Linor Abargil came to Brandeis to screen her documentary, "Brave Miss World," and speak to the community about eradicating rape and sexual assault.
- Sorensen Fellows prepare for summer journeysMarch 20, 2015
The eight Brandeis undergraduates will participate in internships around the globe this summer.
- Thomas Friedman ’75, H’88: Role of climate change overlooked in Middle East turmoilMarch 2, 2015
Thomas Friedman '75, H'88 said the “-ism” that will determine the Middle East’s future will be environmentalism, not radicalism or extremism, during a talk at Brandeis.
- International Center for Ethics organizes gathering of judgesJan. 16, 2015
Judges serving on the benches of 11 international courts and tribunals around the globe gathered in Malta from Jan. 4 to 8 for the 10th Brandeis Institute for International Judges.
- Jankowski's 'Verdun' wins World War One Historical Association's book prizeJan. 16, 2015
Paul Jankowski, the Raymond Ginger Professor of History, has won the 2014 Norman B. Tomlinson, Jr. Book Prize for his book “Verdun: The Longest Battle of the Great War.”
- Sorensen Fellows reflect on summer journeysDec. 15, 2014
The six fellows had internships that took them around the globe. They described their experiences in a recent presentation.
- ADHD pandemic causes researchers to fidgetNov. 18, 2014
In a recent paper in the journal Social Science and Medicine, professor Peter Conrad and coauthor Meredith Bergey examined the growth of ADHD in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Brazil.
- Enter Jesse Appell ’12: comedian and global Internet sensationNov. 14, 2014
Fulbright Scholarship to study Chinese comedy leads Brandeis alumnus to use humor to connect people and nations.
- Brandeis goes global during International Education WeekNov. 12, 2014
Campus will connect with the world for a weeklong celebration of diverse cultures, people, and ideas.
- Wandering the Earth and stars with Isaac Steinberg ’15 Nov. 10, 2014
Isaac Steinberg is an avid traveler, amateur astronomer and editor-in-chief of Wander: Brandeis Abroad, the student magazine supported by the Office of Study Abroad. For International Education Week, Nov. 9-14, Wander is presenting a student photo exhibit in the Shapiro Campus Center atrium.
- Ebola in West Africa: The outbreak's impact and a look to the futureNov. 6, 2014
Public health physician and adjunct professor Theo J.C. Lippeveld and director of the PhD Program at the Heller School and Chief Economist of the Global Health Bureau for USAID Allyala K. Nandakumar talked about Ebola in West Africa last week.
- Gustavo Gutiérrez presented the Gittler PrizeOct. 6, 2014
In an hour-long lecture before receiving the prize, Gutiérrez said he considered his theological work a series of attempts to express his love for his faith.
- Antony Polonsky appointed historian of new Polish Jewish museumOct. 1, 2014
The Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw will open Oct. 28 with Brandeis Professor Antony Polonsky as its chief historian.
- Ghanaian President John Mahama visits BrandeisSept. 30, 2014
John D. Mahama, President of the Republic of Ghana, visited Brandeis to present his lecture "The Promise of Africa."
- The places you’ll go: Students prepare to study abroadSept. 22, 2014
The Office of Study Abroad hosted its annual fair for students who are considering going overseas to continue their academic and cultural growth.
- From Gaza to Iraq: Crown Center panel covers major topics in Middle EastSept. 5, 2014
The Crown Center panel 'Flashpoints in the Middle East' touched on recent events in Gaza and Iraq, how they impacted the region, and what could be in store for the future.
- Gustavo Gutiérrez, founder of liberation theology, winner of 2014 Gittler PrizeSept. 4, 2014
The annual prize, which includes $25,000 and a medal, is presented to a person whose body of published work reflects scholarly excellence and makes a lasting contribution to racial, ethnic or religious relations.
- World War I and the African-American experienceJuly 21, 2014
On the centennial of the First World War, AAAS professor Chad Williams talks about the war's affect on African-Americans and how it sowed the seeds of the civil rights movement.
- Trouble at the borderJuly 17, 2014
Professor Emerita Silvia Arrom discusses challenges and possible solutions to the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, where thousands of migrant children are stranded and awaiting legal hearings.
- Brandeis fencers compete in South KoreaJuly 9, 2014
Five Brandeis fencers have traveled to Suwon, South Korea to participate in an international competition and cultural exchange.
- Anti-slavery rescuer earns a hero’s recognitionJune 26, 2014
The U.S. Department of State has recognized Van Ta, Heller MA/SID'12, as a "Trafficking in Persons Hero," for his efforts to rescue young people and women who have been forced to work in sweatshops or in the sex trade.
- Brandeis teams selected for Davis Peace PrizeMay 13, 2014
Two projects from Brandeis University have received a $10,000 Projects for Peace grant funded by the Davis United World College Scholars Program for designing international initiatives that foster understanding, provide opportunity and promote peace.
- President Obama recognizes Brandeis alumna May 2, 2014
President Barack Obama gave Brandeis alumna Kelsey Grab ’12 a shout-out during a recent address in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Obama spoke about Grab’s experiences as an English teaching assistant with the Fulbright Program to highlight the growing relationship between the people of Malaysia and the United States.
- Nothing but Nets, mobilizing for malariaApril 25, 2014
Kira Levin ’17 is a Nothing But Nets Malaria Fellow, working with the United Nations on a grassroots campaign to raise awareness on college campuses about malaria and provide insecticide-treated bed nets to communities in Africa.
- D’Andre Young: world-class communicator April 22, 2014
After receiving a LAGRANT Foundation scholarship, and spending the semester at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad in Copenhagen, D’Andre Young ’15 is building a major, and a career, in international communications.
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