Undergraduate Department Representatives
The Undergraduate Department Representatives, or UDRs, serve as student representatives of the business program, organize events for undergraduate business students and provide feedback to faculty and staff.
They are also available to provide information to current undergraduate business students as well as prospective undergraduate business students.
Our Senior UDRs
Patrick Carroll is a senior, pursuing a double major in Business and Health: Science, Society, and Policy (HSSP). He is also a member of the Brandeis Men’s Ultimate Frisbee Team and works for Brandeis Athletics within the Intramural Sports department. Patrick will be spending the summer as an intern for Alpha Pension Group, Inc. in order to gain experience and knowledge in financial sector of business. He hopes to pursue a career after graduation either in finance or healthcare administration. Please feel free to contact him about any questions you may have about the business program.
Lori Shapiro is a senior double majoring in Business and Economics. She is looking to pursue a career in finance and interned as a credit-rating analyst at S&P Global in NYC this past summer. Lori is also very involved in the Brandeis community. She is Co-president of Adagio Dance Company and Hooked on Tap, two of the largest dance companies at Brandeis. She is also a teaching assistant for managerial accounting and a Zumba group fitness instructor. Lori enjoyed all the classes she has taken in the Business department and would love to tell others about them. Feel free to reach out to her with any questions!
Our Junior UDRs
Wenli Bao is a junior majoring in Business and Psychology. She is a Brandeis STAR Counselor and an Office Assistant at Brandeis Activities/Community Service. She is also a member of Brandeis Sailing Team and Brandeis Ballroom Dance Club. Wenli interned as a Research Assistant at Massachusetts Export Center this summer and helped expand local Massachusetts businesses to global markets. Wenli is interested in pursuing a career either in international business or in industrial psychology. She is happy to answer any questions about the business program.
Zev Kaufman is a junior, pursuing a double major in Business and Psychology. He also works for Financial Services and is a member of the Brandeis Men’s Ultimate Frisbee Team. This summer Zev will be interning with Harrison and Star to learn more about pharmaceutical advertising. He hopes to pursue a career after graduation in either pharmaceutical or commercial marketing. He has enjoyed all of his business classes at Brandeis and hopes to help others in their decision making in achieving their academic goals.