Recent Awards

In FY 2017, Brandeis University attracted nearly $60 million in outside funding to support research. Following is a list of recent awards received by Brandeis University scholars.
Next Generation of Suburban Jewish Community Centers

Total Anticipated Award: $83,597

Principal Investigator: Amy Sales, Fern Chertok, and Nicole Samuel at the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies

Sponsor: UJA Federation of New York

Date Awarded: January 2, 2018

Dynamic Graph-Based Risk Assessments for the Detection of Violent Extremist Radicalization Trajectories Using Large-Scale Social and Behavioral Data

Total Anticipated Award: $275,001

Principal Investigator: Jytte Klausen in the Politics Department

Sponsor: Colorado State University

Date Awarded: January 1, 2018

The Influence of Health and Neighborhood Context on Economic Mobility: Evidence From a Social Experiment

Total Anticipated Award: $213,994

Principal Investigator: Pamela Joshi and Dolores Acevedo-Garcia at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management

Sponsor: The University of Minnesota

Date Awarded: December 27, 2017
Support for Employment of Contract Faculty Member

Total Anticipated Award: $35,796

Principal Investigator: Stephen Dowden in German, Russian & East Asian Studies

Sponsor: The Korea Foundation

Date Awarded: December 21, 2017

The Effect of Extended Antigen Release on Carbohydrate Specificity of the Antibody Response

Total Anticipated Award: $162,500

Principal Investigator: Isaac Krauss in the Chemistry Department

Sponsor: National Institutes of Health

Date Awarded: December 19, 2017