Undergraduate Departmental Representatives
The Undergraduate Departmental Representatives serve as a resource and representative for fellow majors and minors and potential majors and minors, and brings student concerns and/or ideas to the program faculty. They also provide feedback to the program chair, undergraduate advising head, and faculty regarding scheduling problems, course offerings, etc. and help organize events for majors, minors, and other interested students.
Miriam Berro Krugman is a junior from Long Beach, California majoring in Sociology and minoring in Social Justice and Social Policy, Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. In addition to being a UDR for Sociology and Social Justice and Social Policy, she is the President of Brandeis Democrats, a Kindness Day Co-Coordinator, and a member of Up The Octave a capella. She is using her minors to focus her sociological studies on women’s issues, conflict transformation, and social justice, and plans to be a civil rights lawyer. She spent her summer interning at the California Conference for Equality and Justice and learned a lot about restorative justice in relation to juveniles and families. If you have any questions about her studies, extracurricular activities, or anything else, feel free to email her!