Brandeis in Action

The hubbub about the heart’s lub-dub
After a decade of debate, Brandeis scientists have a clear picture of a controversial protein
March 3, 2014


Revisiting Verdun's battlefields
A new book by Professor Paul Jankowski assesses the heavy toll exacted by the Battle of Verdun
Feb. 20, 2014


Study finds feeling in control may increase longevity
A high sense of self-determination could make a difference in living healthier lives
Feb. 4, 2014


Paradis lab unearths roots of neural branching
Defects in branching may lead to epilepsy and autism
Jan. 23, 2014


Chandler Rosenberger: The man in Bratislava
Professor leverages firsthand knowledge of emerging democracies in new course
Sept. 3, 2013


John Unsworth to serve on national humanities council
Unsworth will advise NEH chairman on programs, policies and funding
Aug. 9, 2013


Brandeis, partners help local children draw playful future
New playground to be constructed at Prospect Hill on Sept. 17
Aug. 6, 2013


Paradis' research could impact seizure treatment
Lab's findings were recently published in the Journal Neuroscience
June 27, 2013


Business school ranked No. 1 by Financial Times
Program has received the distinction for three consecutive years
June 27, 2013


Rodal explores ‘eye candy’ with Pew grant
Biology professor studies neuronal systems and neurodegenerative diseases
June 13, 2013


Professors discuss import of Dead Sea Scrolls
Kickoff event held for educational collaboration with Museum of Science
April 25, 2013


Robin Feuer Miller wins Guggenheim in Humanities
She will work on a book on Dostoevsky and Tolstoy during fellowship
April 12, 2013


Sara Shostak explores human, environmental health issues
New book digs into environmental science research and policy-making
March 28, 2013


Heller study finds public policy widens wealth gap
Same gain in income produces far greater wealth for whites than blacks
Feb. 27, 2013