Brandeis University

Dorothee Kern with a colleague in white coats looking at a computer screen
Choreographing a Cancer Treatment
Professor Dorothee Kern believes her new pharmaceutical company can translate what she knows about the movement of protein molecules into drugs that will save lives.
A group of international business school students, clapping
Celebrating 25 years
Brandeis International Business School, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this weekend, is way ahead of the pack in understanding the new rules of the global economy.
Isaiah Wooden
Imagining a More Just World
Meet theater artist and scholar Isaiah Wooden, who joins the Creative Arts faculty this fall.

A Beautiful Place to Learn

Explore Brandeis

See the Brandeis University campus — by air

Swoop down, up and around the science and humanities buildings, chapels, athletic facilities, graduate schools, student centers and fields that make Brandeis University a vibrant community.

Brandeis University

Challenging the status quo since 1948

  • Eleanor Roosevelt
    Brandeis Then: Eleanor Roosevelt

    Brandeis Board member. Feminist. Force to be reckoned with.

    1961
  • Anita Hill. Photo by Tony Cenicola/The New York Times/Redux
    Brandeis Now: Anita Hill

    University Professor. Feminist. Force to be reckoned with.

    2019

“Most of the things worth doing in the world had been declared impossible before they were done.”

Justice Louis D. Brandeis

New cancer drugs? Better student loans? Reducing heart attacks in the hospital? Brandeis entrepreneurs are transforming ideas into companies — and improving the world while they’re at it.