Supports original creative work by Brandeis students, staff and faculty for the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts. Proposals for works of music, theater, performance and visual art are welcome, and interdisciplinary proposals are especially encouraged.
Covers research expenses such as travel; room and board; and photocopying, and may be used to fund study at a foreign institution or cover tuition fees for a relevant Middle Eastern language program.
Provides funding for undergraduates to travel to Israel to learn Hebrew; intern in social justice projects, NGOs, Israeli companies and laboratories; participate in research projects from archaeology to contemporary issues; engage in professional training; or join academic programs such as Brandeis study abroad.
Given annually to students who wish to work toward coexistence and peaceful ways of addressing and resolving conflicts of many sorts. Supports such projects as art works and essays on peace; travel grants for participation in a peace project or conference in the U.S. or abroad; and seed money for peace-related projects.
Funds four fellows to work toward completion of a classics research or creative project, in conjunction with a classicist faculty mentor. Classics majors or in some cases minors are eligible.
Administering Unit: Classical Studies.
Supports a student's research or creative scholarship during the summer or academic semester, and provides funding for undergraduates to present their work at professional conferences.
Supports students who undertake an otherwise unpaid summer internship at an organization or project that serves the interests of women, girls or gender equity.
Administering Unit: Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies.
Provides funding for Brandeis sophomores, juniors and seniors in good academic standing to perform an innovative research or pedagogical project under the guidance of a faculty mentor.
Supports and encourages emerging leaders to engage in a lifetime of citizen service and serves as a platform to promote citizen leadership.
Provides undergraduate students a unique learning experience by allowing them to work side-by-side with a scholar or faculty member in an interdisciplinary environment.
Supports undergraduate students who pursue unpaid summer internships. The competitive program aims to reduce financial obstacles that might preclude students from following their interests, exploring career fields, gaining new skills or experiencing the "world of work."