News and Events

News

Stamp depicting signing of peace treaty

April 14, 2021

The collection’s commemorative stamps highlight specific historical moments, as well as aspects of Israeli society, culture, and scientific achievements.

Student pointing at computer screen in computer lab

March 15, 2021

ScholarWorks replaces the former Brandeis Institutional Repository (BIR) and will go well beyond it in scope. Our vision for the repository is that it fully and completely represents Brandeis contributions to the scholarly and creative communities.

HoverCam set up over newspaper with image appearing on a laptop

March 4, 2021

Although instruction in the Brandeis University Archives and Special Collections (ASC) looks different than it did a year ago, the goal remains the same: engaging students with archival materials and teaching them primary source-based research skills.

Statue in front of Goldfarb Library covered in snow

February 19, 2021

Studying off-campus? Can't travel in the snow? No worries, we've got you covered!

Events

March 20 - March 21
Deis Hacks
March 25
Rest, Renew, Restore
4 PM

Annual Report

Farber exterior with fall foliage
The 2019-20 annual report covers the shift to remote services, loan and consultation data, event highlights, space updates, staff achievements, new collections, and more!
Previous Annual Reports

Newsletters

The Library sends liaison newsletters to faculty about once a month during the academic year. If you are a faculty member and have questions about this newsletter, please reach out to your liaison.

First-year and transfer students will receive monthly student newsletters from their personal librarian in their first year at Brandeis. Have a question about services or resources? Feel free to email your personal librarian.

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