Faculty Vote to Launch Engineering Degree Program

The interdepartmental program will draw not just on the sciences, but on history, ethics and other aspects of the liberal arts.

Remembering Herman Hemingway ’53, Champion of Social Justice

The first Black man to graduate from Brandeis, Hemingway devoted his life to fighting racial prejudice and advocating for the poor.

2021 Alumni Award Winners Take a Bow

Brandeis honors sociologist Patricia Hill Collins ’69, PhD’84, and scientists Susan Reich Weiss ’71 and Drew Weissman ’81, MA’81, P’15.

New Website Examines Jewish Identity and Community

The Jewish Experience will feature faculty research on Jewish history, culture and traditions, as well as profiles of Brandeisians who are transforming Judaism.

Men’s Tennis Serves Up History

At the NCAA tournament, the Judges enjoy stellar showings in the team, singles and doubles competitions.

Commencement 2021

The event was celebrated virtually, for the second year in a row, on May 23.

Closeup of several different microphones.

Brief Opinion

Brandeis faculty and staff share their insights on the web, in print and on TV.


Celebrating noteworthy achievements by the Brandeis community.