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A group of students read and talk beneath a tree.

Scene at Brandeis: Spring Then and Now

Graduation ceremonies, green grass, and time spent with friends — spring at Brandeis has always been a time of growth, new beginnings, and community.

One student with long hair looks into a binocular microscope while another behind her holds a pipette and a test tube.

Blavatnik Family Foundation makes $6 million gift to support life science research at Brandeis

The fellowships will allow Brandeis doctoral students to develop into future leaders in biotechnology and biomedical research.

Roy DeBerry ’70, GSAS MA’78, PhD’79

The Ashland Brandeis Connection: A collaboration in education

Through an initiative known as the Ashland Brandeis Connection, 13 Brandeis undergraduate volunteers, living more than 1,000 miles from the Ashland School District, are tutoring students in math twice weekly by Zoom.

Of Note

The Anti-Defamation League released its first ever Campus Antisemitism Report Card, assessing 85 campuses nationwide.

For the first time in 16 years, a Brandeis student has been selected as a Truman Scholar. Daniel Block ’25 will be one of only 60 scholars selected this year from students nationwide.

U.S. News & World Report ranks Heller #9 for social policy, and #13 for health policy and management.

A group of students sit on the grass wearing eclipse viewing glasses and look up to the sky.

Scene at Brandeis

Scene at Brandeis is a series featuring the work of Brandeis' staff photographers.

By Dan Holmes and Gaelen Morse

In the News

The Boston Globe

Professor Sonia Almeida featured


Opioid Policy Research Collaborative director Andrew Kolodny quoted