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Heller School helps develop prescription drug monitoring program

The Heller School Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Center of Excellence, part of the Schneider Institutes for Health Policy, has launched research and data analysis designed to help drug prescribers prevent patient misuse of prescription drugs.… Read More...

Professor Sohrabi on Egypt, Arab Springs and Iran’s Nuclear Program

Iran’s nuclear program is one of the most polarizing issues in the world today. While American and European officials believe Tehran is planning to build nuclear weapons, Iran’s leadership says its goal in developing a… Read More...

Unsworth Nominated to National Council of the Humanities

Earlier this month, the Obama Administration announced its nomination of Dr. John Unsworth, Vice Provost for Library and Technology Services and Chief Information Officer at Brandeis to the National Council of the Humanities. Unsworth joins… Read More...

Flawed crime reporting puts Roxbury Community College federal funding at risk

Roxbury College has recently come under fire due in part to a Department of Education probe regarding failures to comply with the Clery Act, a federal law mandating the annual reporting on crime statistics, according… Read More...

UMass Faculty Member Protests Termination

Last spring Barbara Madeloni, a lecturer in education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, began to protest the outsourcing of teacher assessments to the company Pearson. These protests gained much momentum as her students also… Read More...

Men’s soccer avoids emotional letdown with win over Wentworth

Six days after a hard-fought, emotional win over rival Babson, the Judges traveled to Wentworth to face the Wentworth Leopards. The Judges are currently ranked fifth in the D3Soccer.com national poll and 10th in the… Read More...

Mailman leaves his mark through work and performance

As generations of students pass through the university, Bill Bowen, the musically talented mail clerk, remains one of the most memorable staff members on campus. Having been employed at Brandeis since March of 1979, Bowen’s… Read More...

Volleyball prevails with a 2-2 record at MIT Invitational

After battling their way through the MIT Invitational last weekend, the women’s volleyball team came out with two wins and two losses. The Judges suffered close losses against Roger Williams and MIT and defeated Bates… Read More...

No. 20 Judges breeze by Bates and Wellesley on the road

The Brandeis women’s soccer team had a productive week with two victories, away from their home field. Now with a record of 8-1-0, it is evident that the Judges have the will and ability to… Read More...

Women’s tennis swept away in season opener at Tufts

In the opening match of the season, the Brandeis women’s tennis team failed to build on their 15-5 record from the previous season, even though the team maintained the majority of their roster. The Judges… Read More...
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