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Vote on Indigenous People’s Day deferred to faculty

The University Advisory Council (UAC) did not hold a vote to change the name of “Columbus Day” to “Indigenous People’s Day” on Brandeis’ academic calendar at their T… Read More...

Brandeis increases funding for diversity programs

Brandeis awarded $23,995 to more than 10 departments hosting events advancing diversity and inclusion efforts. A total of 11 events or trainings received funding and will take p… Read More...

Brief: Student leaders promote inclusion through Posse training

Students will attend a diversity training session with the Posse Foundation on September 16 to learn about the role of campus organizations and student leaders in promoting incl… Read More...

In the Senate: September 11, 2016

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Search narrows for Chief Diversity Officer

Brandeis is implementing new diversity training sessions and continuing the search for a Chief Diversity Officer, according to an email to the student body on Aug. 29. These chan… Read More...

Student Union welcomes new members

There was a discrepancy in number of candidates and voter turnout across the races in Fall Student Union elections, with results released early this morning.

There were 10 candid… Read More...

Univ. examines general education requirements

Brandeis is reexamining its general education requirements this year, and this summer students provided their feedback regarding the benefits and drawbacks of each requireme… Read More...

Voyeurism in East Quad continues despite locks on bathroom doors

UPDATED 5/8 

A student reported an incident of voyeurism in East Quad last month, the eighth reported incident in the past three academic years and the fifth reported incident si… Read More...

Ron Liebowitz prepares to take office as Brandeis University’s next president

President-elect Ron Liebowitz will take office as the next president of Brandeis on July 1 and hopes to engage groups from students and faculty to alumni in shaping the future of th… Read More...

Prof. Jasmine Johnson (AAAS, WGSS) wins award for inspired teaching, discusses student engagement

Professor Jasmine Johnson (AAAS/WMGS) has received an award, in part, for inspired teaching, but one of her most inspiring teachers was Ula Taylor, an African-American studies Read More...

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