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Frederick Alt ’71 receives 43rd annual Rosenstiel Award for Distinguished Work in the sciences

On Monday afternoon, April 13 in Gerstenzang 123, Frederick Alt ’71 was awarded the 43rd annual Lewis S. Rosenstiel Award for Distinguished Work in Basic Medical Research. The medallion and accompanying cash prize is awarded… Read More...

Farmer’s Club inspired to open garden on top of Gerstenzang

Officially chartered on March 1, the Farmer’s Club is one of Brandeis’ newest student organizations. Inspired by Professor Laura Goldin’s (AMST/ENVS/HSSP) class Greening the Ivory Tower: Improving Environmental Sustainability of Brandeis and Community, the club… Read More...

Stanford neuroscientist receives sixth annual Jay Pepose ’75 Award in Vision Sciences

On Wednesday afternoon, March 18, in Gerstenzang 121, Stanford neuroscientist William Newsome received Brandeis University’s sixth annual Jay Pepose ’75 Award in Vision Sciences. The ceremony was called “A New Look at Gating: Selective Integration… Read More...

Advancement in genetic enhancement potentially problematic

A futuristic science fiction reality may be closer than we think. On Monday evening, in Gerstenzang 124, Jamie Metzl presented on the topic of the future of the human race. His lecture, titled “Homo Sapiens… Read More...

Griffith Labs conduct research on sleep deprivation in college

There are few students who are unfamiliar with the practice of cramming: staying up the night before an exam, studying until the early hours of the morning. Sometimes, this works for students in the short-term.… Read More...

Resignation of Student Union Vice President

On Jan. 11, the entire Brandeis student body received an email from Sofía Mühlmann ’16, stating that she was resigning from her post as the Student Union Vice President. Mühlmann began her journey at Brandeis… Read More...
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