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Zinner forum highlights CEO’s power to make social change By

On Tuesday evening, the Zinner Forum was held, sponsored by the Eli J. Segal Citizen Leadership Program, the Sillerman Center and the Heller School for Social Policy and Management. The event “CEO Conversations: Business Leaders as Citizen Leaders,” presented three … Read More...

Documentary examines effects of income inequality

This Monday evening in the International Business School, the work-in-progress documentary “Exit Zero” was screened. The event was followed by a brief Q&A with the filmmaker, Christine Walley. This event was sponsored by the Edie and Lew Wasserman Fund, the … Read More...

Alumni share how their service in college is serving them now

Members of the Brandeis community gathered for an alumni panel, “The Intersection of Service and Your Career” in the Shapiro Campus Center Multipurpose Room on Monday, March 24.

Co-sponsored by Waltham Group, Hiatt Career Center and the Department of Community, … Read More...

Brandeis researchers find older adults still recognize subtle facial expressions

Professor Leslie Zebrowitz (PSYC) and Robert Franklin of Zebrowitz Face Perception Lab conducted research comparing the level of emotion overgeneralization effects in older adults and younger adults. They published their findings in the paper “Older Adults’ Trait Impressions of Faces … Read More...

Freedom from poverty a human right

Thomas Pogge, the world’s leading spokesperson for freedom from poverty as a human right, spoke at Brandeis on Oct. 8. The Graduate Programs in Sustainable International Development and Health at the Heller School with the Philosophy department in the College … Read More...

Todashev suspect in Waltham triple homicide

bragim Todashev, 27, was shot dead in May 2013 during an interrogation with an FBI official and two Massachusetts State officers regarding the triple homicide in Waltham in September 2011. He was shot by an FBI agent after allegedly attacking … Read More...

Scholars speak on religious tensions of gender differences

HBI Project on Gender, Culture, Religion and the Law (GCRL) hosted a panel on Monday for the Gendered Rights conference, titled “Trends in Sex Segregation: Israel, America and Beyond.”

Sylvia Barack Fishman, the co-director of HBI, moderated the panel, and … Read More...

Scholars speak on religious tensions of gender differences

HBI Project on Gender, Culture, Religion and the Law (GCRL) hosted a panel on Monday for the Gendered Rights conference, titled “Trends in Sex Segregation: Israel, America and Beyond.”

Sylvia Barack Fishman, the co-director of HBI, moderated the panel, and … Read More...

Lawrence lectures on intent and consequences of hate crimes

President Fred Lawrence presented a lecture “Words that Stab: Hate Speech under the American Constitution and the European Convention of Human Rights” on Tuesday afternoon at the Heller School.

Lawrence explored the concept of limiting hate speech and balancing free … Read More...

McKenna delivers management lecture on philanthropic leadership

Margaret McKenna, author, speaker and expert of issues such as educational access women’s economic empowerment, hunger and social change leadership, discussed components of good leadership at the 2013 MBA Distinguished Management Lecture, which took place at the Heller School for … Read More...

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