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Study Abroad continues to set records

35% of the junior class will have spent at least one semester abroad this year, equaling the record setting percentage of last year. This is a large jump from the 28% who ventured outside of Brandeis in the 04-05 academic … Read More...

Panel cites changing immigration ideas

A discussion panel entitled Uncovering the Myths of US Immigration was held Wednesday night in the Shapiro Campus Center Atrium. The panelists were Ali Noorani, Nadia Kim, Lucia Reyes de Deu and Alejandra Pineros-Shields.

Noorani, the Executive Director of the … Read More...

9/11 widow shares story

Susan Retik, who lost her husband on Sept. 11th 2001, spoke Wednesday night at the Womens Studies Research Center in an event entitled Cycling Forward to Afghanistan, A Sept 11 Widow Speaks.

Retik began by telling the audience that she … Read More...

Marder wins award

Professor Eve Marder (BIOL) has been awarded the Ralph W. Gerard Prize in Neuroscience for outstanding work in the field of neuroscience.

The highly prestigious prize is awarded annually by the Society for Neuroscience (SfN), a nonprofit organization of 37,000 … Read More...

ANTH offers new Masters in Cultural Production

The Brandeis Board of Trustees has recently approved the creation of a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Cultural Production, an interdisciplinary graduate program of the Department of Anthropology.

According to the Anthropology Department website, the program, set to begin Fall … Read More...

Experts discuss effects of Katrina at teach-in

A panel of eight experts presented their analyses of the varying effects of the Hurricane Katrina disaster in a Teach-In called Understanding the Post-Katrina Crisis, which took place in the Schwartz Auditorium Monday night.

According to the events agenda, the … Read More...

Dean Adams brings new life to campus diversity initiatives

Jamele Adams has officially taken up residence in his new home in the office of student life. As the new Assistant Dean of Student Life for the Support of Diversity, replacing Nathaniel Mays, Dean Adams describes his role on campus … Read More...

Salameh Nematt discusses Islamic-Western relations

Salameh Nematt, Washington Bureau Chief of Al-Hayat International Arab Daily in London, gave a talk and fielded questions Monday afternoon regarding Islamic-Western relations.

The event, entitled Hope, not Hate, focused on the long-term strategy for improving relations between the West … Read More...

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