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Sodexo satisfaction survey evaluates student opinion

A Sodexo customer loyalty survey that will gauge student and staff interest in different dining options and plans on campus began circulating in late October, according to members of the Brandeis University Senate Dining Committee.

Though the Senate Dining Committee … Read More...

Panel discusses unity of women in business

Five successful Brandeis alumnae and faculty discussed their notable careers in business and their accomplishments in male-dominated industries in a panel on Thursday, Oct. 27.

On the panel was Anne Carter, professor emerita of economics at Brandeis and a specialist … Read More...

Univ. spent no money on new vending machines

New vending machines have been installed around campus at no cost to the university. The vending company supplied the machines and will earn back the cost in sales over time, according to Kevin Collen, the director of University Services.

“The … Read More...

Marusic awarded Sanders Book Prize

In early August of 2016, Professor Berislav Marušić (PHIL) was awarded the 2016 Sanders Book Prize for his book “Evidence and Agency: Norms of Belief for Promising and Resolving.” The prize is awarded to the best book focusing on philosophy … Read More...

Brandeis begins new tradition to celebrate religious plurality

Tables of Brandeis’ religious, political and spiritual groups lined half way around Massell Pond on Friday, Sept. 26, starting around 9:15 p.m. This new event, In One Place, was designed to celebrate Brandeis’ far-reaching multiculturalism and will become a year-opening Read More...

Rooftop farm has another fruitful summer

What began as a student project over a year ago has now flourished into one of Brandeis’ most successful sustainability projects. Located on the roof of Gerstenzang, the Brandeis Rooftop Community Farm started as a project in Professor Laura Goldin’s … Read More...

Composting rate rises nine percent as Univ. implements campus-wide initiatives

As the semester draws to a close, it marks a busy year for sustainability improvements at Brandeis. Last July, Mary Fischer began her term as Brandeis’ manager of sustainability programs. Since then, Fischer has implemented a new recycling initiative and … Read More...

Prof. Claudia Novack (CHEM) wins excellence in teaching award, discusses lessons of

Claudia Novack, assistant professor of chemistry, was named the 2016 recipient of the Louis Dembitz Brandeis Prize for Excellence in Teaching. The award includes a $2,500 stipend and honors Brandeis faculty who demonstrate outstanding teaching.

The award recipient has strong … Read More...

With Castle construction planned, Class of 2019 considers housing options

With the upcoming construction planned for Usen Castle, rising sophomores had to consider that the building will be closed next spring when selecting housing in the lottery last week. Housing selection for the first-year class began Monday, April 4, and … Read More...

Heller School ranked top 50 grad school for social policy and public affairs

U.S. News & World Report ranked the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis among the top graduate programs in the country for public affairs and social policy. The masters of public affairs program is now ranked at … Read More...

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