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How study abroad can shape a career path

It often seems like the most fulfilling opportunities are never ones that we expect. For Galen Karlan-Mason ’16 MBA ’17, his study abroad experience changed his career path for the better. As an undergraduate at… Read More...

Brandeis receives reaccreditation

The New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) has officially reaccredited Brandeis after an 18-month review which included a self-study by the university and a visit to the university by the Visiting Team from NECHE,… Read More...

Prof. part of black hole imaging team

Brandeis Prof. John Wardle (PHYS) was amongst the group of scientists that assisted in generating the first image of a black hole ever captured. The black hole that this group of scientists photographed, and released… Read More...

Professor to be elected into American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Professor Jeff Gelles (BCHM), the Aron and Imre Tauber Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, was elected into the American Academy of Arts & Sciences earlier this month. Gelles is part of the 239th class… Read More...

How the measles outbreak really looks

Infectious diseases are nothing new to humanity. We have been fighting them since the dawn of time; fighting for our lives. What infectious diseases did for humanity during that point in time was build up… Read More...

All positions filled in union elections

All 18 open seats in the Senate, Judiciary, Community Emergency Enhancement Fund (CEEF) and Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UCC) were filled in the most recent Student Union election. A total of 684 students voted in the… Read More...

27 candidates run to fill 18 open positions

Elections for 18 open positions on the Student Union started at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday. A total of 27 different students are running for 10 open seats on the senate, five open seats on the… Read More...

Men’s track and field finishes third, women’s fifth

The Judges continued their outdoor season strong at the Amherst College Spring Fling with the men placing third with 54 points and women places fifth with 30 points. Amherst College won the meet with 152… Read More...

A look into the history of The Hoot

Not many individuals beyond the staff of The Brandeis Hoot really know its history, starting with its conception in 2004. We thought we would give the entire Brandeis community an in-depth look into our founding… Read More...

Dr. Leanne Day to teach four AAPI Studies courses in 2019-2020 academic year

Dr. Leanne Day (WGS/GRALL), the Florence Levy Kay Fellow in Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Studies, has been officially hired as one of the faculty members who will spearhead the Asian American Pacific Islander Studies… Read More...
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