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Shape-shifting cells and evolution: Bisson’s journey with archaeal research

Alexandre Bisson (BIOL) and his team are currently researching how evolution has shaped the behavior of molecules within cells through the use of archaea, a domain of single-celled organisms. Bisson gained an interest in this… Read More...

New course offered providing students with skills to work in ESL/bilingual education

Students will engage with organizations in the Waltham community and in the ESL/Bilingual education program to learn more about the context of education and how to approach teaching individuals who have grown up in a… Read More...

New class explores African diaspora genres through Beyoncé’s music

Are you a loyal Beyoncé fan? Do you love to blast “Lemonade” or “Formation” in your car and sing at the top of your lungs? A new class titled “AAAS/WGS 152B: Beyoncé and Beyond: The… Read More...

Prof. Gary Samore: the man who survived a terrorist attack

Imagine traveling to India for a conference and getting caught in the middle of a terrorist attack. You are stuck in your hotel room and hear explosions and gunshots all around you. Suddenly, when you… Read More...

BTW peer educators are here to help

Bridge to Wellness (BTW) peer educators are a group of student peer health educators who exist as a resource to promote healthy lifestyle habits and general wellness to all Brandeis students, Nathalie Vieux-Gresham ’23, a… Read More...

Research Technology and Innovation still designing and prototyping despite restrictions

As different parts of campus continue to adjust to fully virtual workspaces, departments have been forced to get creative on how to continue to engage students and the Brandeis community. And while the library is… Read More...

Brandeis 6TALK: mental health support that’s only one call away

College can be a stressful time for students who need to juggle rigorous academics, family expectations, social life, finances, etc. In the midst of all these stressors, it can be (and often is) difficult to… Read More...

Pre-Health faces its biggest health crisis yet: the coronavirus

As with many clubs at Brandeis that have been forced to adjust to the “new normal” brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the Pre-Health Society now offers its services, resources and helping-hands to fellow pre-health… Read More...

Brandeis Justice Initiative hopes to provide prison education

While the Brandeis Justice Initiative may be a mostly virtual operation without a physical office on campus, the initiative hopes to tangibly impact the local community through education and awareness programs about the criminal justice… Read More...

Why I stayed: Ian Roy

Since Brandeis opened its doors in 1948, tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of Brandeisians have come here to complete their education. But after they graduate, Brandeis oftentimes becomes a distant memory, an alma mater… Read More...
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