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Panel celebrates ‘International Day of Persons with Disabilities’

Students and faculty gathered at the Heller School for Social Policy to celebrate the “International Day of Persons with Disabilities,” on Monday, Dec. 3, where a panel of advocates discussed their personal experiences. The presentation,… Read More...

CEEF proposals selected to receive funding

The CEEF Board has announced the four projects they have selected to receive funding for the 2018-2019 academic year. The Community Enhancement and Emergency Fund (CEEF) is managed by the Student Union. It consists of… Read More...

White supremacist posters found on campus

Posters with the logo or name of a white supremacist group were found on campus Wednesday night around 10 p.m. The posters were reported to Director of Public Safety Edward Callahan, who related the incident… Read More...

Brandeis University Press book wins award

Noam Zadoff’s “Gershom Scholem: From Berlin to Jerusalem and Back,” published by Brandeis University Press (BUP), won the 2018 Concordia University Azrieli Institute Award for the Best Book in Israel Studies, according to a article… Read More...

With new investment policies, board adopts ‘wait and see attitude’

After adopting new policies on investments in fossil fuels late last month, the Board of Trustees will take a “wait and see attitude” to assess how these policies have affected Brandeis’ endowment at the end… Read More...

Librarians rally for fair contract

Brandeis librarians called for a fair contract in a rally in front of the administrative building, Bernstein-Marcus, on Tuesday. The librarians were joined by members of Brandeis Labor Coalition (BLC) and representatives from the Service… Read More...

Brandeis professor wins early career award from American Physical Society

Brandeis Professor Aparna Baskaran (PHYS) received the 2019 Early Career Award for Soft Matter Research from the American Physical Society (APS), a nonprofit organization that works to advance knowledge on physics, according to the APS… Read More...

Brandeis professor and graduate student publish research on memory

Brandeis Associate Professor Angela Gutchess (PSYCH) published research in the online journal Brain and Cognition along with two graduate co-authors, demonstrating that older adults were more likely than younger adults to believe a lie they… Read More...

Student team launches new Branda app

This week marked the launch of the new app Branda, designed and managed by a team of students to make campus life easier. The app has eight features: Brandeis news, hours, calendar, shuttle tracker, laundry… Read More...

Liebowitz speaks on changes to address second independent investigation report

President Ron Liebowitz released the second independent investigation report on Nov. 29, describing the climate of Brandeis as built on personal relationships that can confuse the chain of command, unclear about complaint processes and host… Read More...
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