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I am Global Week celebrates campus diversity through multicultural events

I am Global Week kicked off Saturday, Nov. 11 with a variety of events aimed at international and American students alike. The week coincides with International Education Week, a … Read More...

NASA Deputy Chief Technologist lectures on the methodology of space exploration

Julie Williams-Byrd, Deputy Chief Technologist at NASA, lectured on the space agency’s methodology in research and analysis activities on Nov. 14 at an event called “Hidde… Read More...

FIRE sends open letter critiquing ‘Buyer Beware’ decision

An open letter from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) urged President Ron Liebowitz to re-invite Michael Weller ’65 to stage “Buyer Beware,” a play Read More...

BCC enacts change to account for high demand

The Brandeis Counseling Center (BCC) is adding staff, expanding hours and increasing group therapy sessions to meet increased demand for counseling center resources this semeRead More...

Students call university president to show support for divestment

Brandeis Climate Justice hosted a phone call campaign on Thursday to encourage President Liebowitz to discuss divesting part of the Brandeis endowment out of fossil fuels with t… Read More...

Brandeis hires 22 faculty members across 16 departments

There are 22 new tenured and tenure-track faculty members as well as postdoctoral faculty that have joined Brandeis this year. Sixteen different academic departments will gain … Read More...

Search for Director of OPS narrowed to three candidates

The search for a new Director of Sexual Assault and Prevention Services is narrowing, with the top three candidates visiting campus for open interviews this week and next. The uni… Read More...

Dramatists Guild of America objects to ‘Buyer Beware’ cancellation

The Dramatists Guild of America and the Dramatists Legal Defense Fund (DLDF) issued a statement on Wednesday objecting in “the strongest possible terms” to “Brandeis Uni… Read More...

Vice president of human resources named Interim Title IX coordinator

Robin Nelson-Bailey, the vice president of human resources, is serving as the acting Title IX coordinator, following the departure of Linda Shinomoto from this role. Stew Urets… Read More...

Student Union launches new Podcast

The Student Union is launching a new podcast, “Brandeis Buzz,” to better communicate Union initiatives, engage students and facilitate easy access to information from the … Read More...

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