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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...

Philosophy Department hosts its annual spring conference

The Philosophy Department hosted its Annual Spring Conference on April 14 where philosophers from four universities shared their works on the topic of forgiveness. The conference began with Kate Moran (PHIL) and Jens Timmermann, a… 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...

Heller School faculty analyze Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s student debt plan

Professor Thomas Shapiro (HS) and Senior Research Associate at The Heller School Laura Sullivan contributed to an analysis of Massachusetts Senator and Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s recent plan to eliminate most student debt… 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...

Presidential hopeful Joe Biden faces criticism for treatment of Brandeis Prof. Anita Hill

In 1991, Anita Hill (AAAS/LGLS/HS/WGS) testified that she was sexually harassed by Clarence Thomas, a then-nominee to the Supreme Court. At the time, Joe Biden was the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and now,… Read More...

After Schuster winds down, Justice Brandeis Law Project remains in operation

After the shutdown of the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, its Brandeis Justice Law Project (JBLP) remains in operation. Although the general atmosphere of the institute changed, the work done at the JBLP continues like… Read More...

Union swears in new members

Brandeis Student Union representatives gathered in the Shapiro Campus Center Multi-Purpose Room on Thursday to speak about the achievements of the Union over the past year, and to swear in the new Union members. Student… 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...

Students call for univ. action on discrimination

Brandeis students gathered at the top of the Rabb steps to stand in solidarity with the students protesting at Johns Hopkins University and Yale University and to ask the Brandeis community to recognize racialized policing… Read More...
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