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Univ. discusses timeline for hiring new Chief of Public Safety

The university’s search committee for a new Chief of Public Safety is looking for a candidate who will be involved in reimagining what public safety is on campus, according to the job description posted for… Read More...

New and upcoming Undergraduate Research Symposium

The first ever all-discipline Undergraduate Research and Creative Collaborations Symposium will be held virtually on April 30, showcasing more than 120 projects across the sciences, social sciences, humanities and creative arts. As of now, the… Read More...

Villarosa highlights racism in healthcare

Health coverage journalist and author Linda Villarosa recently spoke to the Brandeis community about racism in healthcare in a webinar hosted by Professor Wangui Muigai (AAAS/HSSP/HIST). “In the United States, we spend the most on… Read More...

Student leaders give updates on the Black Action Plan

Student leaders of the Black Action Plan (BAP) Sonali Anderson ’22 and DeBorah Ault ’22 discussed updates on the plan in an interview with The Brandeis Hoot. They have worked with multiple departments across campus… Read More...

Univ. webinar on US response to COVID-19 pandemic

Science communication leaders Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Atul Gawande and Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal reflected on the governmental mishandlings over the past year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how Americans can better face future… Read More...

Future of global climate affairs discussed in univ. webinar

Global sustainability advocate Simon Maxwell discussed the future of global climate affairs in a webinar hosted by the university on Feb. 24. Maxwell talked about current projects being used to alter the effects of climate… Read More...

Rosenstiel Award winners contribute to fundamentals of vaccine production

Biochemist Katalin Karikó and Professor Drew Weissman ’81, MA’81 were presented the 50th annual Rosenstiel Award for their pioneering work on the modification of nucleic acids to develop RNA therapeutics and vaccines. Karikó currently serves… Read More...