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Alumni of Color Network

The Brandeis Alumni of Color (AOC) Network welcomes any graduates who wish to connect with alumni of color or stay abreast of issues relating to diversity, at the University and beyond. The AOC Network provides opportunities for professional development, social engagement and mentoring and a directory of those who self-identify as either an alumna/us of color as well as  any alumnus who wishes to participate. Sign up to get more information, including an upcoming online directory as well as Facebook and LinkedIn groups.

Alumni Profile

Pursuing her dream

First-generation college student Ria Roberts '10 is heading to Yale for her residency after graduating from medical school at George Washington University.

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Alumni Profile

Putting cosmopolitan African women in the spotlight

Director Nicole Amarteifio ’04 visits campus to discuss her web series 'An African City.'

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Alumni Profile

Ieva Jusionyte MA'07, PhD'12 discusses her career in ethnographic research

Jusionyte studies conflict in the boarder regions of Latin America.

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Events

Intercultural Center celebrates past, present and future

Alumni invited to return to campus to attend 25th anniversary celebration on April 28-29.

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Campus News

Canadian Supreme Court justice to address 66th Commencement

Rosalie Silberman Abella, a renowned expert on human-rights law, will receive honorary degree, along with four others: pioneering computer scientist Leslie Lamport, MA’63, PhD’72; Provost Lisa M. Lynch, P’17; former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick; and longtime Combined Jewish Philanthropies President Barry Shrage.

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Campus News

At Brandeis, a symposium for black lives

'Black Lives Matter: Local Movements, Global Futures' featured a series of teach-ins organized by students.

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Campus News

Transformative clergyman visits campus as Richman Distinguished Fellow in Public Life

The Rev. Jeffrey Brown recognized for his work engaging youth and combating violence.

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Campus News

Meet Mark Brimhall-Vargas

Brandeis' first chief diversity officer had been at Tufts and the University of Maryland, College Park.

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Campus News

Sign up today for new Shared Interest Groups

Alumni Association launches Alumni of Color Network, Arts Network, International Alumni Network and Lawyers Network to connect alumni in different ways.

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Alumni Profile

Growing up, Deborah Berebichez ’96 was told she thought too much and asked too many questions

The first woman from Mexico to earn a PhD in physics from Stanford answers the Brandeis Questionnaire.

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Campus News

Author Rebecca Walker headlines 'DEIS Impact 2017

Bestselling author and founder of the Third Wave Fund for Social Justice to deliver keynote address.

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Campus News

New director joins Intercultural Center

Madeleine Lopez has served as a lecturer in Latino and Latina history at Brandeis and founded the Cultural Education Center at Hamilton College.

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Alumni in the News

Brandeis remembers dedicated alumnus Ron Glover '73

His commitment to the University and its students spanned nearly a half-century.

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Past Event Wrap-Ups

Upcoming Events

  • Intercultural Center celebrates 25th anniversary

    April 28, 2017

    Alumni return to campus to join students, faculty and staff in celebrating ICC's historic milestone.... Events included a welcome reception on Friday night, followed by a full day of programming on Saturday: a tour of the Gender & Sexuality Center; a keynote address by Janice Johnson Dias '94; a panel discussion featuring members of the Push Committee, the founders of the ICC; and the ICC’s annual cultural showcase, Culture X.

  • Atlanta New Student Sendoff

    August 10, 2016

    Trustee Curtis Tearte '73 and his wife, Jylla, hosted a New Student Sendoff at their home in Atlanta for incoming students, including members of the Atlanta Posse; alumni; and parents.... Nearly 70 members of the Brandeis community attended, including Kim Godsoe, associate provost for academic affairs.