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.
Jusionyte studies conflict in the boarder regions of Latin America.
Alumni invited to return to campus to attend 25th anniversary celebration on April 28-29.
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.
The Rev. Jeffrey Brown recognized for his work engaging youth and combating violence.
The first woman from Mexico to earn a PhD in physics from Stanford answers the Brandeis Questionnaire.
His commitment to the University and its students spanned nearly a half-century.
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