International Alumni Network

The Brandeis International Alumni Network is a social, educational and professional group that welcomes both undergraduate and graduate alumni living abroad or in the U.S. Keep in touch and stay connected through our International Alumni Network, find other international alumni through a network directory and maintain your valuable Brandeis connections, wherever you are. Get involved through in-person and virtual events, alum-to-alum outreach, engagement on social media and by sharing news about our alumni across the globe. Please join our International Alumni Network Facebook Group and bookmark this page to stay connected!
Alumni in the News

How a business bootcamp is fostering Palestinian-Israeli collaboration

PBS Newshour features "Our Generation Speaks," a startup built by a Brandeis alumnus that aims to create joint startups between Israelis and Palestinians

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Past Event Wrap-Ups

Upcoming Events

  • Reception with President Ron Liebowitz in Jerusalem

    June 28, 2018

    More than 80 Brandeis alumni, parents, students and friends gathered to meet President Ron Liebowitz and his wife Jessica at The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel.... Glen Shear '81, immediate past president of the Alumni Club of Israel, introduced Ron at the event.

  • Faculty in the Field with Prof. Betsy Brainerd

    April 29, 2018

    Twenty alumni and friends attended the Alumni Club of Toronto's annual Faculty in the Field event, hosted by Ora Wexler '04. ... Betsy Brainerd, the Susan and Barton Winokur Professor in Economics and Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies, led the group in a discussion about the growing gap in female life expectancy.

  • A Conversation on the Closing of Civic Spaces in Modern Democracies

    April 11, 2018

    More than 30 alumni, representing all decades, gathered to hear two distinguished Wien alumni, Rakesh Rajani '89, Director, Civic Engagement and Government at the Ford Foundation... and Juan Corradi '65, MA '67, PhD '74 Professor Emeritus of Sociology at NYU, lead a conversation about the role that ordinary citizens play in democratic societies and how that role is being restricted both domestically and globally. The event was hosted by the Wien Alumni Network and organized by Shota Adamia โ€™15, Taeko Yamamoto โ€™91 and Laura Velez Villa โ€™11.

  • Downtown Lunch with Professor Kerry Chase

    April 10, 2018

    Brandeis alumni and friends gathered at Brown Rudnick LLP in Boston for lunch and a discussion on "The Trump Effect: Shaking Confidence in America's International Commitments?" with Professor Kerry Chase.... The event was co-chaired by Barbara Cantor Sherman '54, P'83, and Jeffrey Jonas '85, P'15.