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- GivingUniversity among nation's best in alumni giving and commitment to admitting students regardless of their ability to pay.
- Campus NewsMen's team in the field for the third straight year; women make it for the third time in five years.
New center to enhance efforts to bring Brandeis research and technology advances to commercial partnersHassenfeld Family Innovation Center established through $2.5 million gift.
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- GivingOrganization to fully integrate essential functions of fundraising, alumni relations and advancement services in support of the University.
- Campus NewsBoston Globe profiles Brandeis soccer coaches Mike Coven and Denise Dallamora, the longest-tenured pair of coaches in the history of college sports.
- Alumni in the NewsGeneticist Frederick Alt ’71 recognized for his pioneering research that explores the mechanisms of genomic instability.
- Campus NewsStudies aim to understand different types of brain cells and how they work together.
- Campus NewsAlbert Abramson Professor of Holocaust Studies regarded as one of world's foremost experts on Polish Jewish history.
- Campus NewsNew England Patriots owner Robert Kraft hosts reception at his home for the pioneering college-access initiative.
- Campus NewsHeller School dean and nationally renowned economist to become the University's senior academic officer.
- Campus NewsAddress celebrates Africa's rise and Ghana's ties to Brandeis.
- Campus NewsReAction is the place to learn about what’s hot — and cool — in Brandeis research.
- Campus NewsBrandeis researchers explore the relationship between weight and stress-induced inflammation.
- Campus NewsDuring school's 55th anniversary celebration, the former U.S. secretary of labor is recognized for his contributions to the scholarship and practice of social policy.
- Campus NewsNew outdoor installation at the Rose illuminates the campus and provides a new gateway to the museum.
- Campus NewsFirst-years from across the country and around the world encouraged to leave their own mark on history.
- Campus NewsVolunteer panel includes prominent personalities in the contemporary art, academic, philanthropic, cultural and business communities in the Boston area and across the United States.
- Campus NewsTen winning teams to receive grants of $100,000 each to develop and carry out initiatives that will make lasting and innovative change.
- Campus NewsHe built the museum’s acclaimed collection of modern and contemporary art during an early-1960s buying spree -- without paying more than $5,000 for any single piece.
- Campus NewsGenerous gift from Hugh M. Hefner Foundation made the acquisition possible.
- EventsThe Nancy Lurie Marks Professor of Neuroscience has taught at Brandeis for more than four decades and mentored hundreds of students.
- Campus NewsA powerful, original voice of 20th-century American poetry, he was a professor at Brandeis for more than three decades.
- Alumni ProfileRobert Brown '88, MA'89; Tara Cook-Littman '97; William Gorin '80; Joseph Kekst '05; Steven Levin '90; and Adam Zirkin '01 will each serve a two-year term.
- Alumni in the NewsThe Irving Fine Professor of Music and a renowned composer, he replaces the retiring Mick Watson.
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Civil rights hero John Lewis delivers keynote at 'Blacks, Jews and Social Justice in America' conferenceLongtime Georgia congressman speaks about the historic connection between blacks and Jews.
- Campus NewsSee students collaborate, learn from faculty and each other and find their voice in the universal language of art.
- EventsYouth advocate Geoffrey Canada tells members of the Brandeis Class of 2014 that we must work together to improve life in the United States.
- GivingMika Rottenberg's exhibition at the Rose Art Museum, “Bowls Balls Souls Holes,” is her first solo museum exhibition in the United States.
- Campus NewsIn actress Joan Crawford, Brandeis found an unlikely patron.
- Alumni in the NewsEighteen alumni serve on Arts Council, support 2014-2015 programs.
- Campus NewsThe daughter of Carl and the late Ruth Shapiro practiced a type of personal philanthropy that brought her close to many students.
- Campus NewsHarvard professor Richard Masland, whose research has yielded important insights into cell organization and the functioning of higher visual centers, will deliver a public lecture on March 12.
- Campus NewsFounders of Africa Rising Foundation deliver keynote address at Brandeis' annual festival of social justice.
- Campus NewsShe will come to Brandeis in March to meet with students and faculty to discuss the field of social justice and to provide insight on effective social justice advocacy.
- Alumni in the NewsHe joins three other Brandeis faculty, including his father, Nahum, who served as head of the 45-year-old learned society and professional organization.