November 2018
On Oct. 29, President Ron Liebowitz addressed the campus community to speak about the future of the university. View his speech and read his message to the community.
Excerpt from "The Ghastlygun Tinies" in Mad Magazine, a child at a locker, "G is for Greg who was caught unawares"
When Matt Cohen '93 wrote an Edward Gorey-inspired comic strip for Mad Magazine depicting the realities of gun violence in schools, he never expected how much attention it would receive.
Celebrate the holidays with Brandeis!
From Arizona to Boston, alumni groups throughout the country will host holiday receptions for Brandeis alumni, parents and friends in December.
Brandeis Giving Tuesday logo
On this international day of philanthropy, celebrate #OneForBrandeis and help us meet our goal of 1,250 donors to unlock an addition $100,000 for the university.
The Institute will establish the Community Living Policy Center (CLPC), a research initiative with the goal to improve policies and practices that promote community living outcomes for people with disabilities in the United States.
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Alumnus commemorates his mother, a pioneering chemist, with new scholarship
Dr. Kevin Kelly '82 has established the Shirley E. Kelly Endowed Scholarship at Brandeis to support students in his mother's memory.
Brandeis surpasses goal set in Climate Action Plan
The university reduced its carbon emissions by 12.6% (beating its 10% goal for 2018), and plans more aggressive cuts by 2020.
Brandeis professors on anti-Semitism
After a gunman shot and killed 11 members of a Pittsburgh synagogue on Oct. 27, two prominent scholars of Jewish thought at Brandeis published opinion pieces looking at current themes in anti-Semitism.
Brandeis again receives national award for overall performance in fundraising
For the second time in three years, Brandeis University’s Institutional Advancement Division has been recognized as one of the nation’s premier fundraising operations by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), the industry’s leading professional association.
Gerald Schuster, Brandeis benefactor, dies at 89
Along with his wife Elaine, Schuster was a longtime friend and supporter of Brandeis who was instrumental in creating the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis in 2004. Learn about his life and legacy from The Boston Globe.
Discover Tuscany with Brandeis Travelers
Explore Tuscany in June from the comforts of a charming villa located in the heart of Cortona with a spectacular view of the verdant Tuscan hills. The tour will be led by Joseph Wardwell, director of the Brandeis in Siena program. Plus, space is running out to join Professor Aida Yuen Wong on a trip through the Inland Sea of Japan from May 22-June 1, 2019!
Helping fans get into the game
Fenway Park organist Josh Kantor '94 uses Twitter as a way to allow Red Sox fans to be a part of the game, no matter where they are. Learn more in this article from the Boston Globe.
Re-rooted: Wellington Prize takes professor Emilie Diouf home
The Wellington Prize, established by an anonymous donor in 1993, is intended to “to enliven the spirits and delight the senses of assistant professors.”
Leonard Bernstein and the FBI
With the Bernstein exhibition "The Power of Music" on display through Nov. 20 in Spingold Theater Center on campus, Professor Emeritus Steve Whitfield looks back on the composer's involvement with the FBI during the "Red Scare."
Brandeis in a Box
Getting together with a group of Brandeisians? We want to send you a free box filled with Brandeis swag - everything from drink coasters to Brandeis Bingo!
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Lawyers Network
Brandeis Lawyers Lunch & Career Panel
November 2, 2018
Connecticut
Jewish Collegiate A Cappella Competition at Temple Sholom
November 4, 2018
Washington DC
Virtual Volunteer Opportunity: Get Out the Vote!
November 6, 2018
Greater Boston
Looted Art for Sale
November 6, 2018
Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
Roald Dahl's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"
November 6, 2018
New York City
Careful with that Sledgehammer
November 7, 2018
Bold
Boston Bold Fall Happy Hour
November 7, 2018
Career Programs
Webinar: Memo to Lawyers: You Don’t Have to Write Like ‘Lawyers’!
November 9, 2018
New York City
A Presentation by Dean David Weil: "Where Did All the Good Jobs Go?"
November 13, 2018
Seattle
[Seattle] Reception with President Ron Liebowitz
November 13, 2018
Connecticut
2018 Midterm Elections Results Analysis
November 18, 2018
Great Britain
31st Annual Thanksgiving Day Tea
November 18, 2018
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