Best-selling author of "Tuesdays with Morrie" Mitch Albom ’79 challenged the Brandeis community to share stories about their own Brandeis mentors. Watch a few of these inspiring mentor stories and join Brandeisians in making a gift to Brandeis in honor of your Morrie.
Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends
The first endowed professorship for the department of African and African American studies is established thanks to a $4M pledge from "Friends" and "Grace and Frankie" co-creator Marta Kauffman ’78, H’20.
Join the new Brandeis online community for mentoring, networking and connecting with old and new friends.
Rise Together connects alumni to fellow graduates and current students online for robust interactions about careers, networking, professional development, the world of work and much more. Learn how you can get involved.
Learn about our community of students, alumni, supporters, parents, faculty and friends.
Jennifer Post ’86 empowers queer entrepreneurs to become leaders in business.
"A young institution, boldly conceived, Brandeis is intent on carrying on the great traditions of learning at the highest levels of rigor and meaning, with a historic commitment to openness and justice."
Brandeis University President Ron Liebowitz