Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends
Founded in 1948 by an American Jewish community determined to provide talented students from any background with access to an elite education, Brandeis University quickly became one of the country’s leading private research universities while remaining focused on a famously intensive undergraduate liberal arts program (3,600 undergraduate/1,800 graduate students). Brandeis is now one of the smallest and youngest members of the Association of American Universities and one of only 35 private universities in the country designated by the Carnegie Foundation as maintaining “very high research activity.”
Business and industry engage with Brandeis in a wide variety of ways and around the world.
- Hiring and Human Resources: Our ambitious and high-achieving students are your future talent, and our on-campus and online graduate professional programs expand the horizons and capabilities of your current workforce.
- Research Collaboration: Our research programs are your future innovation.
- Thought Leadership: Our award-winning faculty members are your colleagues and collaborators in the classroom, the laboratory and the boardroom.
- Community Outreach: Our faculty, students and staff are your partners in community improvement projects from Boston to Bangalore and from Israel to Indonesia.
The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations can help you build a strategic relationship of mutual value. Please contact Michael Dettelbach, assistant vice president of corporate and foundation relations, to explore the possibilities.