Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends
The Top 10 Alumni Stories of 2022
December 1, 2022
This year's standout stories exemplify the generosity, talent, and perseverance of Brandeis alumni. See which stories made the list.
These young alumni artists, activists and entrepreneurs are already changing the world. And they're just getting started.
The Vic and Bobbi Samuels ’63 Center for Community Partnerships and Civic Transformation will support faculty, staff, students, and community partners in their efforts to repair the world.
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.
The classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022 took part in the first in-person commencement exercises in three years.
Five individual gifts, which were part of an outstanding fundraising year, will bolster academic departments across various disciplines.
Ukraine-based alumni share first-hand accounts of the strife there, and how the Brandeis community can help.
Jiahuan “Green” Xia ’15 is bridging cultural divides while building a streetwear empire.
The subject of a recent documentary, Pauli Murray was a pioneer of law, social justice and gender identity, at Brandeis and worlds beyond.
After heading off to dental school post-Brandeis, Daniel Levine ’94 pivoted to becoming a performer and now heads to the Grammys as a nominee.
In the cut-throat entertainment industry Josh Gondelman is known for being the nice guy of comedy.
What was your favorite alumni story this year? Explore all our 2022 stories and let us know your favorite by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.