Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends
Two alumni from inside the beltway share perspectives on the first 100 days of the Biden administration.
Lois Foster will be inextricably linked with Brandeis and the Rose Art Museum for her leadership, patronage and enthusiastic support.
Ioannis Angelakis, a Greek composer of acoustic music, is the winner of the Henri Lazarof International Commission Prize honoring the late classical composer Henri Lazarof, MFA’59.
Thanks to his vision and support, Earle Kazis ’55 made it possible for alumni to launch successful careers in real estate.
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Brandeis Alumni Rabbis Reflect on the Connections between COVID-19 and Passover.
For the first time in university history, students on campus will have the opportunity to commemorate the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt together.
Three alumnae share their stories of faculty mentorship which enabled them to launch promising careers in research and medicine.
Brandeis’ most generous donors, he and wife Ruth left indelible mark.
Time to mark your calendars for Alumni Weekend. Here's a preview of what's in store.
This Women’s History Month, the Brandeis Alumni Association showcases perspectives from alumnae in the STEM fields who are inspiring the next generation of scientists.
In celebration of 60 years of Brandeis Study Abroad, take a journey with Brandeis alumni as they reflect on the amazing experiences they gained while very far from home.
Rosenstiel award winners Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman '81, MA'81, P'15, pioneered much of the science underlying the COVID-19 vaccines and were honored at a recent Zoom ceremony featuring remarks by Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The recipients of this year’s Alumni Achievement Award are at the forefront of issues facing the United States and the world: the coronavirus pandemic and racial injustice.
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This Black History Month, Black alumni leaders who are bettering healthcare amidst a global pandemic shared their experiences and reflections.
Papers from the Jewish anti-Nazi underground are among materials being made virtually available to scholars by the Brandeis National Committee’s Honoring Our History campaign.
The 2021 BOLD 9 list recognizes up-and-coming Brandeis alumni who, during a year unlike any other, are using social media to spark creativity, conversation and change in their fields and beyond.
Speaking to Brandeis audience ahead of the January 20 inauguration, New Jersey’s Democratic governor predicts new Biden administration will bridge sharp divide in America.
On Martin Luther King Day, as ground is broken virtually for a new MLK monument on Boston Common, a Heller alumna helping lead the memorial effort describes why the King legacy is so important at this time in our nation’s history.
To celebrate 60 years of study abroad at Brandeis, we’re asking alumni to share your favorite memories from your study abroad experiences as Brandeis students!
In a year many may wish to forget, there have been some unforgettable Brandeis stories.
Throughout his life, Hemingway was committed to furthering the cause of social justice, fighting racial prejudice and advocating for the poor.
Otis Johnson, PhD’80, is one of 15 alumni to receive a 2020 Florence G. Heller Alumni Award.
Using machine learning techniques, Brandeis students are creating a model to help predict the spread of COVID-19.
When the pandemic hit, these members of the Brandeis International Business School community stepped up with PPE donations.
As a journalist covering the Trump-Biden contest in Pennsylvania, Dan Hirschhorn ’07 has had a front row seat on history.
The Brandeis community rallied on December 1 to support the university and surpass goals.
The internationally recognized biochemist will begin her tenure on January 1, 2021.
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The former chairman of the Brandeis Board of Trustees and his wife see themselves as “links in a chain of helping” others who will do likewise.
Brandeis alumni who were past contestants on the popular quiz show took to Twitter to remember the long-time host and share memories of their appearances on the program.
A century later, the notorious case of Leo Frank still reverberates. Letters he sent to his family from prison are among holdings in the university archives the Brandeis National Committee is raising funds to make available to scholars online.
Read up on little-known facts about the 60s counterculture icon from alumni who knew him at Brandeis.
Hoping to indulge your nearest and dearest (or yourself) as a challenging year draws to a close? Check out these sure-to-please ideas from inventive, out-of-the-ordinary alumni-owned businesses.
Three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Tom Friedman ’75, H’88 joined University President Ron Liebowitz for a virtual conversation on a range of subjects including the election, the economy, COVID-19 and U.S. foreign policy.
In the run-up to the presidential election, BrandeisNOW asked university faculty to provide analysis and insight by answering questions on pressing issues facing the country.
Brandeis Professor Jonathan Sarna gives a history on the importance of the Jewish Vote and its impact.
The Brandeis University Department of Athletics has announced the next class of Hall of Famers, who will be inducted formally at the next in-person Homecoming in the fall of 2021. The newest members of the Hall of Fame will be a quartet of legendary coaches who have recently retired after 30 or more years with the Judges.
Three Brandeis professors of literature selected an apt book to read prior to the 2020 election. Read their suggestions.
Lecturer Lucy Goodhart discusses political ads and their potential effects on those that view them.
The biological chemist who explores how bacteria communicate and interact with other organisms has received a MacArthur Fellowship, one of the nation’s most prestigious honors.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Brandeis Alumni Association invited alumni to reflect on the inspiration they have drawn from their Latinx heritage in their life’s work, and how their Brandeis experience helped shape their path.
Learn who Allan Lichtman ’67 predicts will win in 2020.
As today's students experience a fall semester unlike any other, members of the Class of 1952 reflect on Brandeis' beginnings.
Home-school expert Ali Kaufman ’97 shares practical advice on how to help your kids succeed while they learn from home.
Through her work as a pioneering disability rights advocate, Deidre Davis Butler ’77 improved the quality of life for millions.
Merle Carrus, P’12, and Bing-Le Wu, PhD’91, were elected at a meeting of the Board of Trustees on July 27.
Brandeis Hillel and alumni faith leaders say the pandemic presents both challenges and opportunities.
The significant digits behind the university's health and safety protocols for the campus community this fall.