Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends

Class of 1966

The Class of 1966 gathers for their recent reunion.

Celebrate Your 55th Reunion!

Save the date for the Brandeis Class of 1966 55th Reunion during our Alumni Weekend 2021, June 11-13, which will be held fully online. Alumni Weekend 2021 will bring you back to the place you once called home — from the comfort of your own home!

By making this decision early, your class reunion committee can continue planning meaningful ways to bring the class together virtually. No travel. No masks required. No reason not to participate! 

We’ll be in touch as programs are finalized, and you’ll hear from your class committee directly about virtual reunion events that will take place leading up to and throughout the weekend.

Questions? Contact Barbara McCarthy, director of alumni relations, at bmac4790@brandeis.edu or 781-736-4111.

55th Reunion Class Gift

Many alumni take advantage of their milestone reunion year to make a meaningful contribution to Brandeis. Make a gift online in honor of your class.

Contact Susan Wulf, senior director of leadership annual giving, at swulf@brandeis.edu or 781-736-4045 for more information about giving opportunities.

Keep in Touch

Leading up to your reunion and after, take advantage of these opportunities to connect with members of your class: 

Yearbook

View the Class of 1966 50th Reunion Yearbook!

Class Notes

Read updates about your classmates in the Class Notes section of Brandeis Magazine. Have an update of your own? Submit a class note today! 

Facebook

Join your class Facebook group to get updates on classmates and more information about your upcoming reunion.

Meet Your Class Reunion Committee

The following alumni volunteers are helping to make your upcoming reunion possible:

  • Joe Perkins, Chair
  • Phyllis Cohen
  • Kenneth Davis
  • Albert Foer
  • Michael Leiderman
  • Susan Uram Levinson
  • Nadine Payn
  • Robert Safron
  • Michael Schaffer
  • Phyllis Nichamoff Segal
  • Paul Solman
  • Helene Stein
  • Mary Huff Stevenson