Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends
Faculty and Staff Stories
The new course will center health and well-being in the conversation around climate change.
In a powerful new book, Anita Hill describes the true costs and consequences of gender-based violence.
The subject of a recent documentary, Pauli Murray was a pioneer of law, social justice and gender identity, at Brandeis and worlds beyond.
With the creation of the Baruchowitz Family Fellowship for Dysautonomia Research, Brandeis Neuroscience Professor Susan Birren will aim to broaden understanding of a chronic, sometimes debilitating, condition that’s often misdiagnosed.
The scion of a progressive-politics family, Lily Adams ’09 has made her own way as a Democratic Party operative through smarts, moxie and, occasionally, sharp elbows.
Reflecting on their personal encounters with injustice, Brandeisians express outrage, fear and hope for a better future.