Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends
Faced with a moral dilemma, Nathan Cohen ’77 created new technology to negate one of his own inventions
At Georgia’s Global Village Project, Edber oversees schooling for young girls whose families have fled persecution around the world
The new course will center health and well-being in the conversation around climate change.
New MBTA board chair Thomas Glynn, Heller MSW’72, PhD’77, talks reliability and rider safety.
Richard Rosenberg, former CEO of Bank of America and benefactor to the International Business School, is remembered.
Elizabeth Alexander ’67 gives back in honor of cherished faculty mentor.
In this second installment from his book "Overruled Mr. Bernstein! Sometimes Down But Never Out," Jules Bernstein ’57 remembers a few of the great minds at Brandeis who influenced his life.
Jules Bernstein ’57 cements his Brandeis legacy with a new bequest. And in a new collection of personal essays, the labor lawyer reflects on Brandeis’ early years, and his own.
This Brandeisian lineage has deep roots.
New gathering space on campus honors the memory of Barbra Barth Feldman ’86.
Civil rights attorney Laura Wolf ’08 is giving Brandeis students opportunities her grandmother didn't have.
A tenacious Gerry Guttell ’60, P’86, G’22 pays it forward.
How the efforts of the Brandeis National Committee are evolving to meet the current needs of the university.
Retired businessman Bob Mallet established the Robert and Toni Mallet Endowed Scholarship with a $1 million gift. The scholarship provides financial assistance to undergraduate business students who have a commitment to the Jewish community.
Lizzy Topper ’21 and her experience at Brandeis inspired her parents to support the university's accessibility efforts.
Since his time at Brandeis, Donald Soffer ’54 has realized his business vision and inspired students that have come after him.
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 late Professor Robert Stevenson “was pivotal in my life,” says Elaine Yamaguchi ’71. She hopes the fund will provide career guidance as well as support for research.
Classically-trained pianist Benjamin Schore ’56 had success in real estate and a long-standing commitment to the arts.
Proud alumni Ira and Nancy Shapiro, both Class of 1969, support Brandeis to honor all that makes the university great.