Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends
Brandeis student William Kevorkian ’23 interviews inspiring alumni for his WBRS radio show.
Since his time at Brandeis, Donald Soffer ’54 has realized his business vision and inspired students that have come after him.
More than 100 alumni volunteers answered the call when Prof. Ed Bayone set up virtual networking opportunities for his students during the pandemic. “You never know what connections you might create,” says Allan Volf ’15, MA ’16.
Exceptional graduates of Waltham High School express gratitude to the Stroum Family Foundation for the opportunity to attend Brandeis with full scholarships
Reflecting on their personal encounters with injustice, Brandeisians express outrage, fear and hope for a better future.
The recipient of the Mindy Schneider ’75 Endowed Scholarship researches the experiences of front-line hospital staffers during COVID-19 wave.
Recipient of the Max and Sadie Friedman Endowed Scholarship, aspiring physician, says grandparents in India could not have dreamed of opportunities offered her by Brandeis
Recipient of Gwen Goldstein Freishtat Endowed Scholarship says Brandeis has ‘guaranteed his potential to succeed,’ despite learning-disability challenge
The Edelstein Family Foundation continues to fulfill the mission of its founders - to offer the gift of an education to deserving students.
"The Ting Tsung and Wei-Fong Chao Endowed Scholarship, along with other financial aid I have received, is a testament to the generosity of members of the Brandeis community."
"When it came down to my decision, Brandeis felt like home, and the scholarship I received made the option realistic for me."
"I cannot imagine a life without the people Brandeis gave me. Wherever they are, that’s where home is to me."
"Brandeis has been a great place to provide a lot of lessons and resources that I will treasure in my future."
Irma Zamarripa ’21 is among more than 700 Brandeis students who received financial assistance from Brandeis to help pay for rent, travel, storage and other needs in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
Aichuck Tripura ’22 and his father, Prashanta ’86, are both recipients of the Wien International Scholarship, launched 60 years ago.