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Dean Magid to go on business mission trip to Europe with Mass. Governor

Bruce Magid, dean of the Brandeis International Business School (IBS) was recently asked to join Governor Deval Patrick on his mission trip. Magid stated he was delighted to be invited. ...

Ruderman scholars affect change for disabled

Inaugurated in 2013, the Ruderman Social Justice in Disability Scholars Program is the perfect scholarship for students who are passionate about working with people with disabilities. After being selected as ...

‘Soft Vengeance’ subject and filmmaker speak about Apartheid

On the evening of Sept. 11, the Brandeis International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life sponsored a viewing and discussion of the film “Soft Vengeance,” a documentary chronicling the ...

Heller hosts anniversary gala and honors Robert Reich

Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich received the first Heller Dean’s Medal at this past weekend’s Heller School of Social Policy and Management 55th Anniversary Gala. The medal is awarded ...

Students embrace Hindu philosophy on relaxation

On the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 16, in the Swig Lounge of the Intercultural Center, was held on the subject of stress management and its relation to spirituality and Hinduism. ...

Rape crisis center to be implemented in near future

This summer, the Brandeis administration approved the creation of a rape crisis center on campus, a project first proposed by members of Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violence (B.SASV). B.SASV, one ...

V.P. of Operations Jim Gray speaks out on student dining concerns

Brandeis dining has undergone many alterations since last year, including a full revamp of Usdan (to include an all-you-can-eat venue) and changes in the meal system as a whole. Jim ...

First psychology colloquium features research on long-term effects of stress

Nicolas Rohleder, Ph.D., of the Brandeis Psychology Department presented his research at the Psychology Colloquium on Thursday, Sept. 18. The presentation, entitled “Stress System Regulation of Inflammation,” was attended by ...

IBS Professor Ebert concludes consumer research

For most people, watching a movie or reading a book can be a fairly emotionally engrossing experience. Some people may believe that if a story is based on true events, ...

Prof. Greenlee authors book about intersection of motherhood and politics

Brandeis University is proud to welcome another addition to its already sizable collection of books written by current professors. The newest member to Brandeis’ library is titled “The Political Consequences ...

Fellowship recipient researches civil rights

Following a transformative summer researching the intimate history of the civil rights movement in Mississippi, Aja Antoine commences her sophomore year with a newfound appreciation for the collaborative potential of ...

BEMCo alcohol calls escalate at beginning of semester

The Brandeis University Police Department Media log released on Sept. 7 reported eight different alcohol-related incidents, most of which involved dispatching both University Police and Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps (BEMCo). ...

College Notebook: This year’s rankings

It is that time of year again—college rankings have been released. The U.S. News rankings of national universities is topped this year by Princeton University. Rounding out the top three ...

Massachusetts primaries declare November candidates

On the night of Tuesday Sept. 9, Attorney General Martha Coakley won the Massachusetts Democratic primary nomination for governor, defeating state treasurer and former Democratic Party chairman Steve Grossman by ...

Gustavo Gutiérrez awarded Gittler Prize for theology work

Next month, Gustavo Gutiérrez will accept the Gittler Prize at Brandeis for his influential work as a world renowned theologian and priest. The prize, which includes $25,000 and a medal, ...