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Each year, the World of Work (WOW) fellowship program defrays costs for dozens of Brandeis undergraduates as they undertake internships. WOW fellowships, which carry stipends of up to $5,000, are awarded yearly by the Hiatt Career Center. The fellowships can reduce the financial obstacles that may ...

The Mandel Lectures in the Humanities was launched in the fall of 2011 to promote the study of the humanities at Brandeis University, following the opening in 2010 of the new Mandel Center in the Humanities. The Mandel Lectures bring to the Center each year a prominent scholar who gives a series of three lectures, and ...
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On Sunday, February 4th, members of the Brandeis and greater Boston innovation communities gathered to see the most anticipated competition of the winter. One that saw underdogs and favorites competing and giving it their all. The record-sized crowd was at the International Business School for the fourth annual ...
Brandeis' Graduate Professional Studies division (GPS) is launching a fully online, part-time master's degree in Robotic Software Engineering. Designed in conjunction with experts in the field, the program addresses the growing demand for software engineers who have experience with the technologies ...
Brandeis University was recently inducted into the prestigious international business honor society, Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS). At a luncheon ceremony attended by representatives from the society, faculty and staff, the university became the 585th chapter of the global organization, which has chapters in ...
The National Institute of Justice, the research arm of the U.S. Department of Justice, has awarded Brandeis politics professor Jytte Klausen and Colorado State University professor of electrical and computer engineering Anura Jayasumana a joint grant of $731,000 to develop a data-driven, risk assessment ...
For Theresa Rebeck, MA'83, MFA'86, PhD'89, the Huntington Theatre Company's 15th anniversary restaging of her 2003 play “Bad Dates,” on view through February 25, is a homecoming. The Boston company's 2004 production of the play proved to be one the most popular shows in its history. In 2006, the ...
Dr. Pauli Murray is recognized today as an unsung hero of the Civil Rights Movement, her writings on “separate but equal” forming many of the key arguments conveyed in Brown v. Board of Education, the 1954 Supreme Court case that ended school segregation. But her contributions to society go even ...


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