In an open forum on sexual harassment/assault, students and faculty discussed the resources available on campus to help those seeking safety and justice.
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Brandeis Boxing Club president, Sonor Sereeter '19 talks about the about the club's humble beginnings, the motivations of it's members, and where its heading.
From left to right: Jennie Bromberg ’15, Deanna Marion ’15, Elizabeth Chalfin ’15, and Jennifer Louse Lee ’15.
The Lurie Institute, located in the Heller School, creates social policies integrating individuals with disabilities into mainstream health care and education.
Profs. Johnson (AAAS/WGS), pictured above, and Childs (HIST) are members of an emerging class of scholars who see the African diaspora as a phenomenon that is historically seminal.
Johnson explains that she studies dance to see “how blacks dance, even if they are not the ones dictating the movement.”
Childs sees the study of the African diaspora as “an ongoing dialogue between different forms of knowledge about black existence.”
The HealthIQ mobile app utilizes the same psychology as the mobile app Candy Crush to motivate students to engage in health resources and education on their campuses.
WAR HISTORIAN: Alan Taylor Ph.D. ’83 received his second Pulitzer Prize in history for his work on slaves who defected to British forces during the War of 1812.
SELDOM-TOLD STORIES: Internal Enemy seeks to delve into lesser-known aspects of historical events such as the pivotal bombardment of Fort McHenry during the War of 1812, during which the Chesapeake Bay campaign of the British Navy was successfully thwarted by American forces.
BUSINESS BUFF: Prof. William Oliver (IBS) was an assisting faculty member to the Kenya Challenge competition for business students.
SMART FARM: Eunice Atieno, a Kenyan woman, will implement the winning student business strategy to grow her family pig farm.
LONG-TERM OUTLOOK: Team C’s plan supported Atieno’s farm, but suggested she put her efforts into one pig house before building a second one.
POET AND SCHOLAR: Professor Allen Grossman was a passionate lecturer and met with each on of his students individually.
ACCOMPLISHED TEACHER: The late professor Grossman is the author of several volumes of critically acclaimed lyric poetry.
A CIRCLE, NOT POLARITY: Students participating in the Al-Quds Dialogue initiative that took place in Israel over the summer circle up for a intercultural group discussion.
ACADEMIC PRECEDENT: Dialogue founders Catie Stewart ’16 (left) and Eli Philip ’15 (right), Al-Quds president Imad Abukishek and former president Sari Nusseibeh were instrumental in the success of the Al-Quds Peace Prize initiative.
UNIVERSAL EMOTION: Al-Quds Student Dialogue Initiative participants took turns drawing their emotions during a peace-building workshop, eliminating language barriers.