UNDERSTANDING TERROR: The Western Jihadism Project aims to understand the bigger picture of global terrorism using data collection.
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DATA DRIVEN: Prof. Jytte Klausen (POL) compiles info on terrorism into her Western Jihadism Project Database.
SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS: Prianka Renugopalakrishnan is the project manager of the Western Jihadism Project database.
MEMORIZING THE DICTIONARY: Jack Peters ’20 has memorized every two and three- letter word that exists
RATINGS KING: Prof. Mike Coiner (ECON) knows he has a good reputation, but he stays away from the website Rate My Professor.
AMBITIOUS GOALS: Eli Wasserman ’20 hopes his new club will spark an interest in international relations among students.
FINDING THE MONEY: Brandeis can now award money it receives from the National Science Foundation to students with innovative ideas.
STUDENT INVENTORS: Leana Silverberg ’18 tells students that they will fail in the path to innovative success but must “keep on moving.”
A CLEANER FUTURE: Sustainability Program Manager Mary Fischer told students that change doesn’t happen overnight.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: Cheyer ’88 explained that he is not concerned about the direction of AI.
TOUGH QUESTIONS: Even if it were to be adopted by the U.N., could a convention for crimes against humanity hold world leaders accountable?
Nuremberg Trials. Looking down on defendants' dock, ca. 1945-46. (WWII War Crimes Records) Exact Date Shot Unknown NARA FILE #: 238-NT-592 WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: 1296 WHAT JUSTICE LOOKS LIKE: The Nuremberg Trials of 1945 set a precedent for prosecuting war crimes, but progress since then has been slow.
STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES : TRII aims to provide undergraduates with the accreditation necessary to represent refugees in Boston courts.
GETTING TO THE TOP: Students took turns scaling the rock wall, encouraging their friends to compete against each other.
HISTORY MATTERS: As deer populations have risen at an alarming rate in the Northeast, so have the cases of Lyme Disease.
MONEY PROBLEMS: “I adore superhighways, but money is the route of all evil in America,” said Alicia Ostriker ’59 during her poetry reading.
FIRST RESPONSE: Allison Lewis ’19 has learned to adapt to stressful situations by acting in the moment and reflecting on her actions later.
CHILD HUNGER: According to the film “Wasted! The Story of Food Waste,” 40 percent of the food being produced in the U.S. is wasted.
GOING THE DISTANCE: Prof. Ramie Targoff (ENG) traveled to the American Academy in Rome to study the life of Vittora Colonna.