CROSSING THE FINISH: Saint Cyr Dimanche ’19 crosses the finish line with energy left to spare.
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BELOW THE STACKS: Guy Raz honed his craft at Brandeis on his way to becoming a premier radio host.
THREADING A FUTURE: Zehner works to provide opportunities for growth to the artisans she works with.
WIDE SMILES: Amanda Zehner M.A. ’11 (second from left) stands with some of the artisans she works with.
LEADING LADY: Zehner has little experience in for-profit business, but she’s used her Brandeis connections to her advantage.
TRADITIONAL WITH A TWIST: Zehner and her team work with the artisans to make their traditional weaves more marketable.
PARTNERS IN HYDRATION: Max Keilson ’13 (R) and Jonathan Epstein ’14 (L) launched a line of beverages.
STORIES FROM A SEMESTER: Audience members listened to students discuss their experiences exploring immigration.
PROUD PROFESSOR: Marci McPhee introduced her students at the Immigrant Practicum Presentation.
YEARS IN THE MAKING: Prof. Klausen (POL) began working on a database that compiles info on terror attacks in the West since 2006.
UNDERSTANDING TERROR: The Western Jihadism Project aims to understand the bigger picture of global terrorism using data collection.
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.”