African and African American Studies students educated community members on one of Brandeis’ most notable alumni.
Li’s research focuses on understanding biases in artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The MIT professor and researcher explained the process that led to him working on groundbreaking new technology to navigate the brain.
Smaranda Maria Albeck renovated parts of the Embassy Cinema to create dance studios and more at 16 Pine Street.
Faculty voters hold conversations regarding financial and social issues across campus.
As part of a newly created discussion series, panelists from Massachusetts universities discuss the importance and limitations of free speech and the regulation of hate speech.
The event explored policies that higher education institutions and workplaces can implement to create equitable environments for people with disabilities.
In a webinar hosted by Prof. Sabine von Mering (GRALL, WGS) and the Center for German and European Studies, Dr. Gerstetter breaks down two recent court cases challenging the German government’s climate response.
In the past 75 years, the Brandeis National Committee’s support for Brandeis University has been substantial, but few know the depth of their impact.
Multiple lives were lost in Waltham after a fatal crash, and the community is grieving.
u00a0 Impacted students navigate reimbursement, health and displacement with limited support from the University.