“My heart goes out to our Russian and Ukrainian students and our faculty members,” Liebowitz said.
The History department organized a panel discussing the Russia-Ukraine war on Thursday, a week after the war began.
Yale professor Timothy Snyder presented his insights about the Russian invasion at a virtual event on March 2.
Many students tested positive or were quarantined, but the outbreak seems to have been contained.
Professors discussed the political details and debates behind how foreign workers are treated in the Gulf.
Carol Anderson is an award winning author and a prominent scholar of African American studies.
In interviews with the Justice, University professors discussed the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Ariella Weiss from the Justice spoke with Kornman over Zoom about his experience playing on "Jeopardy! National College Championship"; airing hours later that evening.
The drive occurred at a crucial time with America experiencing a critical blood shortage.
The University’s Hillel Rabbi emailed the Brandeis Community about the importance of remembering and honoring victims of the Holocaust.
Galen Pardee ’11 presented his research for the Richard Saivetz ’69 Annual Memorial Architectural Lecture Series.