The week of programming included educational events to learn about the myriad of options around the world.
The goal of the project is to create better informed public health and safety policies.
The showcase included a competition, and innovations ranged from digital tokens to water purification tools.
Brandeis hosted a panel that focused on the events leading up to the Israeli elections and the potential aftermath of the results.
Anderson was awarded the Gittler Prize and spoke to students about her research and books at a variety of events.
Fellow alumni, family, and friends of Barbra Barth Feldman '86 gathered for a dedication ceremony.
Porsha Olayiwola, the Brandeis Jacob Ziskind Poet-in-Residence read her poems and held a Q&A session.
The opening event featured a discussion between prominent professors and researchers on generally overlooked topics in the region.