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  Copyright Information | Brandeis University
Brandeis University expects all members of the Brandeis community to comply with U.S. Copyright Laws.
Access to some or all of the University's computer systems or information resources may be terminated if copyright law appears to have been violated, and other disciplinary actions may be taken according to standard University policy.
If you believe that Brandeis University's computer resources are being used in a way which infringes your copyright, please provide notice of the claimed infringement, consistent with the requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. 512(c)(3) to our designated agent under this law:
www.brandeis.edu /copyright   (143 words)

  People Directory | Brandeis University
The Brandeis directory is an authoritative information source for Brandeis university faculty, staff, and students.
The Brandeis Directory is the property of Brandeis University and may be used only for purposes authorized by Brandeis University.
Brandeis University does not guarantee the accuracy of this Data.
sys.brandeis.edu /directory/search   (219 words)

 Brandeis University - College Closeup
Brandeis combines two important traditions in higher education: the dedication to teaching that is characteristic of a small, selective college and the facilities and renowned faculty members usually associated with a large research university.
The University maintains twenty-seven technology-enhanced classrooms that are equipped with computers and AV equipment as well as seven public computer classrooms and clusters containing PC computers, public printing stations, and selected peripherals.
Brandeis expects its applicants to present scores on the College Board’s new SAT and on two SAT Subject Tests from different subjects (for example, one math and one language).
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 Alumni Relations
The Brandeis graduate speaks with reporter Wyatt Andrews about her inspiration for establishing the innovative program and why she believes it has been so successful.
Two years later, she is bringing her characteristic passion and enthusiasm to the work as club president.
Brandeis to host 50th anniversary celebration for the Wien International Scholarship Program on April 11-13, 2008
alumni.brandeis.edu /web   (370 words)

 Alumni Admissions Council:Welcome
The Brandeis University Alumni Admissions Council (AAC) is an international organization of Brandeis graduates who volunteer to represent the University to prospective students, parents, local secondary schools, and the community at large.
Organized in 1972 with the support of the University and the Alumni Association, the AAC has grown to nearly 700 members in more than 25 councils around the world.
Regardless of the shape or size of the council, all have a common purpose: to assist the University in identifying talented and promising high school students as prospective Brandeis applicants and to encourage the young men and women best qualified for admission to consider Brandeis as a possible college choice.
alumni.brandeis.edu /web/aac/index.html   (689 words)

 Brandeis International Business School: Minding The World's Business
IBM and Brandeis International Business School (IBS) established a new relationship and co-hosted a special event on November 6th.
Dean Bruce R. Magid was featured in a related story by NECN and in other press outlets.
Brandeis International Business School has risen dramatically in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s 2007 ranking of the world’s top 100 full-time MBA programs.
www.brandeis.edu /global   (233 words)

 Brandeis University - Online College Guide Written For Students By Students
Most students at Brandeis are happy with their classes and professors.
Professors at Brandeis are highly skilled in their respective areas and make themselves available to assist students on a regular basis.
Brandeis offers students the opportunity to learn from well-known individuals, including educators,...
www.collegeprowler.com /guide.asp/1427400261/index.html   (512 words)

 Carter agrees to speak at Brandeis - The Boston Globe
Jimmy Carter, after weeks of controversy, has agreed to speak and field questions on his new book about Israel at a forum at Brandeis University, administrators and a spokesman for Carter said yesterday.
The former president was formally invited by a committee of faculty and students -- not the university, officials said.
The effort to bring Carter to Brandeis started Nov. 14, when professor Harry Mairson, chairman of the Faculty Senate, asked Carter in a letter whether he would be interested in visiting.
www.boston.com /news/local/articles/2007/01/11/carter_agrees_to_speak_at_brandeis   (1012 words)

 Alumni Relations
Brandeis House Hospitality Now Open to All Alumni!
In addition to our ongoing cultural and professional programs, Brandeis House in New York City now offers all alumni a coffee lounge and business center, open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.
For a half-century, Fellow Tani Sackler Krouse '57 has served her alma mater in a variety of roles, most recently establishing a scholarship to help needy students.
alumni.brandeis.edu   (279 words)

 Brandeis University :: Home
Read about recent faculty and staff achievements, including awards, honors, appointments, publications and special lectures.
Inside View: Take a closer look at exhibition "Tom Sachs: Logjam" with Peter Kalb, professor of art history at Brandeis.
View a list of all events open to the public at the myBrandeis calendar
www.brandeis.edu   (274 words)

 Torah MiTzion - Brandeis - Main Page
A significant part of Jewish Learning Initiative's mission at Brandeis is the cultivation of a vibrant religious Zionist environment amongst the 2000 Jewish students on campus, with an annual Israeli Memorial Day commemoration, Independence Day celebration, and a Yom Yerushalayim parade.
JLI played an integral role in Brandeis students' strong showing at the Israel Solidarity Rally in Washington and in the International Hillel Advocacy Mission in Israel.
In a typical week, JLI faculty at Brandeis learns with upwards of 60 students in classes, chevrutot, or in small groups.
www.torahmitzion.org /brandeis/default.asp   (246 words)

  FOXNews.com - Brandeis University to Allow Rebuttal After Carter Speech - Politics | Republican Party | Democratic ...
WASHINGTON —; Former President Jimmy Carter won't go unchallenged after his appearance next week at Brandeis University, where he is lecturing on his latest book about what he terms the Palestinian apartheid by Israel.
Dershowitz won’t be allowed in the gymnasium during Carter’s appearance because it is limited to university students, faculty and staff, but he will watch it from somewhere else on campus, said Brandeis spokesman Dennis Nealon.
Kenneth Stein, director of the Institute for the Study of Modern Israel of Emory University, also resigned in December, saying Carter rewrites history to shape the reader’s opinion to one side of the issue.
www.foxnews.com /story/0,2933,244303,00.html   (1244 words)

 Wikinfo | Brandeis University
Founded in 1948 on the site of the former Middlesex University, Brandeis is the youngest private research university, as well as the only nonsectarian Jewish-sponsored college or university in the United States.
Brandeis University is also home to the Rose Art Museum, a museum of modern and contemporary art.
The Brandeis University athletic teams ("The Judges") compete in the University Athletic Association (UAA) conference of the NCAA Division III.
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KASS, J. As framed, the charges upon which Brandeis University (Brandeis) disciplined David Arlen Schaer, a third-year undergraduate, were (1) engaging in unwanted sexual activity; and (2) creating a hostile environment for the accuser, both offenses in violation of the rights and responsibilities section of the student handbook.
The complaint states that a Brandeis police officer was allowed to testify that when she saw the complainant one month after the encounter, "She looked like a rape victim." On what possible basis a police officer could know such a thing does not appear.
What, according to the complaint, Brandeis passes off as a record discloses no more than "she said" against "he said." The plaintiff's allegation that the clear and convincing evidence was not adhered to states a claim that Schaer is entitled to explore; i.e., what evidence did the board consider clear and convincing.
www.securityoncampus.org /lawyers/brandeis99.a.html   (2585 words)

 Tony Kushner and Brandeis University's Award
Brandeis bestows honorary degrees as a means of acknowledging the outstanding accomplishments or contributions of individual men and women in any of a number of fields of human endeavor.
Just as Brandeis does not inquire into the political opinions and beliefs of faculty or staff before appointing them, or students before offering admission, so too the University does not select honorary degree recipients on the basis of their political beliefs or opinions.
Brandeis is honoring him for his extraordinary achievements as one of this generation's foremost playwrights, whose work is recognized in the arts and also addresses Brandeis's commitment to social justice.
www.jewishmag.com /103mag/tonykushner/tonykushner.htm   (1016 words)

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Amy Goldwasser is a junior at Brandeis University where she studies to complete a Politics major with a focus on social justice and social policy.
Becky is a senior at Brandeis University majoring in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies and Elementary Education.
Ole Miss is one of three universities nationwide — along with Brandeis University and the University of Rhode Island — to receive the 2004 award, which was announced last spring.
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 Grad Profiles - Brandeis University
Brandeis University is a private, coeducational, and nonsectarian institution of high education and research.
Founded in 1948, Brandeis brings to American higher education a unique cultural perspective reflecting Jewish traditions of scholarship and community service and the commitment to social justice personified by Louis Dembitz Brandeis, the distinguished Supreme Court Justice for whom the University is named.
Brandeis University, located just 10 miles west of Boston, consists of more than 90 buildings on 235 acres of rolling land and is in proximity to museums, theaters, and other attractions of the city, as well as to ocean beaches, canoeing on the Charles River, historic towns, and countryside for hiking or cross-county skiing.
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 History of the Brandeis Collection
Brandeis first demonstrated an interest in the University of Louisville in the early 1920s.
In 1979, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, issued a commemorative eight-reel microfilm edition of Brandeis's published speeches and writings entitled "The Public Papers of Louis D. Brandeis," that included many printed items from the Brandeis Papers in Louisville.
Brandeis correspondence is also found in the University President's and University Library's office files for the 1920-1945 period, also housed at the University Archives.
www.louisville.edu /library/law/brandeis/history.html   (734 words)

Brandeis University, the youngest major private research university in the United State is recognized for its academic excellence and commitment to social justice.
Brandeis is ranked 34th among US universities in US News and World Report, and 9th in the study by Graham and Diamond (The Rise of American Research Universities) based on quantitative measures of the impact of faculty research.
Brandeis is located in Waltham, a suburb of Boston and is connected to Boston and Cambridge by a 20-minute train ride.
www.euroeducation.net /studyusa/brandeis   (820 words)

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Born in Tel Aviv and raised in New England, Tamar Diesendruck studied fine arts, and later music, at Brandeis University, where Seymour Shifrin, Martin Boykan, and Edward Cohen were her teachers.
Comments: This book by a long-time professor of theatre arts at Brandeis University is a fascinating study of the social forces influencing the evolution of the Broadway music.
The charismatic Raquy may have been born in Michigan and educated at Brandeis University in Boston, but she is a true citizen of the world.
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 Louis Brandeis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Brandeis retired from the Court in 1939, to be replaced by William O. Douglas.
Brandeis split with the European branch of Zionism, led by Chaim Weizmann, and resigned a leadership role in 1921.
The cremated remains of Justice Brandeis are interred under the portico of the Louis Brandeis Law school at the University of Louisville.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Louis_Brandeis   (3006 words)

 University   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The University Seminars in Humanistic Inquiry (USEM) are a hallmark of the Brandeis curriculum, designed specifically for first year students and intended as a foundation for their studies at Brandeis.
In the spirit of the liberal arts nature of the undergraduate curriculum at Brandeis, students are not assigned an advisor based on their preliminary academic interests.
Prior to their arrival to Brandeis and assignment to an academic advisor, incoming first year students are given the opportunity to speak with a faculty advisor, class dean, or peer advisor who can assist them with course selection during the summer registration period.
www.brevard.edu /fyc/ruproject/brandeisuniv/overview.htm   (1485 words)

 FIRE - Brandeis University
A red light university has at least one policy that both clearly and substantially restricts freedom of speech.
The University may take action on conduct that it deems to be inappropriate, regardless of whether it rises to the level
The University will not tolerate any behavior that intimidates, threatens, harasses, physically harms, invades personal privacy, or otherwise endangers the health, safety or welfare of oneself or any other person on or off campus (see also Section 6 on Harassment).
www.thefire.org /index.php/codes/2482   (691 words)

 Brandeis University - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brandeis University - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Brandeis University, private, coeducational institution sponsored by the Jewish community in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Brandeis, Louis Dembitz (1856-1941), American jurist, one of the most famous justices of the United States Supreme Court, known for his liberal...
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 FrontPage magazine.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
My speech at Brandeis was scheduled for Tuesday as a climax to Conservative Coming Out Week, an event organized by the College Republicans to show the family flag as it were.
And of course this is a university which appears to think it's ok to have a professor call his students "freaks" because they disagree with him about the war in Iraq.
(It is also, by the way, a university at which a speech to be given by former UN ambassador Jeanne Kirkpatrick was canceled by the university itself which said it couldn't guarantee her safety.
www.frontpagemag.com /blog/BlogEntry.asp?ID=293   (873 words)

 Jobs, News and Views for All of Higher Education - Inside Higher Ed :: Insourcing at Brandeis   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brandeis University has put on its payroll 22 custodians who had previously been employed by contractors, concluding a multi-year effort by students and labor leaders to win better pay and benefits for the workers.
The Brandeis Labor Coalition, a student group, successfully lobbied the university last August to ask contractors to raise the salaries of the outsourced custodians at Brandeis to the level of the 63 custodians already on the university’s payroll.
Brandeis’ core competency is in education, not in employing blue collar workers.
www.insidehighered.com /news/2006/09/14/brandeis   (1017 words)

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