Time to think, plan for 2011 Study Abroad opportunities
|"Study abroad is an opportunity for students to take what they are learning in the classroom and apply some real-world experience," Assistant Dean of Academic Services J. Scott Van Der Meid, the Director of Study Abroad, said. "Putting yourself in a different setting allows you to learn not only about a different culture and worldview, but also a lot about yourself." |
Schusterman Center publishes new book
|The Schusterman Series in Israel Studies published Anat Helman's Young Tel Aviv: A Tale of Two Cities, in November 2010. The book is a fascinating revisionist history of Jewish life in Tel Aviv in the Mandate era. Click here to read more about this tale.|
Is it ethical for parents to opt out of immunizing their children?
|Child immunization is frequently noted as one of the major milestones in the history of public health. However there are parents who object to immunization recommendations and requirements. Is it ever ethical not to immunize one's child? The International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life explores both sides of this debate in their January "Ethical Inquiry".|
Global Brandeis Profile: Brenda Gael McSweeney
McSweeney served with the United Nations for thirty years in many leadership positions. She currently manages Women's History Initiatives in Boston, Burkina Faso and India.
Back from a Summer in Liberia: 1 Semester Later
Adam Rosenberg writes his last post: reflecting upon his experiences in Liberia, returning to the United States, and writing his final paper.
Tips for a Successful Global Brandeis Fund Application
Applying for the Global Brandeis Fund? Check out these tips for a successful application! Reminder: the proposal deadline is January 31.