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GIVING OPPORTUNTIES

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Gifts to the Brandeis National Committee support: [BNC links]
  • University Libraries
  • Student Scholarships
  • Sustaining the Mind Endowment Fund:

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES

Libraries are the heart of a great university, the lifeline of teaching, learning and research. The remarkable growth of the Brandeis Libraries has been achieved with the help of generous women and men who recognize the link between a world-class library and a high-quality education. Through a wide range of giving opportunities, you can fulfill your interest in books and learning and make an impact on one of America's leading research universities. Find out more about opportunities to support Brandeis Libraries.

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STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS

The new initiative is BRANDEIS NATIONAL COMMITTEE SCHOLARSHIP CAMPAIGNMore information from Brandeis.

Students for Science Scholarship Fund

This initiative provides financial assistance for promising Brandeis students planning to pursue a career in scientific research or medicine. Individual gifts start at $1,000, and chapter gifts at $5,000.

University Scholarships and Fellowships

Gifts of $100,000 or more for an endowed scholarship fund, payable over a period of three to five years, bear the name of the donor or honoree.

Donor Recognition

In addition to receiving recognition that is specific to the individual fund, all donors of:

$1,000 or more within a fiscal year become members of the Justice Brandeis Society, the university's leadership giving society.

$5,000 or more in a single fiscal year are acknowledged on BNC's Tribute Wall, a focal point in the foyer of the university's main library.

 

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donatebuttonSUSTAINING THE MIND:
       SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP

parkinson's protein
Brandeis Researchers
Identify Structure
of Parkinson's Protein

We invite you to join the Brandeis National Committee's "Sustaining the Mind: Scientific Research and Scholarships" fund to foster research in neuroscience and neurodegenerative diseases, and to establish an endowed scholarship fund for students in the sciences. The vision and determination of a cadre of loyal supporters like you will help us reach our $3 million campaign goal and will ensure that Brandeis researchers and students are able to excel in their fields of study and make important advancements in neuroscience.