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The university is named after Louis Brandeis, the first Jewish Justice of the U. In 2015 it had a total enrollment of 5,532 students on its suburban campus spanning over 235 acres.
Its alumni include Academy Award winner Michael Sugar, Pulitzer Prize winner Thomas Friedman, Nobel Prize laureate Roderick Mac Kinnon, former Icelandic prime minister Geir Haarde and two Mac Arthur Fellows. Smith's will stipulated that the school should go to any group willing to use it to establish a non-sectarian university.The founding organization was announced in August and named The Albert Einstein Foundation for Higher Learning, Inc.Einstein objected to what he thought was excessively expansive promotion, and to Goldstein's sounding out Abram L.Sachar as a possible president without consulting Einstein.Einstein took great offense at Goldstein's having invited Cardinal Francis Spellman to participate in a fundraising event.Middlesex University was a medical school located in Waltham, Massachusetts, that was at the time the only medical school in the United States that did not impose a quota on Jews. Within two years, Middlesex University was on the brink of financial collapse. Ruggles Smith, was desperate for a way to save something of Middlesex University. Israel Goldstein that was seeking a campus to establish a Jewish-sponsored secular university.
The school had not been able to secure accreditation by the American Medical Association, which Smith partially attributed to institutional antisemitism in the American Medical Association, and, as a result, Massachusetts had all but shut it down. Smith approached Goldstein with a proposal to give the Middlesex campus and charter to Goldstein's committee, in the hope that his committee might "possess the apparent ability to reestablish the School of Medicine on an approved basis." While Goldstein was concerned about being saddled with a failing medical school, he was excited about the opportunity to secure a 100-acre (0.40 km Goldstein agreed to accept Smith's offer, proceeding to recruit George Alpert, a Boston lawyer with fundraising experience as national vice president of the United Jewish Appeal.
Alpert had worked his way through Boston University School of Law and co-founded the firm of Alpert and Alpert.
Alpert's firm had a long association with the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, of which he was to become president from 1956 to 1961 The charter of this operation was transferred to the Foundation along with the campus.
Einstein also became alarmed by press announcements that exaggerated the school's success at fundraising.
Einstein threatened to sever ties with the foundation on September 2, 1946.
Believing the venture could not succeed without Einstein, Goldstein quickly agreed to resign himself, and Einstein recanted.