The Direct Marketing Day Foundation, Inc. honored Deborah Y. Cohn, PhD, assistant professor of marketing at Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business, with its DMDF Professor Award for 2004.
Avishai Chelst is spreading the virtues of good health to his peers at The Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy/Yeshiva University High School for Boys.
Please be advised that the date of Orientation for new undergraduate students who will be starting in the Spring Semester has been changed. The orientation will be from Sunday, January 23 through Tuesday, January 25, 2005. All students will still begin classes on Wednesday, January 26.
Entering college brings with it a host of changes in students’ lives: greater responsibilities, a rigorous course load, a new community, social pressures, and for some, a foreign language. In fact, entering college ranks as one of the top 25 stressful life-changing events on most scales of psychological measure.
Under the direction of Thea Volpe, PhD, the academic Advising Center on the Wilf Campus will offer Yeshiva College and Sy Syms School of Business students a number of supportive services to help them realize academic goals.
Yeshiva University (YU) President Richard M. Joel traveled to Toronto, Canada, on Dec. 2 for a two-day trip, his first official visit to Canada as president of YU.
On the third day of Hanukkah, a team of YU students brightened the day of children ages 2-10 in New York-Presbyterian Hospital’s children’s ward.
Through a partnership announced recently between Stern College for Women and New York University’s Sackler Institute, Stern students will receive opportunities to conduct research at NYU Medical Center.
A group of Stern College for Women students has collaborated with their professors to publish their cutting-edge scientific research. The students, each of whom contributed significantly to research conducted during either the school year or the summer, are listed as coauthors with their professors on scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals.
Kollel Yom Rishon, YU’s weekly Sunday learning series for men wishing to continue their commitment to Torah study, held a “Hanukkah Extravaganza” Dec. 12.