We are assembled to pay tribute to a deeply cherished relative, friend, co-worker and brother who has been called to his eternal reward after 82 years which means he attained and surpassed the age of Gevura – of strength and heroic achievements.
In a paper appearing in the June 18th issue of Science, researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine have solved the mystery surrounding cell biology’s greatest escape: the crucially important migration of messenger RNA molecules out of the cell’s nucleus so that genetic instructions can be translated into proteins.
Eleven Burns Security guards were honored by Community Board 12 for going above and beyond the call of duty when, on May 8, a fire broke out at 556 185th Street, the apartment building adjacent to YU’s Schottenstein Center at the Wilf Campus.
Some of Yeshiva College’s oldest, and youngest, alumni joined more than 300 friends and well-wishers in downtown Brooklyn last night to celebrate 75 years of quality Jewish higher education and pledge support toward future success.
Yeshiva University hosted a one-day professional development seminar for Jewish history teachers on June 15. Three scholars presented new research in Jewish history, for use in shaping courses and classes.
Students from PS 173 in Washington Heights had the chance to see their artwork on display Tuesday at the Mendel Gottesman Library on the Wilf Campus.
The political science departments of both Yeshiva College and Stern College for Women have been revamped for next fall to include more course offerings and programs, and three new full-time professors.
At Teaneck, NJ’s Congregation Bnai Yeshurun, Yeshiva University President Richard M. Joel earlier this week (June 7) affirmed YU’s role as a “fountainhead” of Modern Orthodoxy, emphasizing engagement—in education and community—in both the Jewish and secular worlds.
At the 104th Gratz College Commencement on May 16 in suburban Philadelphia President Richard Joel was awarded the degree of Doctor of Hebrew Laws. More than 600 people attended the ceremony, which had 16 graduates from the Jewish programs and approximately 150 from the general MA-Ed program.
Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor urged graduates of Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law to pursue careers in public service in a commencement address she delivered June 1 at the school’s 26th commencement exercises at Avery Fisher Hall. Justice O’Connor was awarded a Doctor of Laws degree by Yeshiva University at the commencement, conferred by president Richard M. Joel, in what was a first for Cardozo.