Monthly Archives: July 2010

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Don’t Write Off the Next Generation

Rabbi Kenneth Brander on Today’s Youth’s Views on Individuality, Community and the Future of Jewish Leadership Rabbi Kenneth Brander is the David Mitzner Dean of Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future. The CJF will be convening leaders of the Jewish community from July 29 to Aug. 1 for the Fifth ChampionsGate National Leadership Conference in

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Yeshiva University High School for Girls Names New Head of School

Chaya Batya (C.B.) Neugroschl, an educator with nearly 20 years of pedagogic, curricular and administrative experience in both Limudei Kodesh and general studies, has been named head of school of the Yeshiva University High School for Girls (Central). The appointment is the culmination of a search that involved parents, faculty, board members and YU administrators, spanning both the United States and Israel.

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Deciphering Ancient Text Messaging

Using the Latest Imaging Technologies, Dr. Steven Fine and a Team of Researchers are Revolutionizing the Way Artifacts are Viewed When the first Dead Sea Scrolls were sold to famed archaeologist Yigael Yadin in 1949 by Athanasius Samuel—the Syrian patriarch of Jerusalem, who was by then living in America—he kept a few fragments for his

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C.B. Neugroschl Will Set the Course for Continued Growth

C.B. Neugroschl Will Set the Course for Continued Growth C.B. Neugroschl Jul 26, 2010 — Chaya Batya (C.B.) Neugroschl, an educator with nearly 20 years of pedagogic, curricular and administrative experience in both Limudei Kodesh and general studies, has been named head of school of the Yeshiva University High School for Girls (Central). The appointment

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New York Attorney General Candidates Face off at Cardozo

New York Attorney General Candidates Face off at Cardozo Jul 22, 2010 — Cardozo School of Law hosted a debate on July 20 among the Democratic candidates vying for New York attorney general in September’s primary, drawing a packed audience to the school’s Jacob Burns Moot Courtroom to hear from the contenders – relative unknowns

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Young Teachers in the Legacy Heritage Teacher Training and GiveBack Fellowship Programs

Young Teachers in the Legacy Heritage Teacher Training and GiveBack Fellowship Programs Fill Void in Classrooms across the Country The 2010 Legacy Heritage Teacher Training and GiveBack Fellows Jul 21, 2010 — In just two short years the Legacy Heritage Teacher Training Fellowship and GiveBack Fellowship at Yeshiva University’s Institute for University-School Partnership have altered

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Hebrew Scholars Convene for International Conference Hosted by Yeshiva University

On July 6-8, the National Association of Professors of Hebrew (NAPH) held its annual conference at Yeshiva University’s Beren Campus. The conference, co-sponsored by Stern College for Women and YU’s Center for Israel Studies, featured lectures on a wide range of topics related to Hebrew language, literature and culture and was attended by over 250 scholars, writers and educators.

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