Daily Archives: October 13, 2010

Ethics in Public Life

The Center for Ethics at YU Launches New Online Essay Series

To advance its mission of promoting thoughtful, informed discussion of contemporary ethical issues throughout the University and beyond, the Center for Ethics is initiating a series of online essays on Ethics in Public Life. The series will feature relatively brief opinion pieces by faculty and other members of the YU community. Some will be based on talks given at Center events. Others will be written expressly for this online forum. Original essays will be supplemented on occassion by articles previously published elsewhere. Topics for discussion will include public leadership, academic integrity, business conduct and professional ethics.

Different Strokes for Differentiated Folks

Azrieli Adds New Requirement to Master’s Program As the worldwide educational community places increasing emphasis on the heterogeneous nature of the classroom, Yeshiva University’s Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration has added a new requirement to its master’s program: a course in differentiated instruction.  “We want our graduates to be fully armed and