New Hires, Programs Bolster Yeshiva University Men’s Undergraduate Torah Studies
In a continued effort to strengthen Yeshiva University’s Undergraduate Torah Studies Programs, a group of new administrators, faculty members, rabbis and mashgichim [spiritual advisers] have been hired to deliver shiurim [lectures], teach Judaic studies classes and forge connections with students that go beyond the classroom.
“These past five years have seen an unprecedented period of growth in the Undergraduate Torah Studies Programs,” said President Richard M. Joel. “There has been an enhanced atmosphere of high-level Torah learning, structure, discipline, warmth and individual student attention, coupled with new learning programs and educational formats.”
Changes are being implemented in the organization of the four morning programs: Yeshiva Progam/Mazer School of Talmudic Studies (MYP), Irving I. Stone Beit Midrash Program (SBMP), Isaac Breuer College of Hebraic Studies (IBC) and the James Striar School (JSS). The programs are now consolidated under the official umbrella of undergraduate Torah studies, while administrators are maximizing their current resources to best meet the needs of the 1,100 students enrolled. Read the rest of this entry…Comments Off