Monthly Archives: January 2014

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Statement on Dismissal of Lawsuit

We are gratified that the federal court recognized the validity of our arguments in dismissing the case against Yeshiva University, which has been an incredibly trying process for all involved.  Our thoughts and remorse remain with those affected and harmed, and the confidential counseling services of Yeshiva University remain available to them. Now we continue

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Book Co-Authored by Gorsetman Wins National Jewish Book Award

Educating in the Divine Image: Gender Issues in Orthodox Jewish Day Schools Wins Education Category A book coauthored by Dr. Chaya Rosenfeld Gorsetman, associate professor of education at Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women, has received the 2013 Education and Jewish Identity – In Memory of Dorothy Kripke National Jewish Book Award, an honor bestowed by

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From Kharkov to Cleveland, It’s All About Community

On Four CJF Winter Missions Around the World, YU Students Get Closer Look at Jewish Leadership

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New Semester, New Milestones in Learning

RIETS Musmakh Rabbi Ephraim Meth Celebrates Second Completion of Shas at YU The new semester is underway at Yeshiva University—and it began with the celebration of a milestone in Torah learning. Rabbi Ephraim Meth, a 2012 graduate of YU’s Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, who continues his studies in the beit midrash as a RIETS Kollel

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Veteran Concussion Research

Veterans’ Head Injury Examined by Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine Roadside bombs and other blasts have made head injury the “signature wound” of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. Most combat veterans recover from mild traumatic brain injury, also known as concussion, but a small minority experience significant and long-term side effects. Now, researchers

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Side by Side

Frieda Sutton and Debbie Epstein Pursue Their Dream to Help Children at Stern College for Women Frieda Sutton and Debbie Epstein first met in the summer of 2011 at The Kids of Courage Summer Adventure Camp, a travel experience for children or young adults struggling with illness or disability. Sutton, who has cerebral palsy, had

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