Monthly Archives: May 2017

Stern College Senior Art Exhibition Opens at YU Museum

“Unabridged” Showcases Graduating Studio Art Majors’ Work  Talented art students at Stern College for Women have received a rare opportunity to exhibit in a major New York museum with today’s opening of “unabridged,” a multimedia exhibition featuring selections from the graduating class of studio art majors being hosted at the Yeshiva University Museum. “The Museum is

#YUGrad17: Favorite Moments

Looking Back on an Unforgettable Undergraduate Experience Whether they were winning grants from Google to create new opportunities for young women interested in computer science or organizing the largest Jewish genetic screening in history, Yeshiva University’s Class of 2017 never failed to make an impact. With commencement just around the corner, we look back at

Cybersecurity in the WannaCry Age

Andrew Boyarsky and Douglas Graham: Organizational Resilience is Key to Defeating Cyberattacks Quite often with cybersecurity, the public sees what might appear to be a game of cat and mouse: the perpetrators (bad guys) attack, then the cybersecurity establishment (government, private companies, and so on; the good guys) defend and try to plug, patch, and

Five Students Named Kressel Scholars

Ninth Cohort Awarded Grants to Pursue Research Ranging From Nanophysics to American Politics

United Jerusalem at 50

Yom Yerushalayim Day Event to Celebrate Reunified Jerusalem and Reflect on City’s Significance  Yeshiva University, Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, The Ramaz School and Religious Zionists of America will join together on Tuesday, May 23 to mark Yom Yerushalayim — Jerusalem Day — with a celebration titled, “Yom Yerushalayim: United Jerusalem at 50.” The event will take