Monthly Archives: June 2017

Toasting the Impact of Jewish Vintners

YU Museum Gala Pays Tribute to the Herzog Family, Celebrating Wine in Jewish Life and History  On Wednesday, June 21, the Yeshiva University Museum held its annual gala at City Winery in New York City. Titled “The Vine Cheereth: A Celebration of Wine in Jewish Life,” the event paid tribute to the Herzog family and the

Board of Trustees Welcomes New Members

Dr. Lewis J. Rubin and Andrew Herenstein Appointed to Yeshiva University Board of Trustees The Yeshiva University Board of Trustees confirmed the appointments of Andrew Herenstein and Dr. Lewis J. Rubin to the Board at its June 13 meeting. Herenstein is a co-founder and co-portfolio manager of Monarch Alternative Capital, a New York-based private investment

Neal Soss and Tracey Massey

What “Made in America” Means in a Global Economy

YU Wall Street Group Explores the Manufacturing Sector in the US Economy On Monday, June 19, the YU Wall Street Group hosted a panel discussion titled, “The Promise of ‘Made in America,’” concerning the role of manufacturing in the American economy. The event took place at Hodgson Russ LLP and was organized by the Office of

Connecting Alumni to Shapers of the NYC Skyline

YU Real Estate Professionals Hosts Presentation by Marc Holliday On June 15, the YU Real Estate Professionals hosted a presentation by Marc Holliday, CEO of SL Green Realty Corp, titled “One Vanderbilt: A Transformational Development Project with Private and Public Benefits.” The presentation took place at Morrison & Foerster LLP and was sponsored by Meridian

2017 Staff Appreciation Picnic

Employees Celebrate Annual Staff Appreciation Event with Food, Music, Games and Prizes On Thursday, June 15, Yeshiva University’s Human Resources Department presented its Staff Appreciation Day Picnic on the Wilf Campus. Hundreds of staff gathered in Weissberg Commons and Tenzer Gardens to take part in the annual event that recognizes employees for all of their contributions. Staff were encouraged