Alumni articles

From left to right: Asaf Fligelman ’06SB, Darren Wolf ’02SB, Adam Lauer ’07SB, moderator Laizer Kornwasser ’92SB and Teresa Bayewitz ’06S

Young Alumni Share Career Insights

Young Alumni Share Career Insights

At Roundtable Event, Successful Yeshiva University Graduates Offer Advice to Students and Recent Alumni On Thursday, March 23, Yeshiva University’s Office of Alumni Affairs and Sy Syms School of Business convened a young alumni roundtable. At the event, five alumni shared their insights about how to find the right path to a successful career with

Career Fair hosted in Weissberg Commons

YU Hosts Spring Career Fair

Yeshiva University Students Connect With Job and Internship Opportunities at More Than 50 Organizations The Yeshiva University Career Center hosted the Spring 2017 Career Fair on March 24 in Weissberg Commons on the Wilf Campus. Marc Goldman, executive director of the Career Center, described the Fair as “a way for students to meet with employers


How Israeli Start-Ups Succeed

YU Wall Street Group Event Features Conversation With Ariel Beery, Michael Reitblat, Eran Shir and Michael Eisenberg ’89YUHS, ’93YC The Yeshiva University Wall Street Group presented a panel discussion entitled “Israeli Companies: Going from Start-Up to Scale-Up” on Monday, March 6, featuring Ariel Beery, CEO of MobileODT; Michael Reitblat, CEO of Forter; and Eran Shir,


Celebrating a Rich Heritage

At Limmud NY, YU Faculty, Students and Alumni Share Jewish Learning and Culture Whether they were discussing societal rifts in Second Temple Jewry, analyzing iconic Biblical moments from new angles or charting the surprising journey of American Jews through film, Yeshiva University faculty, students and alumni led the conversation at this year’s Limmud NY conference. The


Exploring Nanoscale Checkerboards

Yeshiva College Alumnus Shares Physics Research With Current Honors Students At a recent presentation to students in the Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Honors Program at Yeshiva College, Mordechai Kornbluth ’12YC shared research he has been conducting into what he called “nano checkerboards.” The term describes an interesting phenomenon that occurs when atoms of magnesium and gallium,