Faculty articles


Cybersecurity in the WannaCry Age

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

Students in the lab of Dr. Josefa Steinhauer (second from left) use the confocal microscope to

Taking a Closer Look

New Wilf Campus Microscope Sheds Light on World of the Cell Beginning this summer, Yeshiva University undergraduate researchers will be able to conduct cutting-edge scientific research using light microscopy, thanks to the generous donation of a confocal research microscope by Dr. Ruth Lehmann at the Skirball Institute for Biomolecular Medicine at New York University Langone Medical


A Celebration of Cultural Exploration

Center for Israel Studies Arts Festival Portrays Israel Through Image and Word Through May 25, Yeshiva University’s Center for Israel Studies (CIS) will host an arts festival on campus dedicated to celebrating the arts and Israel through imagery and words, continuing a tradition of cultural exploration at YU that was originally created by Dr. Norman