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Making It in the Media

Making It in the Media

From Financial Analyst to Stage Manager for The TODAY Show A native New Yorker, born and bred in Brooklyn, Yosef Herzog ’02HS, ’07SB graduated from the Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy/Yeshiva University High School for Boys in 2002, then spent two years in Israel before entering the Sy Syms School of Business in 2004. At Syms,

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Wurzweiler Launches Author’s Corner Book Talks

December 8 Series Premiere Features Interview With Sherry Amatenstein ’07W  Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work recently launched a new series of social work book talks that will illuminate some of the most interesting and critical topics in the social work field today. Called Author’s Corner, each session of the four-part series will highlight

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Contributing to the Health of the Coming Generations

Mother, Scientist and Public Health Advocate Focuses on Neonatal Health Issues Miriam Merzel Schachter ’09S received her PhD in Biomedical Sciences in 2014 from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She got her inspiration to study biology from her high school chemistry teacher at Ora Academy in Rochester, New York. “Mr. Zemel was

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YU Alumni Offer Career Advice and Support

Many Alumni Represent Their Companies at Career Fairs YU alumni give back in many ways, one of which is by volunteering at career fairs representing their companies where they can provide advice and networking opportunities to job-seekers. These fairs are crucial links in the process of YU graduates finding useful internships or gainful employment, and

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The Dynamic Duo

David and Daniel Danesh Pay It Forward By Giving Back Talking with the Danesh brothers, David (’13SB, ’16C) and Daniel (’13YC, ’16C), is like running a race. Both speak at a fast pace and with great enthusiasm, thoroughly committed to whatever idea or observation they are discussing with keen insight and rapid-fire analysis. It’s not

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