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Three YU Alumni Awarded Kohelet Prizes

Three YU Alumni Awarded Kohelet Prizes

$36,000 Prizes Celebrate Progression in Jewish Education; Three Additional Alumni Receive Honorable Mentions Three alumni of Yeshiva University’s Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration—Rabbi Yoni Fein ’14A, Shira Greenspan ’14A and Rabbi Tzvi Sinensky ’15A—have been awarded 2017 Kohelet Prizes celebrating progression in Jewish education. The annual prize from the Kohelet Foundation bestows

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Azrieli Announces Rolling Admissions

Jewish Educators Can Now Begin Advanced Degrees During Any Semester To make its graduate programs even more accessible to Jewish educators worldwide, Yeshiva University’s Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration recently announced that students will be able to enroll in its programs during any semester. Previously, prospective students would have to wait until

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Responding to Tragedy in Israel

In Wake of Terror Attacks, Students, Faculty and Staff at Yeshiva University Show Support In the last few weeks, as Israel has been hit with another wave of terror attacks, students, faculty and staff at Yeshiva University have come together to reach out to Jews across the Atlantic and around the world. Last week, following

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From Azrieli Board of Overseers to World Maccabi Games

Alumni Profile: Josh Kahane ‘01YC It’s no surprise that attorney Josh Kahane ‘01YC has been selected as one of 10 players on the 2015 USA National Basketball Team who will compete in the 13th Pan American Maccabi Games in Chile this winter: the sport has been an important part of his story since high school,

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Bringing the Best of YU Back to California

Alumni Profile: Joey Small ’05YC ’09BR ’13A When he began his academic career at Yeshiva University’s Yeshiva College, Joey Small (’05YC ’09BR ’13A) knew he was in the right place to further the values he’d grown up with in Los Angeles, California—a life dedicated to Jewish living and learning, deeply rooted in both spiritual and

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