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Students at YU’s 78th Commencement Ceremony at Madison Square Garden’s WaMu Theater on May 14 received a send-off from someone they know well: Dr. David Shatz ’65YH, ’69Y, ‘72R, ‘72BR, the highly popular professor of philosophy at Stern College for Women. The esteemed scholar of general and Jewish philosophy gave the commencement address and was awarded the Presidential Medallion, the highest honor bestowed on a member of the faculty or administration for excellent service.
r. David Shatz, professor of philosophy at Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women, will deliver the keynote address at YU’s 78th Commencement Ceremony at Madison Square Garden’s WaMu Theater in New York City on May 14 at 11 am. Shatz, editor of The Torah u-Madda Journal and series editor of MeOtzar HoRav: Selected Essays of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, will receive the YU Presidential Medallion, the highest honor bestowed on a member of the faculty or administration for excellent service.