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Mathematics Program Enters Phase of Exciting Growth

Mathematics Program Enters Phase of Exciting Growth

Stern College for Women Math Majors Lead the Way with Innovative Research The Stern College Department of Mathematical Sciences is leading the way in Yeshiva University’s efforts to further its commitment to STEM programs and prepare its graduates for the marketplace of tomorrow. Dr. Marian Gidea, professor of mathematics at Stern and in YU’s graduate programs in

Shira Sheps ’09S Tells the Stories of Jewish Women

The Layers Project Blends Photographs and Words to Create Touching Portraits In 2015, Shira (Lankin) Sheps ’09S began a blog, “Emuna Balaylot” [Faith in the Evenings], as a way to come to terms with a five-year chronic illness. She began by writing, “I am starting this blog because after years of quiet illness, I have

A Champion of Genetic Screening

As Co-Founder of JScreen, Caroline Gold ’92S Promotes Healthy Jewish Families Caroline (Katz) Gold ’92S came to Stern College for Women in 1988, where she found a community as warm and friendly as the sunny climate of her native Atlanta, Georgia. “Coming from Atlanta without relatives nearby,” she recalled, “the families of my friends became my

Realism, Impressionism and 19th Century France

Humanities in Dialogue Series Explores Social Change Through Art in Professor Young’s Recent Book The latest installment of the Humanities in Dialogue series—discussions between faculty members with different areas of expertise, presented by the Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Honors Program at Yeshiva College—offered a lively interview of Dr. Marnin Young about his recent book, Realism

Stern College Chemistry Club Receives Travel Grant

Students to Present Research and Receive Honorable Mention at ACS National Meeting The Stern College for Women Chemistry Club, a student affiliate chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS), has been awarded a grant to subsidize student travel to the spring ACS national meeting in San Francisco, California this April, where the chapter will also

Searching For Cures

Shuli Kulak Investigates Tomorrow’s Therapies Today  Dr. Shuli (Roditi) Kulak’s ’05S, ’12E, ’17SB passion for science was discovered at a young age. “I found that I liked studying biology. As a kid, I’d read biology textbooks and go through the questions for fun,” she said with a laugh. After spending her freshman year at the