On Monday evening December 15th, starting at 8:00 PM, the Library hosted “The Last Minute,” a four-hour pilot event designed to assist individual students with end-of-semester research projects and term papers. Librarians and Writing Center Tutors were on hand on the third floor of the Mendel Gottesman Library Building for one-on-one consultation with students. The event marked a first time collaboration between the Library and the Wilf Writing Center, with support from the Student Life Committee and the Yeshiva College Student Association. Writing Center tutors from both campuses contributed to the evening’s success.
This dreidel, comprised of the letters “Y” and “U,” was presented to the Yeshiva University Archives several years ago, by Miriam Berman, a graduate of Stern College for Women. While the letters “Y” and “U” presumably stand for Yeshiva University, the traditional letters on this dreidel: “nun,” “gimel,” “heh,” and “peh,” indicate that it was created in Israel. Was it distributed at a Yeshiva University event in Israel? Where? When?
Wurzweiler Awarded $1.4 Million Grant to Fund Students in Clinical Field Placements with Vulnerable Adolescents and Youth in NYC
Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University, was awarded a $1.4 Million training grant from the United States Department of Health and Human Services in late September to fund students in clinical field placements with vulnerable adolescents and youth in New York City. The award will fund training of Master in Social Work students in…
The Yeshiva University High Schools Annual Dinner of Tribute at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City on March 22 honored Rabbi Hyman and Ann Arbesfeld, YU Benefactors with deep roots in the YU community.
Nearly 700 people attended Yeshiva University’s Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) Annual Dinner of Tribute, held this evening at The Grand Hyatt in New York City. Rabbi Zevulun Charlop, dean emeritus of RIETS and special advisor to the President on Yeshiva Affairs, was honored for his extraordinary achievement in Torah learning and leadership over 35 years as the seminary’s dean.
RIETS Annual Dinner of Tribute Honors Dean Emeritus Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Supporters Herbert and Rabbi Mark Smilowitz
Rabbi Zevulun Charlop, dean emeritus of Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) and special advisor to the President on yeshiva affairs, was honored for his extraordinary achievement in Torah learning and leadership over 35 years as the seminary’s dean at Yeshiva University’s RIETS Annual Dinner of Tribute on September 17. Almost 700 people attended at the event at the Grand Hyatt in New York City.
Yeshiva University (YU) has established the Lamm Heritage in celebration of the 80th birthday of its chancellor, Dr. Norman Lamm. The Heritage will honor Chancellor Lamm’s almost 60 years of exceptional scholarly, spiritual, and leadership contributions to the university and world Jewish community. The Lamm Heritage consists of four initiatives; the Lamm Heritage Web site, the Norman Lamm Prize, Yad Lamm, and an endowment to the Rabbi Norman Lamm Kollel L’Hora’ah (Yadin Yadin).
Yeshiva University’s (YU) Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) will honor Rabbi Zevulun Charlop for his extraordinary achievement in Torah learning and leadership at its Annual Dinner of Tribute on September 17 at The Grand Hyatt in New York City. Rabbi Charlop, who served as the seminary’s dean for 35 years, is dean emeritus of RIETS and special advisor to the President on Yeshiva affairs.
Yeshiva University High Schools (YUHS), comprised of The Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy / Yeshiva University High School for Boys (YUHSB) and the Samuel H. Wang Yeshiva University High School for Girls (YUHSG), will bestow Dr. Edward Berliner with the Faculty Member of the Year award. Dr. Berliner will be honored at the YUHS Annual Dinner of Tribute on Monday, June 23 at 6 pm at The New York Marriott Marquis in Times Square. Prominent members of the West Orange, NJ community, Dr. Berliner and his wife, Debbie, are proud parents of three YUHSB alumni: Avi ’99, Josh ’01, and Jon ’04.
Considered one of the most distinguished poskim (halakhic decisors) of our time, HaRav Gedalia Dov Schwartz, the Av Beth Din of the Chicago Rabbinical Council (CRC) and a graduate of Yeshiva College and the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS), was honored for his 20 years of service to the CRC and to the Chicago Jewish community during a national dinner on Oct. 28. Dr. Norman Lamm, Yeshiva University chancellor, was the keynote speaker.