Tag Archives: Undergraduate

Business Education at Yeshiva University

A Message from President Richard M. Joel We recently announced a series of exciting steps at Yeshiva University to further advance education for our undergraduate students. Our priority is to offer each student in every realm of study the finest education and preparation for their successful future. The crucial next step in our advancement is

CDC Career Fair

Hire Education

Career Development Center Offers Students Opportunities, Resources to Connect with Wide Range of Employers Two down, two to go. Sarah Clyde, a Stern College for Women senior graduating in May with a shaped degree in computer science, had four job interviews in the last two weeks. All of them were with employers she met at

2010 Kressel Research Scholars

Young Scholars Prepare for Graduate-Level Research

Six Selected to Participate in Kressel Research Scholarship Program, Now in its Third Year Six Yeshiva University students will intensify their focus on advanced undergraduate-level research this year as part of the Henry Kressel Research Scholarship program. The scholarship—established by Dr. Henry Kressel, chairman of the YU Board of Trustees, managing director of Warburg Pincus

Students Experience Both Sides of the Classroom

New Teaching Fellowship Program Allows Honors Students to Serve as Teaching Assistants This fall, the Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Honors Program will offer senior honor students and newcomers alike a rare opportunity: to mentor and be mentored by their own. Dr. Gabriel Cwilich, director of the Honors Program, has announced a new teaching fellowship program in