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Life, Liberty and Happiness? Or Peace, Order and Good Governance?

Life, Liberty and Happiness? Or Peace, Order and Good Governance?

Wurzweiler Professor Gary Stein: What We Can Learn From Canadian Policymaking Unlike many of my fellow Americans, who don’t usually give much thought to our neighbor to the north, I have always been interested in Canadian culture, politics, and geography. This began in my childhood, as I longed to visit the Montreal world’s fair known as

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Wurzweiler Launches Author’s Corner Book Talks

December 8 Series Premiere Features Interview With Sherry Amatenstein ’07W  Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work recently launched a new series of social work book talks that will illuminate some of the most interesting and critical topics in the social work field today. Called Author’s Corner, each session of the four-part series will highlight

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Wurzweiler’s Stein Selected as Health and Aging Policy Fellow

As Part of Fellowship, Dr. Gary Stein Will Contribute to the Development and Implementation of Health Policies That Affect Older Americans Dr. Gary Stein, professor at the Wurzweiler School of Social Work, has been selected as a Health and Aging Policy Fellow for the 2016-17 academic year. The selective year-long fellowship program provides an opportunity for academics

Wurzweiler Students Explore Trauma and Resilience in Israel

Collaboration With Tel Hai College Will Expose Students to Experts in the Fields of Emergency Response, Trauma and Recovery  From May 22-25, 11 exceptional students from Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work will take part in “Trauma and Interpersonal Violence,” an intensive course on trauma, emergency response and recovery at Tel Hai College in

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