Hendricks came to Wurzweiler in 2005 as professor of social work and associate dean. She has been serving as interim dean of Wurzweiler for the […]
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University a five-year, $4.8 million grant to study the molecular mechanism that allows the Ebola virus to cause infection and spread in animals.
The Ebola virus is one of the world’s deadliest viruses, causing fatal hemorrhagic fevers […]
Michael Stoler, managing director at private-equity firm Madison Realty Capital and the president of New York Real Estate TV, LLC, heads the Foundation for Medical Evaluation & Detection. The Foundation recently committed a gift of $90,000 to Yeshiva University’s Program for Jewish Genetic Health, a joint effort between YU and its Albert Einstein College of […]
The Ethel and Ronald Gruen Endowed Fund for the Advancement of Secondary Jewish Education recently announced that itwill award grants of $20,000 each to eight schools across the country that are intended to provide need-based scholarships to students or to support the schools’ mechina or beginners programs. In addition to these eight […]
The Yeshiva University Center for the Jewish Future (CJF) recently announced that its Counterpoint Israel Program, a month-long service-learning initiative that aims to empower the next generation of Israeli youth via an exciting, Jewish values-driven summer camp experience, has tripled in size with the addition of three new camps in Beer Sheva, Kiryat Gat […]