On Tuesday, November 1, the Alfred and Evelyn H. Solomon Rare Book Room was formally dedicated at Yeshiva University’s Mendel Gottesman Library of Hebrew/Judaica by their children, Julia and Todd Solomon.
Todd Solomon explained the connection between the rare book room and his parents. “Jews are called, by some, people of the book. My father, […]
For student-athletes, the question has several answers, including the opportunity to observe Shabbos without compromise while competing at the NCAA level.
In our latest promotional video “Why YU?”, Yeshiva University student-athletes Daniel Benchimol (men’s soccer), Rena Genauer (softball), Stephanie Greenberg (women’s basketball and cross country), Isaac Markel (men’s cross country) and Rebecca Yoshor(women’s […]
Former United States Senator Joseph Lieberman has been appointed the Joseph Lieberman Chair in Public Policy and Public Service at Yeshiva University for the 2014-2015 academic year. During that time, he will teach one undergraduate course and give three public lectures, on topics ranging from Judaism and public service to the Middle East, at […]
Frenkel Receives $375,000 NSF Grant to Support Three Years of Joint Research with Hebrew University
Dr. Anatoly Frenkel, professor of physics at Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women, will serve as principal investigator on a three-year $675,000 grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for internationally collaborative study of colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals, tiny […]
YU’s Student Holocaust Education Movement (SHEM) organized a moving Yom Hashoah ceremony last week, “Remember the Future,” focusing on the narrative of the rescuers, at the Lamport Auditorium on the Wilf Campus.
Sally Frishberg, a Holocaust survivors, spoke at the event, as did Dr. Eva Fogelman, the Pulitzer-nominated author of the book Conscience and Courage: […]