Yeshiva University is bringing its program of advanced Torah studies to Long Island’s Five Towns and Rockaway communities under an off-campus initiative of postgraduate training for modern Orthodox educators.
While New York City prepared for a national political convention, excitement of another sort was taking place on Yeshiva University’s Beren Campus in Murray Hill and its Wilf Campus in Washington Heights.
Aug 27, 2004 — SUNDAY, AUGUST 29 Housing Check-in 9 am – 4:30 pm Morgenstern Hall 108 FOR NEW STUDENTS ONLY: • Obtain keys • Sign up for phone service • Sign up for Shabbat meals • Office of Safety and Security BH 112 is open 9 am – 5 pm Obtain ID cards used […]
Aug 27, 2004 — WILF CAMPUS, AUG. 30 Continental Breakfast 9 – 10 am BH Weissberg Commons Rabbi Dr. Moses Tendler “No Dichotomy of Body and Soul: Health Management, A Torah Perspective” Jewish Studies Orientation 10:15 – 11 am • Mazer Yeshiva Program BH Weissberg Commons • James Striar School FH 501 • Isaac Breuer […]
Aug 27, 2004 — CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 8:30 am – 9:00 am, Koch Auditorium A WELCOME MESSAGE 9:00 am – 9:30 am, Koch Auditorium Hear greetings from Mr. Richard M. Joel, President, YU. JEWISH STUDIES ORIENTATION AND BEIT MIDRASH PROGRAM 9:45 am – 11:00 am, Koch Auditorium Essential for all students, including those returning from Israel […]
Aug 27, 2004 — Residence Hall Check-In: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm, Brookdale Residence Hall (For new students ONLY) Obtain ID cards, receive Verizon telephone and computer registration information, sign up for Shabbat meals. Students assigned to SRH or 36th St. RH will be notified by Wednesday, August 11. Parents’ Welcome Luncheon: 12:15 pm – […]
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During the republican national convention Sunday, August 29th, to Thursday, September 2nd, the local shuttle service will only transport passengers between campus buildings.
It is anticipated that traffic conditions will be heavy during the republican national convention Sunday, august 29th through Thursday, September 2nd.
Yedidya Saiman hopes his research in intercellular communication will help scientists better understand how we function. He and 10 other Yeshiva University (YU) undergraduates spent nine weeks this summer investigating causes and treatments of ailments including Alzheimer’s disease, Myoclunus-Dystonia, and multiple sclerosis under the tutelage of top biomedical scientists at the university’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine.