Monthly Archives: August 2018

Mijal Bitton

A Changemaker Who’s Continuing to Make Changes

A Changemaker Who’s Continuing to Make Changes

Mijal Bitton ’11S Wants to Shape Contemporary Jewish Life Mijal Bitton ’11S was recently named one of New York Jewish Week’s “36 Under 36,” a recognition given to “changemakers reaching across divides and edging the Jewish community forward.” What a perfect description of the work that Bitton does as a leader, scholar, doctoral candidate, Rosh

Architecture at Yeshiva College

YU’s Program in Architecture

Finding the University’s Values in a Study of the Built Environment One of the lesser-known gems of Yeshiva University’s arts curriculum is its program in architecture, overseen by Dr. Daniel Beliavsky, chair of the department of fine arts and music, and Paul Glassman, director of YU libraries as well as adjunct instructor in architectural history

Dr. Edward Belbruno

Belbruno Attends Award Ceremony in Germany

Dr. Edward Belbruno Receives Humboldt Research Award for Lifetime Achievement Last December, Dr. Edward Belbruno, clinical professor of mathematics, received word that he had been awarded the Humboldt Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung/Foundation of Germany for his accomplishments in research and teaching in mathematics as applied to celestial mechanics, astrodynamics and astrophysics.