Monthly Archives: January 2019

Rabbi Julius Berman

Remembering the Holocaust

Remembering the Holocaust through Education and Steadfast Determination Julius Berman, longtime YU Board of Trustees member and president of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, discusses new data revealing alarming gaps in Holocaust knowledge and the key questions we need to consider to educate the next generation. As we approach International Holocaust Remembrance

Bearing Witness to the Holocaust display panel

Reflections on the State of Holocaust Education

Holocaust Memory in the Coming Generations Bonnie Pollak Mordecai Paldiel Dr. Karen Shawn Dr. Irit Felsen Dr. Rona Novick Holocaust Remembrance Day—What Have We Done? Bonnie Pollak, JD, MSW   Hundreds of millions have been spent on memorials and museums dedicated to the memories of the Holocaust, but what lessons have been learned? We have

Ferkauf Logo

Inspired by her Mother and Inspiring her Daughter

Dr. Arlene “Lu” Steinberg, This Year’s Ferkauf Distinguished Alumna, has Made a Real Impact in the Field of Trauma Dr. Arlene “Lu” Steinberg radiates excitement as she tours the new home of The Max and Celia Parnes Family Psychological and Psychoeducational Services Clinic on the campus of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the

FIRST Robotics Competition - Referees working with two young competitors

YU Engineering Club Referees Robotics Competition

New Student Club Promotes STEM Learning Among Children On Sunday, January 13, Aviva Shooman ’20S, who is currently majoring in the physical sciences and minoring in computer science, represented Yeshiva University’s new Engineering Club by serving as the head referee at the FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Lego League® Robotics competition

Azrieli PELE students in California

Azrieli Students Visit California Schools

A Three-Day Exploration of West Coast Progressive Schools From January 7-10, students from the Azrieli Graduate School of Education and Administration’s PELE program embarked on a three-day trip to California to learn more about progressive schooling models and about Jewish educational opportunities and experiences across the country. PELE (Progressive Educational Laboratory Experience) is a one-year