The terrible tragedy and trauma of the Turkish-Syrian earthquake is impacting children in our schools and communities. Whether distressed because they have family members impacted, or by the images and news that portray tragedy of unimaginable proportions, children may be experiencing increased anxiety. As educators and parents may be called on to explain and reassure, […]
Fathers, grandfathers, and sons came together to experience the energy of the Yeshiva’s batei midrash and encourage torah study between family members.
Thirty SDA students participated in one of the world’s premier events in the tech and venture capital industries
Yeshiva University is offering year round educational and networking events to celebrate the 36th anniversary of the Sy Syms School of Business.
The YU Innovation Lab and Shevet Glaubach Center for Career Strategy and Professional Development recently hosted the second installment of YU’s Innovation Challenge, attracting a turnout of around 40 participants. The competition fosters an entrepreneurial environment and provides students with hands-on coaching to bring their innovative ideas to life.
Clinic Will Provide Invaluable Care for Patients, Promote Understanding of NVLD Non-Verbal Learning Disorder (NVLD) is a neurological condition that causes cognitive challenges, visual-spatial struggles, motor-skill deficits and difficulty comprehending non-verbal information such as body language and facial expressions. People with NVLD are often marginalized and isolated; consequently, they can experience social barriers throughout their lives. […]
Utilizing real-life diplomacy and debating skills and advocating passionately for the interests of their assigned countries, budding statesmen and stateswomen gathered for the 33rd annual Yeshiva University National Model United Nations (YUNMUN) on February 5-7.