Today we celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and reflect on his legacy which stands as an inspiration for our entire university. In his spirit of seeking a more just and upright society, we educate our students to lead lives of contribution so that all will benefit from their knowledge and leadership.
By Dave DeFusco A recently published chapter on Abuse and Violence Prevention by Thomas Balga, clinical assistant professor in the Katz School’s M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies, offers clinicians a guide for the comprehensive and compassionate care of the 3 million children who are victims of abuse each year. The federal Centers for Disease Control […]
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks lived a life surrounded by books, those he read and those he wrote. In this spirit, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks-Herenstein Center for Values and Leadership of Yeshiva University announces its call for submissions for the second annual Rabbi Sacks Book Prize 2023, generously funded by the Rohr family. “We hope that, in reflecting Rabbi Sacks’ legacy, […]
Mindfulness-based therapy consisting of meditation training and mindfulness exercises can provide significant relief for people suffering from migraine disease, according to a recent clinical trial conducted by Dr. Elizabeth Seng, associate professor of psychology at Yeshiva University’s Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. For her work on the study, Dr. Seng was honored by the American […]