Fred Sugarman of Riverdale Appointed Assistant Dean of Yeshiva University’s Yeshiva College

Oct 28, 2004 — Fred Sugarman, PhD, of Riverdale was appointed assistant dean of Yeshiva University’s Yeshiva College (YC) at the beginning of the fall 2004 semester.

“I am delighted to have Dr. Sugarman as a colleague, where he will work closely with faculty, students, and administration in supporting the mission of Yeshiva University,” said YC Dean Norman Adler.

As assistant dean, Dr. Sugarman is responsible for establishing dialogue between the Dean’s Office and YC faculty and students.

Dr. Sugarman holds a PhD in 19th-century American literature from Columbia University and has taught at Bar-Ilan University, Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA, and Lehman College.

He has worked in health management for 15 years as a senior administrator, supervising ambulatory care. Most recently, he was practice executive at Mercy OB/GYN PC in the Bronx, where he managed a 12-physician practice.

Dr. Sugarman is active in Jewish communal life as a vice president of the
Riverdale Jewish Center and president of the Hebrew Free Burial Society.

He and his wife, Dr. Betty Sugarman, a 1970 alumna of Yeshiva University High School for Girls, have three children: Avigail, David, and Eliana.

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