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Ferkauf Wins Innovative Training Award

Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology’s Older Adult Program Recognized by Council of Professional Geropsychology Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology’s Older Adult Program has received the 2014 Innovative Training Award from the Council of Professional Geropsychology Training Programs. The national award, created in 2011, is given to one program each year that demonstrates excellence and creativity in

YU Alumnus Awarded Pomegranate Prize

Rabbi Yigal Sklarin ’02YC, ’07R, ’11BR Wins Prestigious Prize for Leading Jewish Educators Yeshiva University alumnus Rabbi Yigal Sklarin ’02YC, ’07R, ’11BR was recently awarded the prestigious Pomegranate Prize from the Covenant Foundation, which recognizes five passionate and talented emerging leaders in Jewish education who have been working in the field for 10 years or less.

YU Apps Win Design Awards

 “Cardozo Life” and “This is Yeshiva University” Apps Receive Recognition in UCDA Design Competition Two apps designed by Yeshiva University’s Office of Communications and Public Affairs (CPA), “This is Yeshiva University” and “Cardozo Life,” have won highly competitive awards from the University & College Designers Association (UCDA), the nation’s first and only association for professionals

YU Post-Doc Wins Scholar-in-Training Award

Dr. Anya Alayev Recognized by the American Association of Cancer Research; Will Present Research at Upcoming Conference The American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) has selected Dr. Anya Alayev to receive the AACR-Aflac Incorporated Scholar-in-Training Award. The award will support her attendance and presentation of a poster of her work at the “Targeting the PI3K-mTOR Network in

YUHSG Senior Wins First Place at New York State Science and Engineering Fair

Michal Leibowitz Captures Top Prize for Project on Bedbugs Michal Leibowitz of White Plains, a senior at Samuel H. Wang Yeshiva University High School for Girls (YUHSG) won first place at the New York State Science and Engineering Fair for her project, “Engineering A Novel Cimex Lectularius (bedbug!) Trapping Mechanism Utilizing Electrospun Recycled Polymers,” which

Yeshiva University Student Selected for Competitive Nonprofit Training Fellowship

Jonah Wilkof Chosen for 2Seeds Training in Tanzania, Africa Graduating Yeshiva University senior Jonah Wilkof, of Beachwood, Ohio, has been selected for a highly competitive nonprofit training position with The 2Seeds Network, a nonprofit organization that incubates small, efficient and effective agricultural development projects in Africa.