All-Star Panel Discusses Emerging Real Estate Trends in the Borough On July 25, the Yeshiva University Real Estate Executive Circle, a membership-based organization that brings together real estate professionals who share a common interest in supporting YU and its values, held a panel discussion on emerging real estate trends in the borough of Brooklyn. The […]
A graduate of Yeshiva University’s (YU) Stern College for Women (SCW), Lea Aizenman (née New) has been selected to receive the prestigious Wexner Foundation Graduate Study Fellowship this year. The fellowship program is open to aspiring Jewish leaders pursuing careers in Jewish education, the rabbinate, cantorate, and Jewish professional leadership. The Wexner Foundation introduced the program in 1988 to encourage the development of promising leaders in the North American Jewish community through graduate training, professional mentoring and specialized programming.
Ariella Zoltan, a political science major at Yeshiva University’s (YU) Stern College for Women (SCW), is one of four scholars chosen as a 2008 winner of the first annual Henry Kressel Research Scholarship, established to perpetuate YU’s student research community. The scholarship seeks to embody the commitment to intellectual rigor, creativity and pursuit of knowledge that defines Yeshiva University.
A group of 13 Yeshiva University (YU) graduates from the class of 2008 enjoyed their studies so much that they will stay on for a year after graduation, serving as Presidential Fellows. The prestigious group includes Lea New of Brooklyn, NY.
For nearly four decades Rabbi Franklin “Fischel” Engelberg has been an educator in both Judaic and general studies. Today, as principal of Yeshiva Toras Emes Kamenitz in Brooklyn, NY, Engelberg oversees students in pre-K through high school. He previously served as principal of the Mirrer Yeshiva high school and is an adjunct professor at Touro College.
Rabbi Eliahu Baruch Shulman of Brooklyn, bochen (examiner) and rosh yeshiva (professor of Talmud) at Yeshiva University’s affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS), has been named a maggid shiur in the Yeshiva Program/Mazer School of Talmudic Studies (MYP) at Yeshiva University (YU). His new responsibilities are in addition to the position of bochen he has held with distinction since 1992.