Dr. Victor Schwartz, Yeshiva University Dean of Students and a national authority on mental health, depression, and suicide prevention on college campuses, shared his expertise on the syndicated Radio Health Journal program Screening College Students for Mental Health Red Flags, which was broadcast May 25 to more than 400 stations across the country.
Marc Milstein has been appointed vice president, information technology and chief information officer at Yeshiva University.
For those attending Orientation 2006, August 20-22, summer may be over, but the excitement of a new adventure has just begun as hundreds of new undergraduate students arrived at the Wilf and Beren campuses.
In a town hall forum initiated at YU by President Richard M. Joel, he updated students, faculty, administrators, and staff on campus improvements and an array of issues important to university life during meetings at the Beren and Wilf campuses. The gatherings, Sept. 21 and Sept. 22 respectively, are part of an effort to promote a university environment that is open, direct, and evolving.
Following a hectic and exhilarating week of orientation, registration and acclimating to college life, students will have an opportunity to spend a rewarding and inspiring Shabbat on campus. Orientation Shabbat is sponsored by the Shabbat Enhancement Program of the Office of Student Affairs.
While New York City prepared for a national political convention, excitement of another sort was taking place on Yeshiva University’s Beren Campus in Murray Hill and its Wilf Campus in Washington Heights.
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It is anticipated that traffic conditions will be heavy during the republican national convention Sunday, august 29th through Thursday, September 2nd.
President Richard M. Joel will hold two Town Hall meetings, one on the Israel Henry Beren Campus and another on the Wilf Campus on Feb. 4 and 5, respectively.