Three outstanding Yeshiva University students—Michael Cinnamon, Michael Emerson and Avi Miller—have been awarded the coveted Wexner Foundation Graduate Study Fellowship for the 2010-11 academic year. The fellowships, launched by The Wexner Foundation in 1988, are bestowed upon 20 candidates interested in pursuing graduate training for careers in the cantorate, Jewish education, Jewish professional leadership and the rabbinate.
Four Yeshiva University graduates are among the 20 people selected this fall for the prestigious Wexner Graduate Fellowship Program. The fellowship is open to aspiring Jewish leaders who seek to prepare themselves through graduate training for careers in the cantorate, Jewish education, Jewish professional leadership, Jewish studies, and the rabbinate.
Moshe Goldfeder, Sharon Weiss, Avi Narrow-Tilonsky, and Eitan Ben-David have been awarded Wexner Foundation Graduate Study Fellowships.
Three YU alumni are among the 20 outstanding young graduates chosen this year for Wexner Foundation Grauate Study Fellowships.
Four Yeshiva University students have been awarded Wexner Graduate Fellowships for Fall 2006. The prestigious fellowship provides $20,000 a year for up to three years of graduate training.
Just ahead of commencement 2004, a graduating Yeshiva College senior has learned he is the recipient of a fellowship awarded by the Department of Defense. Another YC student, a junior, has received a scholarship for study during the 2004-05 academic year.
Yeshiva University President Richard M. Joel used his second series of Town Hall meetings to advance his ideas for Graduate Leadership Fellowships and enhanced Israel study, as well as a thorough review of capital projects and academic needs.