Bat-Sheva Maslow’s graduation from Albert Einstein College of Medicine represents not only the end of her formal medical education, but the conclusion of four turbulent years of complex choices and unexpected rewards. The 27-year-old’s extraordinary, against-all-odds story highlights her tenacity, perseverance and focus during difficult times.
For Aaron Koller ’99Y, ’00BR, a PhD graduate from Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies, there is no substitution for reading a work in its original language—even if it is an ancient Semitic language such as Akkadian or Egyptian hieroglyphs.
Jeremy Antar had a job in advertising sales at AOL Media Networks in New York City, but left after one year to become a social worker.
The AVI CHAI Foundation has given a grant to fund Religious Understanding in Adolescent Children (RUACH), a new project of the Institute for University-School Partnership at Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration. The two-year collaborative initiative between the Institute and eight Jewish day schools will explore creative means of promoting growth in students’ relationships with God and their religious actions and beliefs.
While many science students choose to pursue a more conventional career path, recent Stern College for Women (SCW) graduate Leah Kanner is opting to fulfill her true calling – physics. As a math major and member of the S. Daniel Abraham Honors Program, Kanner is somewhat of a pioneer – she was one of only three graduates completing SCW’s first full cycle of physics as a major.
New York, NY September 5, 2007 – Ariella Nadler of Toronto is one of nine graduates of Yeshiva University’s (YU) Stern College for Women (SCW) who will not have to contend with the financial burdens of medical school education, thanks to the generosity of a woman she will never meet.
Helen Nissim of Los Angeles is one of nine graduates of Yeshiva University’s (YU) Stern College for Women (SCW) who will not have to contend with the financial burdens of medical school education, thanks to the generosity of a woman she will never meet.
Eight professors will join a growing roster of distinguished scholars at Yeshiva University (YU) this fall – four as senior members of the undergraduate faculty, and four as members of the graduate faculty. The new appointments are part of an ongoing plan to increase the number of tenured scholars at YU’s undergraduate colleges.
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.