Yeshiva University will honor Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks as the inaugural recipient of the Norman Lamm Prize, March 16-21.
Yeshiva University (YU) will hold its first-ever Undergraduate Dinner on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 at Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers in New York City. The dinner will celebrate the achievements of YU’s three undergraduate schools, Yeshiva College, Stern College for Women and Sy Syms School of Business and will honor distinguished Board members Benjamin S. Chouake, MD, Suzanne and Miles Berger and Philip Friedman.
The group of 10 Yeshiva University High School for Boys/Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy (YUHSB) students knew things would be very different as soon as they arrived at Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport.
While the current harsh economic conditions have led to a bleak employment market, there are industries and professions that have job openings, including those in the Jewish communal and educational fields. For all those aspiring to such careers, the Yeshiva University Center for the Jewish Future is holding its inaugural Jewish Job Fair this Thursday, February 26 at 6 p.m. at YU’s Wilf Campus at 500 West 185th Street.
Yeshiva University has been selected to receive the inaugural Skyline Conference Sportsmanship Trophy after displaying outstanding team sportsmanship during the 2007-08 academic year. The conference instituted the trophy to gauge team sportsmanship among its member schools.
Scholars from around the world from institutions as varied as Yeshiva University, the University of Notre Dame, Bar-Ilan University, and Pennsylvania State University examined and debated the small hill in Jerusalem that stands, at once, as the epicenter of Jewish and Christian spirituality and of the contemporary Israel-Palestinian conflict during a two-day conference in May at Yeshiva University in New York.
Concert to Feature World Premiere of David Glaser’s /Kinesis/ and Momenta Quartet’s Performance of Works by Renowned Jewish Composers
The first issue of Images: A Journal of Jewish Art and Visual Culture—edited by Steven Fine, PhD, professor of Jewish history at Yeshiva University and director of the Center for Israel Studies, Vivian B. Mann, and Margaret Olin—is now available. Published by E. J. Brill, it is the first journal of Jewish art published in the United States.
Mr. Chairman, Mr. Chancellor, Mr. Mayor, Mr. Ambassador, members of the boards, roshei yeshiva, members of the faculty, students, alumni, presidents and delegates of universities, family and friends. I want to thank Michael Jesselson, Dean Efrem Nulman, the Investiture Committee, and so many extraordinary members of the Yeshiva University family for creating this wonderful celebration.