Fulbright winner gives a lively account of her time in India
Director of Yeshiva College Writing Program Will Teach Writing and Conduct Research in Kolkata, India
Yeshiva University brought the public health systems of India and the United States closer together in September 2007 when President Richard M. Joel signed a memo of understanding with his counterpart from the Public Health Foundation of India. Now the two have joined forces with Haifa University in Israel to collaborate on research and educational opportunities for faculty and students at all three institutions.
Yeshiva University (YU) will be presenting a conference, Israel and India: A Relationship Comes of Age on March 30-31 in New York City. In light of the recent tragedies in Mumbai, the conference will be dedicated to the memories of those who lost their lives in the attacks. The conference is a project of YU’s Center for Israel Studies (CIS) and The Institute for Public Health Sciences (IPHS) and will celebrate a year of exploration of the many facets in the relationship between Israel and India.
Yeshiva University brought the public health systems of India and the United States closer together last week when President Richard M. Joel signed a historic memo of understanding with his counterpart from the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) at a conference, “Diversity and Disparity in Health,” sponsored by YU’s Institute of Public Health Sciences.
The Center for the Jewish Future (CJF) at Yeshiva University (YU), in partnership with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), located a Torah for a flood-ravaged synagogue in Panvel, India, just in time for Rosh Hashanah in October.