Tag Archives: Jewish

Legal Theory and Jewish Studies Scholars to Participate in Workshop Series at Cardozo School of Law

Cardozo’s Program in Jewish Law & Interdisciplinary Studies, will be holding several workshops to encourage a cross-disciplinary conversation on the study of Jewish law. Each session will feature the presentation of a paper from either a legal or Jewish studies expert, with a response from experts in one or the other field.

Yeshiva University-Sponsored Seminar for Jewish Day School Teachers June 29

Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration of Yeshiva University (YU) will present a one-day seminar for high school teachers affiliated with the Association of Modern Orthodox Day Schools (AMODS), a YU-sponsored network of Jewish day schools and yeshivas. The seminar will take place Wed., June 29 at the Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto (CHAT).

Teens Discuss Balancing World Humanitarian and Jewish Communal Responsibilities at YU Leadership Conference

Yeshiva high school students from around the United States gathered March 13-15 in Houston, TX, for “If We are for Ourselves, Who are We?”, a student leadership development conference. One in a series sponsored by Eimatai, an initiative of Yeshiva University (YU), it addressed balancing responsibilities related to world humanitarian issues and Jewish communal needs.

YU Initiates QUEST Program to Train College Students in Informal Jewish Education

On February 2, Yeshiva University (YU) launched Quality Education Skills Training (QUEST), a six-week lecture series that prepares YU undergraduate and graduate students to develop and implement programming at local yeshiva high schools that addresses issues of concern to today’s Jewish teens. The winter 2005 agenda will focus on cigarette smoking, drugs and alcohol, cheating, and gambling. The opening lecture featured writer and TV producer Michael Borkow, who delivered the keynote address.

Teens to Explore American Jewish Identity at Eimatai Conference

Students from yeshiva high schools around the United States will gather in Cleveland, TX, approximately 60 miles north of Houston, March 13 – 15 to explore American Jewish identity. Following student-led presentations and panel discussions on the challenges, conflicts and implications of being both American and Jewish, attendees will hear from Ben Fine, a student at Yavneh Academy of Dallas and founder and president of Students Against Terrorism (S.A.T.), on “Effective Student Leadership from Overseas.”