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What “Made in America” Means in a Global Economy

What “Made in America” Means in a Global Economy

YU Wall Street Group Explores the Manufacturing Sector in the US Economy On Monday, June 19, the YU Wall Street Group hosted a panel discussion titled, “The Promise of ‘Made in America,’” concerning the role of manufacturing in the American economy. The event took place at Hodgson Russ LLP and was organized by the Office of

Thinking Outside the Box

Innovation and Transformation at the Heart of Yosef Levine ’94YUHSB ’99SB’s Work Yosef Levine’s mantra may not be Silicon Valley’s “move fast and break things,” but he loves the creative disruption that comes from using technological advancements to improve current practices. “It’s in my DNA,” he said, and it shows in his work at Deloitte, which

A Fashionable Choice

Stern College for Women Joins YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund Community Stern College for Women has recently become a participating school in the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund (FSF) Community, a national nonprofit association dedicated to promoting education of the fashion arts and business through internships, networking events, scholarships and mentorship opportunities. The move will connect Stern

Connecting Students to Careers

From Counseling and Career Planning to Networking and Job Placement, Career Center Offers Students Keys to Success As new students begin their journeys at Yeshiva University, one of the first places they often visit on campus is the Career Center, which offers a multitude of resources from career planning, resume building and interview coaching to

Rabbis Wives Gather for Mentoring, Networking, and Training at Third Annual Rebbetzins’ Yarchei Kallah

Na’ama Nadel raises two toddlers, teaches full-time, is finishing a master’s degree, and pursues an interest in art. This would be enough for any one woman to juggle, but Nadel is also a rebbitzin, the wife of Rabbi Seth Nadel of Young Israel of West Hartford, CT.

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