A select group of 23 Yeshiva University undergraduate students are participating in a leadership mission intended to provide students with the skills and information to run Israel educational and social action programs in high schools and communities upon their return to the United States.
The Graduate Program in Advanced Talmudic Studies (GPATS) at Stern College for Women will expand this fall to offer an intensive two-year senior fellowship to two program graduates. It will be the first program of its kind in the United States.
The Association of Modern Orthodox Day Schools and Yeshiva High Schools (AMODS), together with the Western Wall Heritage Foundation, are sponsoring a special interactive Yom Yerushalayim program for AMODS’ Global Learning Initiative (GLI) schools.
Yeshiva University will offer a Yeshiva Honors Program through its undergraduate Mazer Yeshiva Program and the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary beginning in the 2006-2007 academic year that administrators hope will continue to invigorate Torah learning at YU.
More then 300 students from both Yeshiva University undergraduate campuses spent Shabbat on the Beren campus with adults from the Rayim division of YACHAD, a group for developmentally disabled Jews.
Feb 13, 2006 — Rabbis’ wives are facing an increasingly complex series of opportunities and challenges in the 21st century. While some are happy and content in the traditional role of “rebbetzin,” helping their husbands lead and minister to their communities, many others are seeking their own personal and professional identities and are striving to […]
As Israel filled up with visitors for the holiday of Succot, Yeshiva University’s Israel campus prepared an exciting program of events for its students, alumni and friends under the banner V’Samachta B’Chagecha.
Tzelem, a nonprofit organization addressing issues of sexuality in the Orthodox community, is the inaugural undertaking of the Incubator Project, created by Yeshiva University’s (YU) 2004-2005 Presidential Fellows.
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.
Through a partnership announced recently between Stern College for Women and New York University’s Sackler Institute, Stern students will receive opportunities to conduct research at NYU Medical Center.