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A Champion of Genetic Screening

As Co-Founder of JScreen, Caroline Gold ’92S Promotes Healthy Jewish Families Caroline (Katz) Gold ’92S came to Stern College for Women in 1988, where she found a community as warm and friendly as the sunny climate of her native Atlanta, Georgia. “Coming from Atlanta without relatives nearby,” she recalled, “the families of my friends became my

Exploring New Frontiers in Psychology

Students Present Psychology Research to Peers and Professors at Poster Session At a poster session held in Belfer Hall last week, Yeshiva College students shared the results of experimental psychology studies they had designed and conducted with their professors and fellow students. “Students teamed up to conduct an actual experiment, collect and analyze human data,

Yeshiva College Senior Awarded PSI CHI Grant

Joshua Nagel Receives Undergraduate Research Grant from Psychology Honor Society Joshua Nagel, a senior at Yeshiva College from Los Angeles, California, majoring in psychology and minoring in English, has been awarded an undergraduate research grant from Psi Chi, an international psychology honor society. The highly-selective award of $1,500 will fund a study that supports Nagel’s

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