Yeshiva University President Richard M. Joel and Chancellor Norman Lamm joined leaders of the university’s Board of Trustees and Stern College for Women’s Board of Directors at an October 21 gala dinner at the Yeshiva University Museum to celebrate the opening of “Five Decades. One Dream,” a museum exhibit that traces Stern College’s history through photos and artifacts.
The Leonard and Bea Diener Institute of Jewish Law at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and the Rebecca Ivry Department of Jewish Studies at Stern College for Women will host an international conference, “Between Rashi and Maimonides: Themes in Medieval Jewish Law, Thought, and Culture,” November 21-23.
Students from the Wilf and Beren Campuses gathered Tuesday to hear a lecture by Richard J. Sheirer of Giuliani Partners LLC, former commissioner of the New York City Office of Emergency Management, in remembrance of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 .
Eager to begin her PhD in Near Eastern studies this fall at Princeton University, Bella Tendler hopes to create a mutual understanding between Jews and Muslims and open a dialogue that is not plagued by stereotypes.
A Feb. 12 concert featuring student musicians and bands will kick-off this year’s annual Yeshiva College/Stern College for Women Arts Festival, which showcases students’ talent during two weeks of shows and exhibits.
Middle East diplomacy in the wake of Saddam Hussein’s defeat and capture and the impact on Israeli-Arab relations will form the backdrop of a Feb. 29 discussion sponsored by Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women.
To honor faculty members who published works this year, Karen Bacon, PhD, the Monique C. Katz Dean of Stern College for Women, hosted the annual book party on Dec. 18 at the Jerome and Geraldine Schottenstein Residence Hall on the Beren campus.
Karen Bacon, PhD, dean of Stern College for Women, will receive the inaugural Presidential Medallion at the university’s 79th Annual Hanukkah Dinner and Convocation on Sunday, December 14, at The Waldorf=Astoria.
New York, NY, Nov 2, 2003 — In the fall of 1954, Stern College for Women welcomed 32 students at 245 Lexington Avenue, and four years later, these young women became the school’s first graduating class. Now, 50 years later, Stern College has evolved into the nation’s premier undergraduate school of arts and sciences for […]
The Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein and S. Daniel Abraham Honors Programs at Yeshiva College and Stern College for Women this summer had a global feel. In three innovative courses, undergraduate students left the Manhattan campuses for the piazzas and cobbled streets of Florence, the ancient Mayan dwellings, and one of the most advanced scientific laboratories in the world