Nov 4, 2003 — In two town hall meetings on November 4 at the Midtown and Wilf campuses, President Richard M. Joel addressed faculty, students, administrators, and staff on an array of issues important to university life and the community at large. The sessions, the first of their kind for YU, underscored the president’s stated […]
The office of student aid is often the front line for students, parents, and management of a university. Robert Friedman, YU’s new director of student aid for Yeshiva College, Stern College for Women, Sy Syms School of Business, and Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, came on board in July. He was tapped by Dr. John Fisher, director of enrollment management, for his expertise in retooling studentaid operations.
A record 675 Yeshiva University students from across North America are departing for a year’s study in Israel, undeterred by recent tensions. From August 26 to September 9 students are leaving from metro area airports to participate in YU’s S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program, the largest American study abroad program in Israel.