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Sy Syms School of Business Gala Awards Dinner

Sy Syms School of Business Gala Awards Dinner

Philanthropist and Investor Michael Steinhardt to Receive Sy Syms Humanitarian Award Michael H. Steinhardt will be presented with the Sy Syms Humanitarian Award, in recognition of his philanthropic efforts in support of Jewish life at the Sy Syms School of Business annual Gala Awards Dinner on May 11. The formal dinner and reception will be held at

Guiding Innovation for the Israeli Air Force

Sy Syms Alumnus Ilan Regenbaum ’14SB Develops Creative Solutions to Tricky Problems By any measure, Ilan Regenbaum ’14SB has one of the world’s most interesting jobs: he is the deputy commander of the Israeli Air Force’s Innovation Department, a position he assumed after making aliya to Israel in 2014 with Nefesh b’Nefesh. “I assumed that I would

Searching For Cures

Shuli Kulak Investigates Tomorrow’s Therapies Today  Dr. Shuli (Roditi) Kulak’s ’05S, ’12E, ’17SB passion for science was discovered at a young age. “I found that I liked studying biology. As a kid, I’d read biology textbooks and go through the questions for fun,” she said with a laugh. After spending her freshman year at the

The Business of Giving Back

Jeremy Renna ’97SB Helps Students Navigate the World of Business Jeremy Renna ’97SB came to Yeshiva University from Colts Neck, New Jersey.  He initially leaned toward going to Rutgers, but his family’s YU ties won out: his mother had graduated from Stern College for Women in 1964 in biology (Dr. Karen Bacon was her lab partner)

Building Business Savvy

MTA LEAD Gives Teenage Entrepreneurs a Head Start MTA LEAD (Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Advisement and Development) is a unique program designed to provide Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy/Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) students with lasting business and communal leadership skills through both high school and University-level leadership training. Intended for students interested in creating new

In Tough Times, Keeping the Faith Alive

Meet the Muskmakh: Rabbi Tsvi Selengut Works to Rebuild Shul and Community Struck by Hurricane Sandy Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) and the Yeshiva University community will celebrate the ordination of its largest class of musmakhim [ordained rabbis] at its Chag HaSemikhah Convocation on March 23, 2014. The record class of rabbis represents an internationally diverse group, hailing from

Tenure Awarded to 20 Faculty Members

Distinguished Faculty from Across University Granted Tenure