Yeshiva University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine has received a major gift of $25 million — one of the largest in the college’s 53-year history — from Ruth L. and David S. Gottesman.
Na’ama Nadel raises two toddlers, teaches full-time, is finishing a master’s degree, and pursues an interest in art. This would be enough for any one woman to juggle, but Nadel is also a rebbitzin, the wife of Rabbi Seth Nadel of Young Israel of West Hartford, CT.
More than 40 rabbis from the United States and Canada will gather in Teaneck, NJ, under the auspices of Yeshiva University (YU) Sept. 12-14. The two-and-a half day event, called a yarchei kallah and facilitated by Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter, senior scholar of the Center for the Jewish Future (CJF), will offer spiritual leaders in the Modern Orthodox community opportunities for study, sharing, and growth related to the many facets of rabbinic, congregational, and community life.