The 2004 Yeshiva College Scholarship Dinner will honor four distinguished alumni of the college and will launch the celebration of YC’s 75th Anniversary.
Yeshiva College is sponsoring a series of readings from three authors on April 21, April 28, and May 5.
Four scholars will examine the Vietnam War’s lasting effect on American culture and history, US-Asia relations, and this year’s presidential election at a symposium, “The Vietnam War in Perspective,” at Yeshiva University on Thursday, April 22. The 8:15 pm program will take place on the university’s Wilf Campus, Furst Hall, Room 535, 500 West 185th Street, Manhattan.
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.
Yeshiva University sophomore Alex Kushnir participated in a major conference of leading scientists and doctors in October in Eilat, Israel, of the International Academic Friends of Israel (IAFI). Co-sponsoring the conference, “Frontiers of Cardiovascular Science,” were Columbia University, The Cardiovascular Foundation, and the Israel Atherosclerosis Society.
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