Dr. Ari Berman, President of Yeshiva University, Speaks at a Day Dedicated to Torah Study
Yeshiva University to Create The Emil A. and Jenny Fish Holocaust and Genocide Studies Center
Bari Weiss and Sivan Rahav-Meir Fight the Good Fight Against Anti-Semitism
Dr. Danielle Wozniak and Rabbi Elazar Meisels Celebrate 45 Wurzweiler/Sara Schenirer MSW Graduates
Join the YU Community from September 18 to September 19 to Raise $5 Million for Scholarships
Highlights on Campus
It was all orientation all day long on the YU campuses. We have the pictures to prove it.
New York State Senator Anna M. Kaplan ’90C spoke to the incoming JD class of 2022 at Cardozo Law School.
MTA and Central held their orientations, celebrating the start of a new academic year.
Kwame Anthony Appiah (second from left) spoke about “How to Manage Our Multiple Identities.”
Shabbat on Campus events got off to a dynamic start with friends, great food and inspirational shiurim.
One hundred and fifty students met up with 20 employers at the Fall 2019 Finance, Fintech & Accounting Fair.
YU Athletics intramural director Stan Watson retires after 33 years of storied service.
The Yeshiva University Chinese Student Union organized a celebration of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival.
Faculty News of Note
Dr. Dara Horn, the prize-winning author, will teach a course this semester as a visiting professor about divine justice and human creativity.
Dr. Ari Bergmann, founder & managing principal of Penso Advisors, LLC, will teach a course as a visiting professor combining the Talmud and finance.
After 20 years at YU, Dr. Morton Lowengrub, the beloved administrator, teacher and mathematician, has retired to pursue the delights of higher math.
Four Yeshiva College computer science instructors toured Facebook and emerged with valuable recruiting tips for YU grads.
Dr. Ari Berman, President of Yeshiva University, led an impressive team of YU faculty at Herzog College’s Yemei Iyun B’Tanakh [Bible study days].
Seven promotions (including two for tenure) and 22 new faculty members promise an exciting new academic year for YU students.
A full stack software developer for Nefesh B’Nefesh, Shayna (Michaels) Fishman ’18S also teaches Haredi women to code in multiple languages.
Hundreds of YU students engaged in summer internships, including doing research, working with judges and mentoring children with special abilities.
YU in the News
Ari Lamm, senior adviser to the president of Yeshiva University, offers “A Hebrew biblical guide to the Democratic presidential debate” (Jerusalem Post).
Billboard named Cardozo School of Law one of the top law schools in the country for training lawyers in the music industry.
Dr. Greta Doctoroff, a licensed psychologist and associate professor of psychology at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, has seven tips for how parents should engage with their children around homework (Wall Street Journal).
David Schwed, director of the cybersecurity program at the Katz School of Science and Health, was interviewed about blockchain on Task Force 7 Radio and Block TV. He will also speak about the topic at Vegas Blockchain Week in October.