Yeshiva University Inaugurates New YU Innovation Lab
Innovation hub for Israeli startups is poised to drive economic activity in the city and inspire students to new heights.
New Dean of Sy Syms School of Business Takes the Helm
Dr. Noam Wasserman comes on board and reflects on his first few weeks.
Help Wanted: Three Million Cybersecurity Experts
New Master of Science at the Katz School meets the growing demand for cybersecurity professionals.
YU’s 88th Commencement: Undergrad Valedictorians Announced
Nine students honored as undergraduate valedictorians at YU’s 88th Commencement on May 30.
Helping the World to Never Forget
MTA seniors capture survivors’ stories in Names, Not Numbers: A Movie in The Making.
Chidon Ha’Tanach and Yom Iyun Inspire Torah Learning
Students and parents came together at the National Finals of the acclaimed bible contest, hosted by YU.
Successful Giving Day for MTA and Central High Schools
A 24-hour fundraising blitz raises over $650,000.
Stern College for Women Recognizes Students and Faculty
Awards given to valedictorians, students and faculty in general and Jewish studies.
Annual Sy Syms Gala Award Dinner
Outstanding students honored. Michelle Clayman presented with Sy Syms Humanitarian Award.
Celebrating YU Athletes on and off the Field
Three hundred YU athletes and 15 varsity teams commemorated an amazing year at annual awards banquet.
Scholarship Recipients Give Thanks
Recognizing the Enduring Support of the Wilf Family
The annual luncheon with Wilf Scholarship recipients acknowledged the generosity of the Wilf family.
Seniors share memories and moments from their college career at annual dinner.
A Celebration of Jewish Scholarship
Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies awarded sixteen degrees and honored six faculty authors.
Hall of Fame 2.0
A toast to YU athletic champions of the past on Monday, June 3.
YUWO Holds Spring Luncheon and Benefit
Nechama Price, director of GPATS, will receive the Torah Leadership Award on Wednesday, June 12.
Yeshiva University Mourns the Passing of Leah Adler
She served as Head Librarian of Hebraica and Judaica at the Mendel Gottesman Library for over 30 years. Read more.
Dr. Herman Wouk was a Strong YU Advocate
The Pulitzer-Prize winning author and visiting YU professor inspired generations of students, faculty and alumni. Read more.
In the News
Anti-gun Activism Can be Therapeutic
Dr. Nancy Beckerman, professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, notes how physicians treating gunshot wounds are dealing with the trauma (Reuters).
Parnes Clinic Dedication
Yeshiva University inaugurates new state-of-the-art therapy facilities at the Ferkauf School of Psychology (Bronx Times).
Cardozo Profs Testify in Congress
Prof. Kate Shaw and Prof. Myriam Gilles spoke to the House Judiciary Committee, respectively, on “Executive Privilege and Congressional Oversight” and “Forced Arbitration and the Erosion of our Legal System.”
The Bones of Brisk
Rabbi Dr. Meir Soloveichik wrote about a trip to his family’s hometown, Brest, or Brest-Litovsk, also known as “Brisk” to Yiddish-speaking Jews (Commentary).
Yeshiva University Opens New Innovation Lab
YU opens a collaborative learning space for budding entrepreneurs (Jerusalem Post).