Skip to search

YU News

YU News

Recent News

Researchers have developed a series of algorithms using Siamese networks, a type of artificial intelligence, to better identify and track the body movements of stroke patients in order to assist in patient treatment and recovery.
In the digital age, the educational landscape of Singapore continues to evolve, emphasizing the importance of adapting to technological trends. One such phenomenon gaining traction is the integration of cryptocurrency, particularly in sectors like online gambling. Here, we delve into how education…
At the end of his clinical rotation, Anthony Pagan was asked by the chief attending physician at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital what he wanted to do after graduation. When he said emergency medicine, he was offered a job on the spot. He started in June.
 Wurweiler PhD candidate Justyna Rzewinski, LCSW,
Wurzweiler PhD candidate Justyna Rzewinski, LCSW, is schedule to present via NASW-NYS Beyond The Case Files: Service Providers Educating Justice Impacted Individuals On Their Right To Vote on September 19th, 2024. The workshop will delve into the historical context of voting rights, explore its ...
Mary Beth Quaranta Morrissey, PhD, JD, MPH, Associate Professor and Director of the PhD Program
On June 1st, 2024, Mary Beth Quaranta Morrissey, PhD, JD, MPH, assumed the role of Chair of the New York State Bar Association Health Law Section. The Health Law Section comprises over 900 New York State attorneys who are engaged in the practice of health law across the state. Dr. Morrissey moves…
Multifaith alliance of global religious and technology leaders signals commitment to a human dignity-centered future New York and Hiroshima – July 8, 2024 – Yeshiva University, the nation’s flagship Jewish University, today announced that its President, Rabbi Dr. Ari Berman, will attend by ...
Rabbi Soloveichik giving a tour of the MET Museum
The Straus Center hosted summer seminars for high schoolers on Torah and Western Thought, featuring lectures, discussions, and cultural explorations in New York City.
Pictured: the Jerusalem Synagogue in Prague
At the Association for Israel Studies conference in Prague, Dr. Neil Rogachevsky presented on the Herut Party debates following the founding of the state of Israel. ​​
The method, called ViTVS, uses an image processing technology to divide audio signals into distinct parts, or segments, for isolating clean bird sounds from a noisy background.
Objects from interstellar space, such as rogue planets and asteroids, can become permanently trapped in the Sun’s orbit as a result of the combined gravitational effects of the Sun and the entire Milky Way galaxy, according to a study.

Seen Around Campus

Skip past mobile menu to footer