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Dr. Michelle Levine, Associate Professor of Bible at YU’s Stern College for Women
Dr. Michelle Levine, Associate Professor of Bible at YU’s Stern College for Women, is a leading scholar on the biblical commentary of Nachmanides, the foremost thirteenth century Spanish exegete. Levine’s scholarship focuses on Nachmanides’ interpretation of biblical narrative and song. She has ...
Yeshiva University is pleased to announce the appointment of these distinguished individuals to the Board of Overseers for two of its undergraduate schools. The new appointees for Stern College for Women are Doba Isaacs (Chair), Dr. Annie Baron, Dr. Robyn Horowitz Grossman and Saritte Silvera. The…
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Their proposal, “A Data-Driven Approach to Urban Mobility,” leverages advancements in artificial intelligence, data analytics and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to revitalize the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA).
The Central team makes their winning pitch to the panel of judges. The team members are from left Camryn Brunner, Sarah Galanti, Maya Goykadosh, Ma’ayan Kotkin, Emily Segall, and Hudis Schnur
First Ever High School Team to Win Prestigious YU Business Competition YU’s Innovation Challenge has always been about pioneering new territory in business. Now add the youngest team ever to win the competition to that list of pioneering firsts. The team from Yeshiva University High School for…
This past semester brought fascinating speakers and innovative programming for students of the S. Daniel Abraham Honors Program at Stern College for Women. Each semester, Dr. Cynthia Wachtell, director of the program, organizes events designed to help the students develop skills that will help them…
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On May 5, the Parnes Clinic at Yeshiva University welcomed 60 migrant and asylum-seeking teenagers to its first Bronx Community Resources Event. Local organizations, such as Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield and the Center for Family Life, were on hand to help attendees access key services ranging from…
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Dr. Rinu Abraham, a recent graduate of the Katz School’s Occupational Therapy Doctorate, was the corresponding author of a study that found a negative correlation between manual dexterity and cognitive function in individuals with Multiple Sclerosis.
Rabbi Dr. Ari Berman, president of Yeshiva University, (left) and Dr. Herbert Dobrinksy
Yeshiva University celebrates Dr. Herbert Dobrinsky’s six decades of impact In the corridors of academia, where the impact of philanthropy enables the pursuit of knowledge, there exists a figure whose name is synonymous with translating values into action. For 60 years, Dr. Herbert C. Dobrinsky ...
Zahava and Moshael Straus Center for Torah and Western Thought summer seminar in England
From June 2nd to June 6th, 2024, the Straus Scholars of the Zahava and Moshael Straus Center for Torah and Western Thought participated in a summer seminar in England. The program featured leading diplomats, writers, academics, and Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis. The first session was a lecture by the…

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