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Students at Broadway play
February 13, 2024
The Fall semester brought highly engaging programming for students in the S. Daniel Abraham Honors Program at Stern College for Women. Dr. Cynthia Wachtell, director of the Program, selects and organizes events and speakers designed to broaden the Honors students’ horizons in diverse areas and ...
Ari Schulman
February 12, 2024
On February 4th, 2024, the Straus Center hosted Ari Schulman, editor of The New Atlantis, for a wide-ranging conversation about his career in journalism and his philosophical perspectives on artificial intelligence technology.
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February 9, 2024
Monthly Newsletter from the Yeshiva University Office of Alumni Affairs
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February 9, 2024
For Modern Orthodox Jews, navigating finances in your 20s can be intimidating.
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February 8, 2024
Dr. Waldman-Levi and Dr. Anita Bundy will use their PC-SCP guide in two upcoming AOTA workshops on “Assessing the Co-Occupation of Joint Play.” Both will focus on how clinicians can assess the shared involvement and engagement of parents and children in joint play.
February 8, 2024
By Dr. Ronnie Perelis Maimonides: Now and Then , a symposium organized by the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies and YU Museum, brought a packed house to the Center for Jewish History on Sunday December 17, 2023, to explore the complexity and brilliance of Maimonides life and legacy ...
EL AL passengers now have access in-flight to YUTorah audio recordings
February 6, 2024
YUTorah offered for in-flight use for first time since 2003 launch NEW YORK – February 1, 2024 - Yeshiva University, the flagship Jewish university, is bringing Torah to passengers of EL AL, the Israeli National Airline. Recently launched in early 2024, travelers currently have the opportunity to…
The two new master's programs in computer science will train the next generation of tech innovators
February 6, 2024
The Katz School of Science and Health is launching two new master’s programs in computer science for the next generation of tech innovators. The Agile M.S. in Computer Science is for students who want to break into the tech field, but do not have an undergraduate degree in computer science; the M.S…
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February 1, 2024
Dr. Amiya Waldman-Levi, director of scholarship and research in the Katz School’s Occupational Therapy Doctorate, found that fathers play like their child’s play partner, sometimes acting silly or mischievous to make play more fun.

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