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Dr. Rebecca Cypess, the new dean of Yeshiva College and Stern College for Women
Following a competitive national search, Yeshiva University has appointed Rebecca Cypess, PhD, the new dean of Yeshiva College and Stern College for Women. An accomplished and visionary educational leader, Dr. Cypess is currently the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Mason Gross School of the…
The YU Innovation Lab, Sy Syms School of Business and the Shevet Glaubach Center for Career Strategy and Professional Development launched the third annual Innovation Challenge pitch competition
Competitors Now Hone Their Startup Ideas for Final Pitch Night on May 8 The YU Innovation Lab, Sy Syms School of Business and the Shevet Glaubach Center for Career Strategy and Professional Development launched the third annual Innovation Challenge pitch competition that empowers students to bring…
Professor Zimmerman recently had his book on Polish Statesman Józef Pilsudski translated into standard Mandarin Chinese.
Professor Joshua Zimmerman, YU’s Eli and Diana Zborowski Chair in Holocaust Studies and East European Jewish History, recently had his book, Józef Pilsudski: Founding Father of Modern Poland, translated into standard Mandarin Chinese. Readers in Taiwan can now enjoy the book, which has become the…
Includes Newly Launched Study in Israel Program YU is Creating New Faculty Positions to Accommodate Growth; in Active Discussions with Professors who Seek to be Part of an institution Whose Core Values Align with their Own April 25, 2024 – New York, NY – Yeshiva University, the nation’s flagship ...
By Rabbi Ari Berman As Jews around the world observe Passover, it feels more difficult to celebrate its central theme of redemption. After all, our brothers and sisters remain in captivity, our soldiers are still in harm’s way, Israel is being threatened and antisemitism is rising in America and ...
Jerusalem Therapy Center New Promotional Video
To fill a critical need for affordable, English-language mental health services in Israel, Wurzweiler, together with Amudim Israel, opened the Jerusalem Therapy Center. View the promotional view for more information. Jerusalem Therapy Center
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Program Allows Students to Finish Nursing Degree in Just 16 Months Meeting the urgent demand for more competent, caring and qualified nurses in the tristate area and across the nation, The Katz School of Science and Health at Yeshiva University has created a premier program that will bring nurses…
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Manish Kumar Thota, a master's student in artificial intelligence, is developing a machine-learning chatbot that assists students by responding to prompts with the same depth of scholarly insight and understanding as a professor.
Just days after Suffs arrived on Broadway last month, 110 students from the S. Daniel Abraham Honors Program at Stern College for Women attended an evening performance. The stunning musical, with an all-female cast, focuses on a historical group of brave and determined suffragists, “Suffs” as they…

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