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  • Centers, Institutes and Other Academic Resources

    • Center for the Jewish Future
    • YU's Center for the Jewish Future infuses the student body with the spirit of leadership, the sense of responsibility to the Jewish people and greater society, and a passion for service learning and building stronger communities. Headed by Rabbi Kenneth Brander, CJF's David Mitzner Dean, the Center inspires students, and people everywhere, to promote the values of Yeshiva University.

    • YU Libraries  
    • YU's Libraries on the Wilf and Beren Campuses are centers for study and research support, offering a wide range of collections of physical volumes; electronic journals; electronic book titles; and databases, and services in support of academic programs. Librarians work with students to assist them with assigned projects and identification and evaluation of information.

    • YU Museum
    • Since its founding in 1973, YU Museum's exhibits have explored and celebrated the cultural and diverse achievements of Jews over thousands of years of existence. The Museum provides a window into Jewish culture around the world and throughout history through its use of acclaimed multi-disciplinary exhibits and publications.

    • Institute for University-School Partnership
    • The Institute for University-School Partnership strives to improve the academic, behavioral, religious, social and emotional outcomes for Jewish day school students, develop more and better quality teachers and lay leaders, and create a culture of research and innovation in the field.

    • Zahava and Moshael Straus Center for Torah and Western Thought
    • The Center's mission is to help develop Jewish thinkers by deepening their education in the best of Jewish tradition by exposing them to the richness of human knowledge and insight from across the ages. Headed by Rabbi Dr. Meir Soloveichik, the Center presents some of the most pressing moral, philosophical, and theological questions facing our society today and gives a platform for scholars and experts in their fields to both explore and attempt to answer them.   



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