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By Dr. Hal M. Lewis for JUF News — Political junkies will recall that in the midst of the recent sequestration controversy, President Obama took 12 Republican senators to dinner to discuss their differences.
Elana Drell Szyfer of skin care company AHAVA speaks May 5 at Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership about how family, education, and community values can drive leadership.
By Brian Zimmerman for Spertus Institute — Like many children in musical families, Mona Golabek learned to play the piano by taking lessons with her mother. But in her case, the music lessons often blurred into life lessons.
By Dr. Hal M. Lewis for JUF News — When people learn that I am the President of an Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, they often ask, "What is Jewish leadership? Does such a thing really exist?"
Spertus President Dr. Hal M. Lewis talks to Aaron Cohen of the JUF/Jewish Federation of Metropolitian Chicago about shaping and sustaining a vibrant Jewish community.
Pauline Yearwood for The Chicago Jewish News — When Hal Lewis took over as president and CEO of a financially troubled Spertus Institute three and a half years ago, he found that many people both inside and outside of Chicago’s Jewish community knew about Spertus, but were unsure of just what it did.
By Gila Wertheimer for Chicago Jewish Star — On a frigid and gloomy Sunday afternoon some 300 people were entertained and stimulated by best-selling author Jonathan Safron Foer, who spoke about his work, his life, and influences on both.
By Lewis Lazare for Chicago Business Journal — To help clarify and sharpen its mission, the 90-year-old, Chicago-based Spertus Institute of Jewish Learning has launched a new brand identity. Effective immediately, the Spertus Institute of Jewish Learning will be known as the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership.
From JTA: The Global News Service of the Jewish People — The Jewish academic center is now the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, media reported this week.