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Leadership expert Dr. Hal M. Lewis (whose day job is President and CEO of Spertus) discusses the roles of humility and reflection in leadership.
In front of a cheering audience of family members, friends, and colleagues, degrees were awarded on Sunday, August 25, 2013, to 42 students from Spertus Institute’s Master of Science in Nonprofit Management program, a program that has been training nonprofit leaders since 1982.
Stacey Flint had a clear goal in mind when she entered the inaugural cohort of the Certificate in Jewish Leadership, a unique partnership between Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership and Northwestern University’s School of Continuing Studies.
By Adam Davis for JUF News — As people of the book, text is the primary medium of our history. Textiles, however, have also played an interesting role, and not just in the shmatteh business.
Leadership expert Dr. Hal M. Lewis (whose day job is President and CEO of Spertus) explains why self-awareness of one's biases is crucial for leadership.
When Spertus graduate Anna Lvova, MSNM Class of 2012, brought her daughter to a Rancho Laguna, a small equine farm in Seattle, she had no idea that the simple field trip would have such a huge impact on her life and the lives of others.
An interview with Spertus Dean and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Dean P. Bell, on the process of putting together his latest book "The Bloomsbury Companion to Jewish Studies."
It is with great sadness that we share information about the sudden passing of our colleague and friend, Rabbi Dr. Bernard Grossfeld.
Matt Rissien, who will be starting the Spertus MAJPS program this fall, has been named to the second annual “Double Chai in the Chi: 36 Under 36” list of young Jewish movers and shakers in Chicago.