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In response to the many challenges in the world today, we have the opportunity to form community around positive values and actions, develop strong relationships, take responsibility, and build our resillience.
It would take more than a global pandemic to keep our resilient Spertus students and alumni from changing the world. These inspiring leaders use their Spertus training to push forward, even in these dark times.
Dr. Dean P Bell unearths lessons from history for responding to COVID-19. Bell, author of "Plague in the Early Modern World: A Documentary History," has been serving as an expert on pandemic history for media during the current crisis.
We were so touched by this heartfelt message from Spertus Institute Doctoral student (and MA in Jewish Studies alumna) Sherry Knazan, of Petaluma, CA, that we had to share it with you.
Jewish professionals and volunteers from organizations across North America are invited to gather virtually for Spertus Institute's annual Jewish Community Networking Night. KOVAL Distillery to receive Innovation Award.
Two experts on religion and the environment weigh in on the role of faith in responding to the climate crisis. Spertus Institute presents an online discussion September 10 on "Climate Responsibility and Judaism."
Hear Spertus President Dr. Dean P. Bell interviewed about how past pandemics can help us contextualize what we are going through today, including where we might find some hope in lessons from the past.
Spertus Institute is thrilled to welcome two accomplished local leaders—Shelley Stern Grach and Dr. Alicia Gejman—to its Board of Trustees. Both have impressive backgrounds in nonprofit board experience and have studied in Spertus graduate programs.
Newly appointed Spertus Board Chairperson Dr. Sharon Silverman spoke with Director of Communications Betsy Gomberg about her new role, her interests and goals, and how she plans to lead.