Join visionaries and innovators from academia, philanthropy, journalism and the Jewish world as we explore the role of the university and the Jewish community in imagining a more civil society.
, Senior Correspondent, PBS and Robert D. Putnam
, author of the acclaimed “Bowling Alone.”Lawrence S. Bacow
, President, Tufts University, Summit co-chair, who will host ten university presidents
The Summit is for individuals with a deep interest in the intersection of academia and the Jewish community. Faculty members, trustees and regents, college and university presidents, student affairs professionals, administrators, philanthropists, Hillel board members and professionals, Jewish community leaders, and student leaders will all find targeted programming that is specifically applicable to their work.
The Summit will be held March 24-26 at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Washington, D.C., close to museums and national monuments. Register NowHighlights & SpeakersFAQsAccommodations
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Summit 2008 is made possible by a generous grant from the Einhorn Family Charitable Trust, fostering tolerance, understanding, and a more civil society.