14 search results for University of Maryland, College Park (College Park, MD)

Maryland Hillel Students Memorialize Israeli Teen
(COLLEGE PARK, MD – May 9) -- On a night that was to celebrate the achievements of a year of activities, more tha ...
http://www.hillel.org/about/news-views/news-views---blog/news-and-views/2001/05/10/maryland-hillel-students-memorialize-israeli-teen
Maryland Hillel Students Memorialize Israeli Teen, (COLLEGE PARK, MD – May 9) -- On a night, at the University of Maryland Hillel Foundation to memorialize Yaakov "Koby" Mandell and Yosef Ishran, immigrated to Israel in 1996. Rabbi Mandel served as Hillel director at the University of Maryland from 1991-1996 and his wife Sherri taught writing at the College Park campus. At the memorial, Maryland junior Temima Fruchter, a former neighbor of the Mandels' in Silver Spring, MD, spoke movingly



University of Maryland Students Get Manicures to Raise Cancer Awareness
Maryland students get manicures to raise breast cancer awareness.College Park, Md., – Beauty is not often ...
http://www.hillel.org/about/news-views/news-views---blog/news-and-views/2008/11/11/university-of-maryland-students-get-manicures-to-raise-cancer-awareness
University of Maryland Students Get Manicures to Raise Cancer Awareness, Maryland students get manicures to raise breast cancer awareness. College Park, Md., - Beauty is not often associated with charity, but for 200 University of Maryland students, having a manicure was a means to benefit, cancer and important funding to mount a fight against the illness. The College Park initiative, of the Jewish Learning Initiative at Maryland Hillel and the leading force behind the University of Maryland's



2015 Top 60 Schools by Jewish Student Population
The lists of the 2015 top schools Jews choose, as published in the Hillel College Guide Magazine. Check out the Top 60 Public Universities by Jewish Population, Top 60 Private Universities by Jewish Population and the Top 60 Schools Jews Choose – a breakdown by percentage.
http://www.hillel.org/about/news-views/news-views---blog/news-and-views/2015/06/24/2015-top-60-schools-by-jewish-student-population
Brunswick, NJ) University of Central Florida (Oviedo, FL) University of Maryland (College Park, MD) Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA) University of Florida (Gainesville, FL, Atlantic University (Boca Raton, FL) Santa Fe College (Gainesville, FL) Los Angeles Pierce College, Woodland Hills (Northridge, CA) Towson University (Towson, MD) Queensborough Community College, (Hanover, NH) Goucher College (Baltimore, MD) Bentley University (Waltham, MA) Clark University



2017 Top 60 Schools by Jewish Population
Below are the lists of the 2017 top schools Jews choose, as published in the Hillel College Guide Magazine. You’ll find the lists of the Top 60 Public Universities by Jewish Population, Top 60 Private Universities by Jewish Population and the Top 60 Schools Jews Choose – a breakdown by percentage.
http://www.hillel.org/about/news-views/news-views---blog/news-and-views/2018/03/15/2017-top-60-schools-by-jewish-population
Brunswick, NJ) University of Central Florida (Oviedo, FL) University of Maryland (College Park, MD) University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) University of Wisconsin (Madison, WI) CUNY, Brooklyn College (Brooklyn, NY) Queens College (Flushing, NY) Indiana University (Bloomington, IN) Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA) Binghamton University (Binghamton, NY) University at Albany, Community College (Bayside, NY) Stony Brook University (Stony Brook, NY) University of Connecticut (Storrs



2012 Top 60 Schools by Jewish Student Population
Below is the list of colleges and universities with the largest Jewish undergraduate populations as published in Reform ...
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, NJ) 3. University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL)4. University of Maryland, College Park (College Park, MD)5. Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA)6. York University (Toronto, College (New Orleans, LA)10. Emory University (Atlanta, GA)11. University of Southern California (Los Angeles)12. American University (Washington, DC)13. Harvard University & Radcliffe College, . Oberlin College (Oberlin, OH)29. University of Chicago (Chicago, IL)30. University of Denver (Denver



2014 Top 60 Schools by Jewish Student Population
The top school lists are collaboratively published in Reform Judaism Magazine’s RJ Insider’s Guide to College Life, in partnership with Hillel International.
http://www.hillel.org/about/news-views/news-views---blog/news-and-views/2014/09/04/2014-top-60-schools-by-jewish-student-population
University (New Brunswick, NJ) University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL) University of Maryland (College Park, MD) Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA) University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) Indiana University (Bloomington, IN) Queens College (Flushing, NY) University, ) University of Chicago (Chicago, IL) Oberlin College (Oberlin, OH) DePaul University (Chicago, IL) Top, , QC) CUNY, Brooklyn College (Brooklyn, NY) Binghamton University (Binghamton, NY) Florida



Brown, Furst Named Hillel Executive Vice Presidents
(l. to r.) Scott Brown, Hillel President Wayne L. Firestone, Aryeh Furst(Washington, D.C. – June 1, 2008)  ...
http://www.hillel.org/about/news-views/news-views---blog/news-and-views/2008/05/28/brown-furst-named-hillel-executive-vice-presidents
. He previously served as the executive director of Hillel at the University of Maryland, College Park from 1997-2003, overseeing the renovation of the facility and exponential growth in Jewish, administration from Baruch College of the City University of New York. He and his wife Debi have six, ., and Aryeh Furst of Silver Spring, Md., have been named executive vice presidents of Hillel: The Foundation, earned a master's in management from Webster University and an undergraduate degree in personnel from



2013 Top Schools Jews Choose
The 2013 Top Colleges and Universities include listings for the 25 schools with the largest percentage of Jewish undergraduates, and top 20 campuses with smaller Jewish populations.
http://www.hillel.org/about/news-views/news-views---blog/news-and-views/2013/08/21/2013-top-schools-jews-choose
Florida (Orlando, FL) University of Maryland, College Park (College Park, MD) Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA) York University (Toronto, ON) University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) Indiana University (Bloomington, IN) Queens College (New York City) University of Wisconsin, ) Drexel University (Philadelphia, PA) Oberlin College (Oberlin, OH) University of Chicago (Chicago, (Binghamton, NY) CUNY, Brooklyn College (New York City) University at Albany (Albany, NY) Florida



Six Students Join Hillel Board of Directors
Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life has named six student leaders from the United States as members of its Bo ...
http://www.hillel.org/about/news-views/news-views---blog/news-and-views/2004/11/04/six-students-join-hillel-board-of-directors
Breskin of San Diego State University ('06); Danielle Josephs of Rutgers University ('07); Shuli Karkowsky of University of Maryland, College Park ('06); Zachary Peikon of Boston University ('06); Anna Solomon-Schwartz of Harvard University ('06); and Neil Spears of University of California, San Diego, Spring, Md., Karkowsky is currently the president of the Maryland's Jewish Student Union. A government and economics major, she also serves on the Strategic Planning Committee of University of Maryland



My Experience Leading My Peers On A Taglit-Birthright Israel Trip
For the past year I have wanted to lead a Taglit-Birthright Israel trip. I wanted to be with students who had never been to Israel so I could help them to explore their own Jewish identities.
http://www.hillel.org/about/news-views/news-views---blog/news-and-views/2013/08/19/my-experience-leading-my-peers-on-a-taglit-birthright-israel-trip
is a junior business major at the University of Maryland, College Park. He grew up in Potomac, MD, definitely helped me find my place at the University of Maryland, College Park; home to one of the most vibrant Hillels in North America. I came to the University of Maryland after spending a year, in my fraternity has been one of the highlights of my college experience, and will be one of my fondest, that although I am a modern-orthodox Jew, I live a “normal college life.” I also shared that I had spent two