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Assistant Editor Joanna Rothenberg interviewed Midwest Jewish Artists Lab participant Dimitri Pavlotsky, who hails from Moscow, about his work and the importance of the program.
Yes, there is such a thing as Jewish leadership! Spertus Institute President and CEO Hal. M. Lewis explains in a Q&A with Kate MacArthur for the Chicago Tribune's Blue Sky section.
Spertus Institute presents a four-part film series titled Sunday Cinema. A different film will be screened each Sunday in February, followed by a discussion with a special guest.
With generous support from the Spitz Foundation, highlights from Spertus Institute's collections of art and archival items can now be viewed online, from your computer, tablet, or phone.
Imagine a world in which high performing, high potential university graduates are recruited to work in Jewish communal institutions with the same attractive and compelling packages offered to their classmates going into finance or law or corporate work.
One very late evening, I was working at my office. It was very quiet, and I found myself staring out the window at the Chicago skyline. I became rather painfully aware at that moment that I had many trappings of success, but I did not feel successful. Something was missing.
By Eileen Lavine for Moment Magazine — Today, with nearly 300,000 Jews, the Chicago metropolitan area is home to the third-largest Jewish population in the United States. But to many Chicagoan Jews, it has the feel of a small town.
The word Hanukkah literally means “rededication.” It shares the same Hebrew root as the word for “education.” At this season, Spertus proudly rededicates itself to the critical work of Jewish education.
It's our pleasure to share this article published in eJewishPhilanthropy.com on November 10, 2015. This piece is written by Spertus President and CEO Dr. Hal M. Lewis.