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At an informal ceremony that followed a week of in-depth learning at Spertus Institute, a cohort of community leaders from across the United States received Certificates in Jewish Leadership.
From Spertus President CEO Dr. Dean P. Bell: I was stunned and saddened to learn of the senseless violence against innocent parade viewers and participants in Highland Park. This attack targeted both individuals and the very fabric of our community.
Spertus Institute is thrilled to welcome two accomplished local community leaders to its Board of Trustees: Blair Klein and Dr. Don Kleinmuntz. Combined, they bring five decades of business acumen and nonprofit management expertise to their roles.
Spertus Institute announces the 2022 graduates of its prestigious Master’s and Doctoral programs. They join thousands of other Spertus alumni who advance Jewish organizations and communities around the world with their Spertus-acquired knowledge and skills.
There is a critical need for Jewish communal leaders to respond to antisemitism with knowledge, strength, and skill. A new Spertus initiative will address this need with the expertise it demands.
At Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, we have integrated long-standing work on vulnerability and resilience into our leadership training, professional programs, and graduate courses.
Spertus Institute is excited to share the latest project of New Yorker cartoonist Ken Krimstein. Join us live online on June 13, 2022.
We have implemented policies that comply with both the letter and spirit of government recommendations and mandates. These policies align with those of most institutions of higher education and comply with best practice.
In my forthcoming book, Interreligious Resilience, authored with Professor Michael S. Hogue, I had the chance to bring Jewish texts and ideas into conversation with contemporary issues from globalization to religious polarization.