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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 is excited to share the latest project of New Yorker cartoonist Ken Krimstein. Join us live online on June 13, 2022.
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.
Alyssa Dickman, an educator and professional coach with more than twenty years of experience in talent and leadership development, has joined Spertus Institute’s Academic Team as Faculty Chair of the Center for Jewish Leadership.
Several times a year, Spertus students from across our academic and professional programs come together for weeklong seminars that are lively, exciting times of creative and intellectual cross pollination, as well as intensive learning.
In a recent OpEd, Spertus Director of Jewish Studies Dr. David N. Gottlieb challenges us to creatively incorporate sources, mediums, and materials that reflect the rich variety of Jewish life and experiences.
Since 2017, Silver Screen Studios has been making short videos that spotlight seniors with powerful stories to share. Its current series focuses on Jewish activists, age 60+. Among those profiled is Spertus Board Chair Dr. Sharon Silverman.
Every year Spertus Institute identifies a core programmatic theme. Dr. Dean P. Bell explains why, in a year that COVID-19 challenged assumptions and compelled us to consider new ways of thinking, this year's theme is reimagining.
Judaism celebrates lifelong learning. But for Jewish professionals— the staff serving the Jewish community—cost is often an obstacle to continuing their education. When funding is available, students seize the opportunity.