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January 9, 2014

The Joseph and Alma Gildenhorn Institute for Israel Studies at the University of Maryland is pleased to award the Gildenhorn Family Scholarship to Michelle Thomas. Thomas is a junior who is pursuing a double major in biochemistry and physiology and neurology, as well as a minor in Israel studies. She is the first recipient of CONTINUE »

January 9, 2014

The Helmsley Charitable Trust has announced almost $22 million in grants to four Israeli institutions. These grants are part of a continuing effort to invest in Israel’s leading institutions and critical initiatives with the goal of strengthening the country. The grants were awarded to Magen David Adom and Barzilai Hospital to help strengthen and protect CONTINUE »

January 9, 2014

The Community College of Baltimore County’s brochure promoting the institution’s many travel offerings was included in a showcase of internationally exemplary programs at the Learning Resources Network’s annual conference Nov. 21-23 in San Francisco. “Travel, Learn and Grow” received an award for excellence. CCBC’s travel opportunities for international study includes the Netherlands and Belgium.CONTINUE »

January 9, 2014

HIAS, the 130-year-old international Jewish nonprofit dedicated to welcoming and protecting the rights of refugees, has announced three additions to its senior management team. The new managers will join recently appointed president and CEO Mark Hetfield. Rabbi Jennie Rosenn is assuming the newly created role of vice president for community engagement; Riva Silverman will join CONTINUE »

BY Jon Goldman
January 9, 2014

A while ago, the most powerful man on Broadway was not a performer or producer. Frank Rich was a critic for The New York Times who could single-handedly launch a show to great success, but he earned the nickname “The Butcher of Broadway” because a bad review from him could close a show instantly and CONTINUE »