pdf (112 KB) Bringing the Lessons of the Holocaust to the Classroom
October 2012  For one intense week in June they were among a group of 25 middle and high school teachers that gathered at Rutgers to study, discuss, and learn new ways of teaching their students about a daunting and difficult subject: the Holocaust.

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pdf (212 KB) A debate over portrayals of Orthodox women
10/3/2012 A program at Rutgers University on feminist art in Israel took an unexpectedly contentious turn when audience members began debating the sometimes negative portrayal of tradition in work that depicts religious Jewish women.

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pdf Educators hone techniques for teaching about Shoa pdf pdf
7/5/2012 High school teachers gather at Rutgers to advance their own education about the Holocaust.
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5/7/2012 Alvin Rockoff was remembered April 22 as a man devoted to his family, the Jewish community, and all things Rutgers. Speaking at a lecture series he helped establish, university leaders described a philanthropist with the ability to listen, counsel, and lead and whose determination helped set a course for what became Rutgers’ Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life. Rockoff, a businessman and Rutgers alumnus, died Oct. 27 at age 84.
1/30/2012 — Gosnell's return coincided with the launch of the new master's program in the Department of Jewish Studies in the School of Arts and Sciences. The M.A. curriculum offers an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the Jewish experience from ancient times to the present.