ADL designated 87 NY schools as No Place For Hate for creating safe learning environments, bringing awareness to bullying and bias, and promoting respect.
With “The Story of the Jews,” 69-year-old Simon Schama is returning to his Jewish roots in what is perhaps his most personal work.
One of the nation’s most prominent lawyers is retiring form his post at Harvard Law School.
Reuven Rivlin was awarded an Honorary Doctorate and delivered a keynote address at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s annual Convocation over the weekend.
A video shown in a Rockland County classroom espoused anti-Semitic stereotypes and made multiple references to Judaism as inferior to Christianity.
Baruch College scheduled its Commencement Ceremony to end shortly before the Jewish Sabbath, creating a conflict for observant Jewish graduates.
Imagine a lab with electric wires, computer chords, and wheels and you have a good picture of one of the country’s more than 20 CIJE-Tech laboratories.
The ADL released a report examining anti-Israel activity on university and college campuses across the United States in the 2014-2015 academic year.
An innovative MBA program offers international students a chance to learn from Israel's start-up success.
An Israeli high school team from Binyamina, near Haifa, came in second place at the prestigious international FIRST Robotics Competition in St. Louis, Mo.