An academic who lost a tenured position at the University of Illinois over remarks about Israel sued faculty and donors over the decision not to hire him.
A group of campus leaders traveled to Israel on an ADL mission, giving students an up-close look at the complex issues within Israel and the Middle East.
It’s not every day you have to try to hunt down Nazis for your homework, but students at the University of New Haven are doing just that.
Opening next fall, The Shefa School in New York City is a Jewish day school with a twist.
The suspension of a Palestinian group has thrust Northeastern University into a debate on what constitutes free speech and what crosses into anti-Semitism.
Pro-Palestinian students last week directed threats of violence and anti-Semitic slurs at pro-Israel students at the University of Michigan.
Members of the Green Knesset team met with leaders from Tel Aviv University to talk about TAU’s newest construction project.
A joint Israeli-American study recently published in Prevention Science suggests that bullies suffer as much as their victims.
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.
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.