The Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies (Brandeis University) has released “Beyond Welcoming,” the first large-scale study of the marriages and committed relationships of Gen X and millennial Jews, and the first to systematically collect data from non-Jewish partners about the … [Read more...] about “Engaging Intermarried Couples in Jewish Life,” A New Research Report
The Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies (Brandeis University) has released findings from a qualitative study conducted for Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston (CJP) that describes some of the experiences and perspectives of the burgeoning population of interfaith … [Read more...] about “We’ll Cross That Bridge When We Get to It”
A Study of Interfaith Couples in Boston
Brandeis University seeks a visionary Director (non tenure-track faculty) to lead and develop its Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program. The Hornstein Program, a unit of the Graduate School of Arts of Sciences, is a master's level dual-degree program combining … [Read more...] about Brandeis University Seeks New Director to Lead Hornstein Program
The Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies has released The Impact of Taglit-Birthright Israel on Participants from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Germany. The study focuses on two groups of Birthright Israel participants: first, those from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus and … [Read more...] about The Impact of Taglit-Birthright Israel on Participants from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Germeny
The Maurice & Marilyn Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies (Brandeis) has just released, Innovating JCCs.
The mid-20th century Jewish community center was built on the model of a brick-and-mortar, full-service, membership-based community center. This model is … [Read more...] about Just Released: