Jerusalem recently played host to an international conference titled, The Environment in Jewish Thought and Law. Spearheaded by Sviva Israel, an innovative Jewish social environmental organization, the goal was to enrich and raise the level of conversation on Judaism and the … [Read more...] about Halacha and the Environment
Archives for July 2008
The Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program at Brandeis University announces an opening for a faculty member -- junior or senior, tenured, tenure track, or professor of the practice -- in an area broadly defined as Jewish Professional Leadership. The ideal candidate … [Read more...] about Faculty Search: Jewish Professional Leadership
The notion that media messaging through traditional means is on the wane comes as no surprise. Instead, in this new media era, continuous improvements in technology have permeated our daily lives, sending us messages in multiple formats. Beyond the realms of news and advertising, … [Read more...] about Click and Change the World
Hadassah just concluded their 94th national convention in Los Angeles. And at the closing dinner Tuesday night, a prominent Medical Center board member warned the organization was on "the tipping point" into decline. Two pertinent facts were stated by Stewart Greenebaum during … [Read more...] about Hadassah, Tipping Into Decline?
The following is courtesy of Charity Dynamics in Austin, Texas, and is posted with permission. Web 2.0 - Building, Growing and Sustaining a Vibrant Online Community: Shiny Objects Vs. Solid Investments by Abby Sandlin At this year’s NTEN conference in New Orleans, I s … [Read more...] about Shiny Objects vs. Solid Investments