By Leonard Saxe My colleagues and I at the American Jewish Population Project (AJPP) at Brandeis University have just released our latest estimates of the US Jewish population. As of 2018, there are nearly 7.5 million Jews in the United States. Contrary to conventional … [Read more...] about Gevalt: The American Jewish Population is Expanding!
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