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Departments/ProgramsHornstein Program in Jewish Professional Leadership
DegreesUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D.
Michigan State University, M.L.I.R.
Northeastern Illinois University, B.A.
ExpertiseManagement of Jewish nonprofit organizations.
|HRNS||230f||Managing Jewish Nonprofits|
|HRNS||237b||Organizational Behavior in Jewish Nonprofits|
Rosen, Mark I. Expanding the PJ Library to tweens: A summary of reactions from parents, children, and Jewish educators. West Springfield, MA: Report to the Harold Grinspoon Foundation: 2013.
Rosen, Mark I. Looking for connections: A study of Jewish families with young children in Chicago. Chicago, IL: Report to the Jewish United Fund / Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago: 2013.
Rosen, Mark I. Thank You for Being Such a Pain. Changchun City, Jilin Province, China: Jilin Publishing Group, 2011.
Rosen, Mark. "Changing Diapers and Changing Parents: Lessons Learned Regarding Early Engagement." JECA Journal 2. 3 (2011): 3-6.
Rosen, Mark. New pathways: An evaluation of two pilot initiatives serving Jewish families with young children in suburban Boston. Boston, MA: Report to Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston: 2011.
Rosen, M.I., Allen, M.L., Lowenstein, A., Steinberg, S., Kartseva, T., Meiseles, A., Kibrit, J. Jewish Early Engagement in New York: A Feasibility Study Prepared for the Commission on Jewish Identity and Renewal of UJA-Federation of New York. 2010.
Rosen, Mark. Mission, Meaning, and Money: How the Joint Distribution Committee Became a Fundraising Innovator. Waltham, MA: Brandeis University: Fisher Bernstein Institute for Jewish Philanthropy and Leadership, 2010.