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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 and governance of Jewish nonprofit organizations.
ProfileMark I. Rosen, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program at Brandeis University, where he teaches courses on the management of Jewish nonprofits and conducts research on Jewish life. He has studied such topics as Jewish families with young children, Jewish philanthropy, Jewish day schools, Birthright Israel, Jewish life on college campuses, Jewish summer camping, and intermarriage. Professor Rosen is currently working on a study of Chabad on Campus. Webpage
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Rosen, Mark I. and Schwartz, Heidi. How Jews Choose: A Study of Early Childhood Decisions Among Jewish Parents in Greater Boston. Boston Combined Jewish Philanthropies: 2015.
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, 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.