Faculty Crash Course

seminar participants


Israel: Balance and Complexity 
January 9 - 12, 2018

Location: 60 Washington Square South (Kimmel Center for University Life), New York, NY

Crash Course free of charge for accepted applicants.

New York Faculty: Join us for a foundational seminar on the complexities of modern Israel. This immersive academic experience will enhance your ability to teach and to participate in campus discourse.

Limited to 15 participants from NYC and NY State.
Kosher lunches included. Apply now to secure your spot.

  • Engage with leading Israel Studies faculty
  • Work with creative practitioners
  • Access a wealth of resource materials
  • Network with colleagues on New York campuses
  • Earn a certificate of completion from the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, Brandeis University

This program is presented in collaboration with Jewish Community Relations Council, New York

Location
Crash course will be held at NYU.

Program
Program is in development. For last year's program...

Questions?
Dr. Shahar Sadeh, Director, Faculty Engagement Initiative, Jewish Community Relations Council, New York.
Tel: 212 983-4800 ext. 123, Email: sadehs@jcrcny.org

Deadline for Applications
The online application must be completed and submitted by November 23, 2017.

The Brandeis Touch
The Faculty Engagement Program on Israel is an offshoot of the Schusterman Center's decade-long and successful Summer Institute for Israel Studies.

The Summer Institute has prepared faculty at nearly 200 universities to teach courses they have developed on the modern State of Israel. The Schusterman Center has gone on to create shorter such programs, geared to specific audiences; from short-term institutes in China and India, to continuing professional education opportunities for secondary school educators. 

The Schusterman Center makes available to you our online Israel Studies resource site for quick access to websites, databases and archives that reference the modern State of Israel.