Doctoral & Postdoctoral Programs
Since the center welcomed its first postdoctoral fellow in 2004, it has made nurturing future leaders of the field a core part of its work. To date, four doctoral candidates and five postdoctoral fellows have worked at the center, receiving guidance on their research and contributing to the center's intellectual life.
Dissertation: "'Everyone knows that’s how things were': High school students’ history learning processes--Between collective memory narratives and disciplinary skills," The Hebrew University, 2006.
|2009-2011||Renee Rubin Ross
Dissertation: "Parental involvement and community cohesion at a Jewish, Catholic, and independent day school," New York University, 2009.
Dissertation: "Teachers and commentators: hermeneutics of teaching Jewish philosophy in secondary schools: Case Studies," Hebrew University, 2008
Dissertation: "The politics of education reform : state power and the field of educational policy in New Jersey," Michigan State University, 2006
|2004-2006||Susan M. Kardos
Dissertation: "Supporting and sustaining new teachers in schools : the importance of professional culture and mentoring," Harvard University, 2004
|A.B.D.||Orah Minder||Doctoral Candidate in Jewish Education, Brandeis University|
|A.B.D.||Jacob Cytryn||Program Director, Camp Ramah in Wisconsin|
|Ph.D., 2008||Orit Kent||Senior Research Associate and Director of the Beit Midrash Research Project|
|Ph.D., 2006||Susan Tanchel||Head of School, JCDS: Boston's Jewish Community Day School|