The Hornstein Program's faculty is unparalleled: leading researchers and consultants in the Jewish community who bring a vast range of experience and knowledge to the Hornstein Program and its student.
Expertise: Social psychology, race and ethnicity, religion; sociology of education, volunteering, Jewish identity, antisemitism, quantitative methods, qualitative methods
Expertise: Impact of Jewish adult education on emerging leaders in Jewish communal service, the effectiveness of courses on Jewish literacy on parents of preschoolers, and the involvement of interfaith families in synagogues
Expertise: American Jewish history, history of American Jewish education, history of American education, contemporary Jewish studies, Jewish cultural studies, history of American youth and childhood, Jewish gender and sexuality studies
Expertise: Jewish experiential education, professional leadership development and Jewish learning in summer camps
Expertise: Management and governance of Jewish nonprofit organizations, Jewish families
Expertise: American Jewish history and life, Jews in the Americas, American religion, American Jews and Israel
Expertise: Social psychology, methodology/research design, American Jewry, Jewish education and socio-demography
Expertise: Jewish education. Organizational behavior, planning, and leadership
Expertise: Jewish engagement, nonprofit leadership and management, development and fundraising, Jewish identity education.