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Dr. Carl Feit

Dr. Carl Feit is a noted cancer research scientist and holds the Dr. Joseph and Rachel Ades Chair in Health Sciences at Yeshiva University. Dr. Feit has chaired the science division of Yeshiva College since 1985. Prior to coming to Yeshiva, Dr. Feit was a research scientist at the immunodiagnosis laboratory at the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research. Dr. Feit serves on the editorial board of Cancer Investigation. He is also a Talmudic scholar and has lectured and taught Talmud classes for many years. He is a founding member of the International Society for Science and Religion. Dr. Feit has a BA from Yeshiva College, earned his PhD from Rutgers University, and is also an ordained rabbi. Sample Titles Chaos and Cloning: The Interplay of Science and Halacha Science and the Relationship to Torah Extraterrestrial Life Torah U’Madda Darwin and Drush – The Interplay Between Torah and Biology Point and Counterpoint – Jewish Responses to Evolution in the 20th Century Human or Golem: Therapeautic Cloning and Definitions of Humanhood in Jewish Law Science as a Paradigm for Halakhic Thought: An Introduction to the Theology of Rabbi Joseph B....

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Rabbi Daniel Feldman

Rabbi Daniel Z. Feldman is a Rosh Yeshiva at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary at Yeshiva University, as well as an instructor in the Sy Syms School of Business, and serves as the Executive Editor of the RIETS initiative of YU Press. He is an alumnus of Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh and received his ordination (Yoreh Yoreh and Yadin Yadin) from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, where he was a fellow of the Bella and Harry Wexner Kollel Elyon. Rabbi Feldman is the author of “The Right and The Good: Halakhah and Human Relations” (Jason Aronson, 1999; expanded edition, Yashar Books, 2005), and “Divine Footsteps: Chesed and the Jewish Soul” (Yeshiva University Press, 2008) as well as three volumes of Talmudic essays entitled Binah BaSefarim, which have been published with the approbations of R. Avraham Schapira, R. Ovadiah Yosef, R. Natan Gestetner, R. Zalman Nechemiah Goldberg, R. Asher Weiss. and others. Rabbi Feldman is the co-editor of nine volumes of Talmudic essays and Jewish Thought and serves on the editorial board of Tradition, and has also written for publications such as Jewish Action and the Oxford Handbook of Judaism and Economics He is a frequent lecturer in locations across America and abroad. Rabbi Feldman is the spiritual leader of Ohr Saadya of Teaneck, NJ, where he resides with his wife, Leah, and their children. Sample Titles Jewish Perspectives on the Death Penalty Debate Is it a mitzvah for the U.S. to fight Al Qaeda? Priorities in Tzedakah Human Dignity Lying for the Sake of Peace The Prohibitions of Embarrassing People in Public Revenge and Grudge Bearing Loshon HaRa Lifnei Iver Lo Sitein Michshol Asking for Forgiveness Judging Others Favorably Aspects of Chesed Bikkur Cholim Pirsumei Nisa on Purim Shalach Manos The Severity of Tisha B’Av Binyan Beis HaMikdash The Honor of a Sefer Torah – Fasting when it Falls The Fast of a Bride and Groom before their Wedding Humor and the Torah Prohibitions of Magic and Sorcery...

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Dr. Jonathan Feldman

Dr. Jonathan Feldman is Assistant Professor of Psychology at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology of Yeshiva University, and Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Epidemiology & Population Health at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2002 from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ with a dissertation on comorbidity between panic disorder and asthma. He completed his clinical internship at the University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Feldman completed a T-32 Post-doctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Psychology at Brown Medical School, Providence, Rhode Island. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the State University of New York at Binghamton with Honors in Psychology and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. In 2000, he won the American Psychosomatic Society Scholar Award. Dr. Feldman received an Individual Predoctoral Fellowship (National Research Service Award) to fund his dissertation research. Dr. Feldman’s research focuses on asthma disparities between Puerto Rican, African-American, and Mexican-American children. He is examining the role of maternal psychiatric disorders, children’s perception of asthma symptoms, and treatment adherence in the management of asthma among inner-city families. Dr. Feldman’s research also focuses on cultural adaptation of a behavioral treatment for Latinos with panic disorder and asthma. Dr. Feldman has received grant funding from the NIMH, NICHD, and American Lung Association to support his research. Sample Titles Psychosocial Factors and Asthma Psychological Factors and Asthma in Children and Adults Behavioral Treatment of Asthma and Panic Disorder Treatment Adherence and Symptom Perception in...

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Rabbi Chaim Feuerman, Ed. D.

With over four decades of wide-ranging experience as head of Hebrew day schools throughout the United States and Canada, Rabbi Chaim Feuerman, Ed. D., has served as Professor of Education at the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration for the past 18 years. He holds the Golda Koschitzky Chair in Education and is the chair of the Mendheim Student Teaching and Administrative Intermship Program. Rabbi Feuerman has published extensively and has served as professional developer/consultant to Jewish day schools and Jewish communal agencies from coast to coast as well as overseas. Sample Titles The Secret of Success in Education is Respect for — the Student! Supervision of Instruction Classroom Management Differentiated Instruction Cooperative Learning Multiple Intelligences Models of Teaching Limudei Kodesh Diverse Learners — Instructional and Curricular Modifications for Special Needs Students Acquisition of Torah Values...

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Dr. Steven Fine

Dr. Steven Fine is the Dean Pinkhos Churgin Chair in Jewish History at Yeshiva College and Professor of Jewish History at the Bernard Revel Graduate School, director of Center for Israel Studies and head of the department of Jewish history at Yeshiva College. Dr. Fine is a cultural historian, specializing in Jewish history in the Greco-Roman world. Dr. Fine’s unique blend of history, rabbinic literature, archaeology and art is expressed in a broad range of publications. The author of academic monographs, museum catalogs, articles and even a book for children, Dr. Fine’s most recent book is “Art and Judaism in the Greco-Roman World: Toward a New Jewish Archaeology” (Cambridge, 2005, updated edition, 2009). He is an editor of a “IMAGES: A Journal for the Study of Jewish Art and Visual Culture.” Dr. Fine has lectured throughout the United States, Canada, Israel and Europe. His combination of history, Talmud, archaeology and “bonhomie” make Dr. Fine popular with both Jewish and Christian audiences. Sample Titles Jewish Magic and Healing in the Talmudic Period Archaeology and Zionism Kedushat Beit Ha-Knesset: The Sanctity of the Synagogue The Second Temple in Jewish Art and Thought The Da Vinci Code Illuminates Jewish Art: Explorations with a Real-Life Jewish “Symbologist” Is the Vatican Hiding the Temple Menorah? The Tangible Talmud: Archaeology Illuminates the World of the Ancient Rabbis The Sanctity of the Synagogue: Ancient and Modern Where did Jesus Pray?: Synagogues in First Century Judaea Nicanor’s Beautiful Gate: Donation to the Jerusalem Temple The Zodiac in Jewish Art The Samaritans: Portrait of a Biblical People Archaeological Discoveries that have Changed Jewish...

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Dr. Chuck Freilich

Dr. Chuck Freilich served as deputy national security adviser in Israel. Currently, he is an adjunct professor at Stern College for Women and a senior fellow at the Belfer Center at Harvard’s Kennedy School. He recently completed a first-of-its-kind book on Israel’s national security decision making processes (“Zion’s Dilemmas: How Israel Makes National Security Policy,” Cornell Press, 2012), and is working on a new book on Israeli national security strategy. Chuck’s primary areas of expertise are the Middle East, US-Middle East policy and Israeli national security policy. He teaches political science at Harvard, NYU, Columbia and Tel Aviv Universities. Chuck has appeared as a commentator for ABC, CNN, NPR, Al Jezeera and various US and Israeli radio and TV stations. He has been quoted in the NY Times and published numerous articles and op-eds. Chuck was a Senior Analyst at the Israel Ministry of Defense, policy adviser to a cabinet minister, a delegate at the Israeli Mission to the UN and the executive director of two non- profits. He served in the Israel Defense Forces for five years and is a reserve major. Chuck earned his Ph.D. from Columbia University. Born in New York, he immigrated to Israel in his teens. He has two grown children, Lior and Tal. Sample Titles The Iranian Nuclear Threat: Ramifications for the US, Israel and the Region Speaking About the Unspeakable: The US-Israeli Dialogue on the Iranian Nuclear Program “Never Again” – The Iranian Threat and a Mid East Strategic Overview Syria: the Fault Line in the Mideast – Ramifications for the US, Israel and the Region How Events in Syria May Transform the Region Understanding the Syrian Conflagration and Its Ramifications The Arab Spring: Ramifications for the Region, Israel and the US Why the Middle East Erupted – and Why it Will Continue to Do So The Arab Spring – Where Is It Heading Is the Mid East Peace Process Dead? Can the Peace Process Be Saved? Achieving a Two-State Solution Settlements...

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Professor Leonard Fuld

Leonard Fuld is Clinical Assistant Professor of Accounting, Tax and Entrepreneurial Business Management at the Sy Syms School of Business of Yeshiva University. He has lectured extensively on U.S. and International tax and business issues throughout the world. Prior to joining Yeshiva University, Len was a highly rated adjunct professor for many years in the graduate schools of Baruch and Queens College. In addition to his academic background, Len’s business experience comprises over 38 years of accounting and tax practice, technical tax research, administration, and compliance, including more than seven years in the public accounting arena, in both audit and tax, with PricewaterhouseCoopers. Len’s thirty plus years in industry led to ever increasing senior tax officer responsibilities, within major global businesses, including Schlumberger Ltd, Citigroup, and most recently with Griffon Corp, where he was the Vice President of Taxes of this $1.8 billion New York Stock Exchange multinational. He has been a member of the American Institute of CPAs, New York State Society of CPAs, International Tax Institute, and the Tax Executives Institute. Len has also served on the boards of numerous non-profit organizations and is the Chairperson of his town’s Ethics Committee. Len’s hands-on experience includes all types of business transactions, ethics, mergers and acquisitions, government lobbying, individual tax controversies, audit and U.S. tax legislation. Sample Titles Domestic U.S. and International Tax Issues Mergers and Acquisitons Tax Legislation: Existing and Proposed Individual Tax Issues Current Tax Controversies IRS Audits Democrats vs. Republicans Why Accounting as a...

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