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Sunday, January 15 • 3:50pm - 4:35pm
University of Change: A Campus Perspective on Orthodox Feminism

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What makes campus communities different from other Orthodox communities? What types of opportunities are available for students on campuses that do not exist elsewhere? What role do campus clergy and Hillel staff play for students? How do students' campus experiences shape their lives in Orthodox communities after college? Learn the answers to these questions and more through a panel conversation with Rabbi Noam Friedman, JLI Rabbi of Columbia / Barnard Hillel and Nataly Weiss, Director of Binghamton Hillel. 


Rabbi Noam Friedman

Rabbi Noam Friedman is the OU-JLIC Rabbi at Columbia/Barnard Hillel, where he has been serving since 2013. He spent two years in Israel studying at Yeshivat Torat Shraga and Yeshivat Har Etzion, and studied at Yeshiva University for a BA in psychology, an MA in medieval Jewish history, and rabbinic ordination. A former Tikvah Fellow, he has also spent many summers on staff at Camp Moshava in Indian Orchard, PA. 

Nataly Weiss

Nataly Weiss is the Director of Hillel at Binghamton University. She is a graduate of the University of Hartford and is a Masters candidate in Jewish Studies at Touro College. Prior to working at Binghamton, Nataly served as the Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (OU-JLIC) educator at Rutgers University. In this position sponsored by the Orthodox Union, Nataly developed Jewish learning and other substantive opportunities for Rutgers... Read More →

Sunday January 15, 2017 3:50pm - 4:35pm
Multi-Purpose Room

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