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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 201
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2024-01Rabbinic responses to the reintegration of Anousim: An open halachic question?Perelis, Ronnie; Bocian, Ilan Yakov
2023-10The Day of Atonement: A case study of Orthodox engagement with biblical criticismCarmy, Shalom; Putterman, Noam
2024-01Assessment of children’s development of self-control and parents’ role in itSchnall, Eliezer; Schuck, Akiva
2024-01Gorsuch vs. Barrett: Whose interpretation of the major question doctrine is superior and why is it important?Zaitseva, Maria; Kahan, Ariel
2023-12The mathematical sophistication of Rashi and the early TosafistsKanarfogel, Ephraim; Moise, Yedidya
2023-09Unique challenges with Hebrew language NLP projectsFeltenberger, Dave; Caplan, Jason
2023Rabbi Kook's Kabbalat Ha-Rabim: A study in communal consensusCarmy, Shlomo; Book, Chaim; Book, Chaim B.
2023Navigating Complexity: Testing Challenges in Distributed SystemsSacknovitz, Akiva; Vadnai, Charles E.
2023The changing world of prosthetics in halacha and beyondReichman, Edward; Tripp, Jonah
2023The current and the Tide: Analyzing Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch's pedagogical curriculum in an era of modernitySoloveichik, Meir Y.; Kurz, Yonatan U.
2023Behind the screen: An overview of premarital genetic testing in the Jewish communityReichman, Edward I.; Rothman, Yechezkel J.
2023Seforim sale data analyticsMedina, Patricia; Rosenthal, Zecharia
2023PLA2G6 Associated Neurodegeneration Modeled in Drosophila melanogasterSteinhauer, Josefa; Rosenthal, Aaron
2023Public pressure in the NFL and Congress: An oppressive motivator of unjust outcomesZaitseva, Maria; Northman, Marshall A.
2023Modelling deformations of solenoid generated magnetic fieldZypman, Fredy; Lipshitz, Akiva
2023“In our present society: Victor Berger, sewer socialism, and the continuous impact of american socialism”Freedman, Jeffrey; Karp, Jacob B.
2023“Speaking in the name of Torah”: How Orthodox rabbis address racism and homosexuality in sermons, speches, and public statementsZaitseva, Maria; Harcsztark, Abraham D.
2023Investigating the role of MMP14, B7-H3, PTK7, and LRRC15 in head and neck cancers: Implications for antibody-drug conjugatesMaitra, Radhashree; Book, Abraham J.
2023Productionization of a machine learning modelFeltenberger, Dave; Adelman, Mark
2023Family homelessness in NYC: How can we solve it?Incantalupo, Matthew; Abrahams, Elazar
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 201
The mission of the Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Honors Program is to enhance education throughout Yeshiva College by providing an exceptionally broad, deep, rigorous education for our most talented students.

To fulfill those aims, we emphasize research, intensive writing, and sophisticated thinking: critical, analytic, quantitative, scientific, interdisciplinary, and creative.

Students who take honors courses commit themselves to hard work, a challenging search for understanding, and intellectual excellence.

Students who pursue the Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Honors Program will experience especially rewarding interactions with faculty members through honors courses, individual mentoring, advanced work, and senior honors theses.

Upon graduation, honors students should feel confident that they can fulfill their potential through advanced training, lifelong learning, and leadership within their various communities.