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  • ISPIP: Improved prediction of epitope binding sites 

    Bodzin, Abraham (Yeshiva University, 2023-02)
    ISPIP is a meta-method designed to improve on previous classifiers by choosing components that use different strategies and using machine learning algorithms to train the model. It is based on Walder’s Meta-DPI, but ...
  • Is a summer at sleep-away camp the answer? An analysis of the potential benefits of summer camp for students with classroom-based disabilities 

    Wernick, Ariel (Yeshiva University, 2023-01)
    Throughout my studies in psychology, I found the topics that discussed students with difficulties in the classroom the most interesting. Whether in the case of a reading impairment, a lack of self-control, or an inability ...
  • Yeshiva University Desacrator for Wilf Men 

    Unknown author (Yeshiva University, 2003-03-18)
    Special issue of the Yeshiva University Commentator for Purim 2003?
  • Treif Grief: Poetry Manuscript 

    Pava, Micah (Yeshiva University, 2022-12)
    The pessimistic poems discussed here represent just one perspective through which I view the complexities of spirituality. In Martin Buber’s Tales of the Hasidim, the author cites the 18th century rabbi, Simcha Bunem who ...

    Galantucci, Bruno (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    This course will introduce you to basic themes of research in the psychology of perception, atten-tion, memory, visual imagery and, with a particular emphasis, language and communication. These themes provide foundational ...
  • PSY1110: Developmental Psychology I 

    Malam, Bassit (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    This course is an introduction to perceptual, social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development in children and adolescents. Specific topics to be covered include sensory, intellectual, language, personality, and ...
  • PSY1021: Statistics for Psychology 

    Malka, Ariel (2022-08)
    This course introduces students to statistics for analyzing data from research studies in psychological science. Course content includes basic concepts and terminology of statistics, display of data, research designs in ...
  • MAT1504: Discrete Structures 

    Belbruno, Edward (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    Learn the process of analyzing and solving mathematics problems both applied and theoretical.
  • JST2665H: Ethics in Artificial Intel 

    Navon, Mois; Wiederblank, Netanel (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    This course offers an introduction to the ethical issues inherent in the technologies spawned by big data and artificial intelligence. In particular it seeks to understand the Torah’s perspective on these timely and ...
  • JST1640/SOC1211: Biblical Archeology 

    Katz, Jill (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    This course will introduce students to archaeological data (including texts) from the Land of Israel during the biblical period. • Students will gain biblical cultural literacy and think critically about Biblical peoples. o ...
  • JST1260H: Schools of Aggadah 

    Bergmann, Ari (2022-08)
    The Babylonian Talmud, known simply as the Bavli, is the collaborative effort of generations of sages and it is the foundational legal and ethical document of rabbinic Judaism. Part of the magnetic pull of the Talmud is ...
  • HIS1101: Emergence of Europe 

    Haziza, David (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    This course will examine the history of Europe from c.500 BCE to c.1650 and will consider some key texts to see what they can tell us about the periods under review.
  • HEB1043: Israeli Society and Language 

    Lawrence, Eliezer (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    Through the use of authentic materials of contemporary Israeli media, including television, music, movies and news, students will expand their Hebrew vocabulary and communication skills through social-centered language ...
  • HEB1040: Biblical Hebrew 

    Adler, Ari (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    The purpose of this course is to enable students to read and understand Tanakh in a sophisticated, grammatically attuned manner. It builds on foundational grammatical concepts and familiarity with Hebrew that you have ...
  • FYWR1020: First Year Writing 

    Stewart, E (2022-08)
    We will be writing about our lives, the world, and our lives within the world today—for better or for worse. In this class students will be asked to reflect on themselves, on their own humanity, on events occurring in the ...
  • FYWR1020: First Year Writing 

    Trimboli, Brian (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    This course will challenge writers to develop a personal approach to writing and the revision process. We will explore the importance of communication, which begins with articulating our thoughts to ourselves. Through ...
  • FYWR1020: First Year Writing 

    Puretz, David (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    What is “good writing”? As Robert Masello’s quote above illustrates, good writing is more than just an introduction, body, and conclusion. Writing is nothing if it doesn’t mean something, for the writer and for the reader. ...
  • FYWR1020: First Year Writing 

    Fitzgerald, Lauren (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    Welcome to YU! This course is aimed at ensuring your success in writing for college and beyond, first and foremost by helping you develop as a writer. Luckily, developing as a writer involves many of the skills college ...
  • ENG1800: Reading/Writing Poetry 

    Trimboli, Brian (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    This course will examine the contemporary landscape of poetry, and assess on a global scale some of the different voices that have contributed over the last hundred years. While going through the textbook, The Vintage Book ...

    Mesch, Rachel (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    This advanced level seminar is meant to build on the work you have done in English 2010, while preparing you for the student-led senior colloquium in your final Spring semester. As we approach a variety of texts and ideas ...

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