Dr. Walter Herzberg, assistant professor of Bible and Ancient Semitic Languages and Professional Pastoral Skills, will lead a six-sessioncourse called "Biblical Commentary and the Quest for Meaning." http://www.jtsa.edu/biblical-commentary-and-the-quest-for-meaning …pic.twitter.com/KyOrY4Dngb
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Rabbis and those with advanced Jewish text skills, we invite you to join us for a fascinating exploration of the Book of Vayikra: http://www.jtsa.edu/vayikra-the-heart-of-the-torah …pic.twitter.com/FV6wlJmqwN
There's still time to get tickets to #WhatMakesItGreat?: Schubert's "Unfinished Symphony"! Join @PBS and @NPR's @RobKapilow and @MSMnyc Sinfonia on Mon, 1/28 and explore the mystery behind Schubert's iconic piece. https://bit.ly/2Ryy3PL pic.twitter.com/HsT0pvjLOc
Watch LIVE as Thomas Hampson works with #MSMnyc voice students on January 30th at 4pm: http://bit.ly/2RBCPij pic.twitter.com/Of9C0vOVH0
It's time for another Mini @MSMnyc Lesson! This is the first of two lessons on Brahms' Variations on a Theme by Paganini Op. 35, Book 1, with my student Domantas Karalius. I hope you find it valuable! Full video on my Facebook and YouTube pages.pic.twitter.com/JpgLxFLgsd
"This Tu b'Shevat, I am reflecting on the current state of our trees and how they have changed over my lifetime," writes Dr. David Kraemer, JTS's Librarian & Professor of Talmud & Rabbinics in @JTAnews. https://www.jta.org/2019/01/18/opinion/lets-make-tu-bshevat-a-day-to-demand-action-on-climate-change/amp …
educationhealth & wellness NEW YORK, January 22, 2019 — Barnard College announced today a suite of pathways for its students to obtain Columbia University graduate degrees in five years by taking master’s-level courses alongside foundational undergraduate courses. These “4+1 Pathways for Accelerated Graduate Study” enhance the depth of Barnard’s existing partnerships with Columbia University, and include newly added degree programs at the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS), and the Mailman School of Public Health (MSPH), augmenting a roster of 4+1 Pathways that also include Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and Columbia’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. A full list of the 4+1 Pathways can be found on the Beyond Barnard website. Students apply to these accelerated graduate programs in their junior year, enabling them to tailor the remainder of their undergraduate studies to finish with both a BA from Barnard College and Master’s degree from Columbia University one [...]
Join us tonight in Greenfield Hall as MSM celebrates #MLKDay. This concert is free, open to the public, and eligible for concert attendance. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2ABrgOp pic.twitter.com/O6ICabHiKp
MSMDL had the privilege to connect @MSMnyc students with members of the @NACOrchCNA for a discussion on being an orchestral musician, as well as listening to students perform and providing insight as to what a panel would look for in an audition.pic.twitter.com/h4bu980242
Faculty Member Paul Cohen explores "MSM Connections" this Thursday in Greenfield Hall pic.twitter.com/DySRdet6V2
Get your tickets here for our 4 shows this weekend @RiversideNYC2 shows today and tomorrow! Tickets are still available:https://bit.ly/2SSx1y pic.twitter.com/v3HQzKz8Xl
Are you looking for a devotional podcast that combines progressive theology with social justice? Be Still and Go has over 70 episodes available with a new season beginning March 6.Visit https://hubs.ly/H0gd-YF0 or search for Be Still and Go wherever you listen to podcasts.
Sing, choir. Sing!https://www.pscp.tv/w/bxNueTFheWpWZ3ByVkx4RXB8MXZBeFJ5Ym9WemtKbFrPt_HV4eDiHqBpOOdf0vHCklJKrNSCSF7r25yb1irc …
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is the story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to march from Selma to Montgomery.Join us for one of the three remaining performances on this #MLK weekend and a talk back at each matinee. Find out more at http://trcnyc.org/Turning15 .pic.twitter.com/0w1MxO7xNl
“It is time to stand up and march again. It is time for the children to stand up again, to pick up this mantle and to win this fight or else we will all fall down.“ -Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Turning 15 on the Road to FreedomFind out more at http://trcnyc.org/Turning15 pic.twitter.com/pbIsINbscp