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Opportunities to Learn and Lead

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Student Voices

  • Two participants at Voice of Witness training

What Does It Mean to Be Heard?

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Reflecting on Study Abroad in the Negev

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Advising for Jewish Studies

Lauren Kurland

Learn more about our student advisers or e-mail them a question about courses, major and minor requirements, or Jewish Studies programs. Learn more >

Funding Opportunities

Terry Azose with Scholarship Winners

The Stroum Center offers internships, research positions with the Sephardic Studies Program, and a Graduate Fellows program for graduate students.  More >

Jewish Studies Student Advisory Council

JSSC Student Group

Formed in 2013, the Jewish Studies Student Advisory Council (JSSAC) gives students an important voice in curriculum, event planning, and program outreach. The JSSAC works closely with faculty and staff to build a vibrant Jewish Studies student community on campus. Read more >

Jewish Studies Library Guide

Jewish Studies Library Guide

The Jewish Studies library guide provides links to the most useful article databases, catalogs, reference books, and web sites for Jewish Studies students and scholars.  View >

From Our Students

My world outlook has been changed by taking Jewish Studies courses. Those lessons to ask questions, dig deeper and search for a more conclusive understanding of cultures and historical narrative have expanded beyond my college years.
William Merritt, Class of 2010
I am grateful to the Stroum Jewish Studies Program for helping me in finding out what I am interested in and in pursuing my goals.
Charlotte Anthony, Class of 2012

Quick Facts

  • 25 faculty members from departments across campus teach Jewish Studies courses
  • Attend our public events (including world-class performances and lectures) for free
  • Nosh with JS professors at our Student Committee dinners
  • The Stroum Center is part of the Jackson School of International Studies
  • JS classes can count towards degree requirements for other academic programs
  • JS classes meet college requirements like VLPA, I&S, and writing