SJSP Fans at a Judaism & Social Justice event, Fall 2011

Courses on Kabbalah, Israeli society, Russian literature, and the Song of Songs. Public events featuring global leaders in dialogue with university professors. Service learning that allows students to implement core concepts of social justice. Hebrew language classes that match students with native speakers around Seattle.

For these reasons and many more, please consider supporting the Stroum Jewish Studies Program (SJSP) at the University of Washington. Our academic program reaches over 1,000 students each year through dozens of courses that explore the richness of Jewish cultures across time and around the world. The diverse array of public events organized by SJSP contribute to the vitality of the broader Seattle community. Taking advantage of new technologies inside and outside the classroom, we give students and community members unparalleled access to a wealth of scholarship, ideas, and conversation.

We welcome gifts of all sizes to support the maintenance of our outstanding academic and community programming, as well as to support the expansion of SJSP into new and exciting directions.

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We greatly appreciate your support of SJSP! We welcome you to explore our new portal for ideas, JewDub.org, to find out more about our terrific program. Feel free to read, click, and join the conversation.