2018-2019 graduating undergrad and graduate students in Jewish Studies will go on to careers in finance, biology, linguistics, and communications.
Jewish Studies minor Leah Hatzialexiou explains why UW Jewish Studies is her "second home" on campus.
Joel Benoliel explains why he supports the Sephardic Studies Program's work to "enhance and preserve Sephardic culture as unique and important."
As the Association for Jewish Studies turns 50, the Stroum Center plays an increasingly important role in shaping Jewish studies scholarship.
Dean's Medalist Annie Lewis, '18, a Jewish Studies minor, explains how Jewish Studies expands horizons and builds critical thinking skills.
What can literary scholars working in the field of Jewish Studies teach us about how to survive (and resist) the Trump Era? A lot, it seems.
In the Age of Trump, humanities scholars' role beyond the ivory tower is more important than ever.
Beginning in Autumn 2017, the prefix for Jewish Studies courses will change from JSIS C to JEW ST to make Jewish Studies courses more visible
Shawn Laramie '16 took Introduction to Judaism at UW as a way to explore his heritage, and found connection in many other ways.