University at Albany
 

Program Funds:

College of Arts & Sciences

Judaic Studies

For information regarding these funds, please contact Judaic Studies.

The Bernard D. Arbit Fund
Established through the generosity of Bernard D. Arbit ’43, this fund provides support for the Department of Judaic Studies and Center for Jewish Studies.

Colonie Jewish Community Association Fund for Jewish Studies

This fund was established to provide an annual program/event in Colonie that will highlight educational topics about Jewish life and culture, in conjunction with the Center for Jewish Studies. The program will underscore the Center's goal of promoting a deeper understanding of the social, religious and historical dimensions of Jewish life through educational lectures and activities. And, by including topics such as Jewish art, music and culture, the program will seek to attract a broad range of participants of all ages and backgrounds - from both the University community and greater Capital region. The goal of the program/event is to provide an academic forum for individuals who are interested in enriching their knowledge about Jewish culture.

Endowed Visiting Scholarship in Judaic Studies
Established to endow, support and maintain a visiting scholar within UAlbany’s Department of Judaic Studies.

Malka & Eitan Evan CJS Yom HaShoah Lecture
Account generously established by Mrs. Malka Evan and Mr. Eitan Evan to provide financial support of the annual Holocaust Lecture held within the Center for Jewish Studies at UAlbany.

The Stephen Arnold Rosenberg Endowment

Established by Mr. Haskell Rosenberg ’40 and Mrs. Bernice “Sunny” Rosenberg, this fund is utilized to support campus-wide arts and cultural activities through the Center for Jewish Studies. This may include, but is not limited to, concerts, recitals, films, lectures, etc.