Summer Study Abroad Meeting for Hebrew University
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Eric Aronoff will conduct an informational meeting on MSU Jewish Studies Summer Program at Hebrew University in Israel. For information on this unique study-abroad opportunity, see https://osa.isp.msu.edu/Programs/program/index/106468 .
This program's fee is only $200 with a Levy Scholarship!
For more information on the Levy Scholarship, see http://jsp.msu.edu/israel/levy-scholarship/ . Those who qualify will almost certainly receive a $2,500 Levy Scholarship.
In addition to the Levy Scholarship, four Slade scholarships of $1,500 are available (see http://jsp.msu.edu/israel/slade-scholarship-2/ ).
The deadline for registration online at the study abroad website is March 1, 2015. Applications for scholarships are also due March 1, 2015.
Earn 8 credits toward your Jewish Studies minor/specialization, toward ISS and IAH requirements, or toward James Madison College requirements. If you have any questions, please contact the Director of Jewish Studies, Professor Yael Aronoff, firstname.lastname@example.org
MC 290 / IAH 211D / JS 400
The Emergence of the Modern State of Israel (4 credits)
A survey of ideological, political, and social developments from the rise of the Zionist movement to the present. Fulfills IAH second-level course requirement; James Madison College students may opt to take as MC 290. (Instructor: David Mendelsson)
MC 390 / ISS 330 / JS 390
Intergroup Relations, Communities, and Identities in Jerusalem and the Galilee (4 credits)
Seminar and site visits to the city's and region's historical riches and meetings with members of diverse population. The course includes extensive opportunities to meet with prominent government, NGO, and journalism professionals. Fulfills ISS 300-level requirement; James Madison College students may opt to take as MC 390.
(Instructor: Chen Bram)