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This non-credit course is designed to assist students as they prepare their final thesis or project. It will discuss expectations for format and approach as well as provide guidance for research methods and identify milestones students should be striving for in terms of timelines.

Semester: Traditional Semester: January 2 – April 23

This course examines how, if at all, marketing an NPO differs from marketing a traditional private sector organization, good or service. It addresses the particular marketing challenges associated with defining the approaches and services to beneficiaries as well as the cultivation of funding...

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Semester: Spring A: January 2- February 26

The 3-credit final project is a more practical approach to exploring and presenting applied research on a particular topic in the field of Holocaust and Genocide Studies. It must be completed under the guidance of an advisor. It offers the student an opportunity to explore a topic making use of...

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Semester: Traditional Semester: January 2 – April 23

The 3-credit final project is a more practical approach to exploring and presenting applied research on a particular topic in the field of Holocaust and Genocide Studies. It must be completed under the guidance of an advisor. It offers the student an opportunity to explore a topic making use of...

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Semester: Full Summer: April 24 – August 13, 2018

The 6-credit thesis must have a substantial research component and a focus that falls within Holocaust and Genocide Studies. It must be written under the guidance of an advisor. As the final element in the master's degree, the thesis gives the student an opportunity to demonstrate expertise in...

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Semester: Traditional Semester: January 2 – April 23

The 6-credit thesis must have a substantial research component and a focus that falls within Holocaust and Genocide Studies. It must be written under the guidance of an advisor. As the final element in the master's degree, the thesis gives the student an opportunity to demonstrate expertise in...

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Semester: Full Summer: April 24 – August 13, 2018

Recent studies show that more than three quarters of students surveyed say that they have been bullied, joined in bullying another, or been both victim and perpetrator during their time at school. Many educators are looking for a simple fix, a way to "bullyproof" the school environment, yet...

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Semester: March 29, 30, 31 & April 5, 6, 7

In this class, we will go beyond the meaning of the Hebrew words to find ways to connect prayer with students' lives. We will explore strategies to engage students on an emotional level so that they go from learning to doing to connecting with prayer. 

We will use the shabbat Amidah as a...

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Semester: Course begins February 20, 2018 and will be four weeks long.

The history of Jews in the Middle Ages is full of surprises, even for those who know it well. Expert scholar Joseph M. Davis will guide the class. The thousand-year saga of medieval Jewry will unfold from crucial and revealing documents of the period. Discover the unknown Judaisms of this tragic...

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Participants in this class will learn to capture indelible moments of their lives in short memoir pieces. Through readings, discussion and writing prompts, they will learn to recognize and practice the use of specific detail and vigorous language, the development of character, dialogue and...

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