Announcing: Midcareer Fellowship
of Baltimore Hebrew Institute at Towson University The Baltimore Hebrew Institute at Towson University is now accepting applications
for a new national fellowship program. The Midcareer Fellows will be selected as part of a cohort of students studying at
5 institutions of higher education across the country that offer Masters Degrees in Jewish
Education and Jewish Communal Service. The fellowships are specifically designed for
professionals who already work in the field, and who wish to enhance their management or
pedagogic skills, as well as strengthen their Jewish knowledge. Fellows must be working on
their degrees on a part-time basis while they continue their work in the Jewish community. Now accepting applications
Hebrew Institute, located in the College of Liberal Arts, has three main areas of
supporting the growing Judaic studies degree programs and courses at Towson University
cultivating a vibrant, cohesive community for MA and PhD students in Judaic studies
providing adult learners with an array of continuing education course offerings,
special programs and community lectures in Judaic studies.
information on all the degree programs, dual degrees, and graduate certificates
affiliated with the Baltimore Hebrew Institute, please contact
Jill Max, Director, BHI. The Baltimore Hebrew
Institute serves as a hub for TU's Judaic Studies graduate students. By working
closely with student representatives, BHI supports and promotes student life through
a variety of special programs, social activities, and events jointly-sponsored with
Hillel. Alumni of Baltimore Hebrew University
are welcomed as Towson University alumni affiliated with the BHI.
by the Jewish value of study for its own sake (Torah l'shma), the Institute hosts
an array of Judaic studies programs, including continuing education classes, Hebrew language courses, scholarly lectures, and symposia in order to encourage
literacy, dialogue and understanding for and among people of all traditions. In
addition, the BHI serves as a bridge between Towson University and the broader community
interested in higher Jewish education.
Baltimore Hebrew Institute
Towson University, College of
8000 York Rd.
Towson, Maryland 21252
Program Coordinator, Baltimore
"The Mitzvah," a one man play and lecture featuring Roger Grunwald, explores a hidden chapter of the Holocaust. In WWII approximately 150,000 partially Jewish men called Mischlinge, served in Hitler's armed forces. The play and lecture are based on Mr. Grunwald's family history. Both his mother and his aunt were Auschwitz survivors who lectured about their experience, yet still had pride in having been assimilated German Jews.
History. Heritage. Homeland
Year Two Fall 2014 Beginning
For more information about our programs and events, please contact
410-704-7118 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Need your BHU transcript?
Now that the programs formerly of Baltimore Hebrew University have been integrated into Towson University, the records are kept and transcripts are sent from the Towson University Office of the Registrar. The Office of the Registrar has created a form for Baltimore Hebrew University transcript requests. Instructions are included in the document. You may reach the Office of the Registrar by calling 410-704-3240.