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Educating for the Heart: Krista Tippett in Conversation with Dr. ...

On November 14, 2018, Krista Tippett, Founder of the OnBeing Project, joined Dr. Arnold Eisen, Chancellor of JTS, in conversation about empa...

The Covenant Classroom: Educating for the Heart

In this month's Sight Line, Volume 19, This month in Sight Line, we explore what it means to educate for the heart via the teachings of seve...

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Tobie Brandriss - 2007 Award Recipient

Daniel Henkin - 2016 Award Recipient

A pioneer of Jewish a capella singing, Daniel Henkin has been dubbed “our beloved Jewish rock star” by those who spend summers with him at Camp Ramah Nyack. There, Henkin produces the annual Ramah musical celebration, a highlight of the season that attracts thousands of parents, alumni and community leaders. At the Ramaz School in New York, Henkin directs the music program and teaches chamber choirs. At Queens College, he directs the Hillel’s Jewish a cappella group, which draws singers from colleges throughout the New York City area and has been a three-time national champion in Jewish collegiate a cappella competitions.

Dr. Jane Sherwin Shapiro - 2017 Award Recipient

As Co-Founder of OROT: Center for New Jewish Learning in Skokie, IL, Dr. Jane Sherwin Shapiro teaches students of all ages from across the religious spectrum. Founded in 2014, OROT serves over 500 students each year through weekly classes and immersive learning experiences where students learn to integrate serious text study with alternative creative expression, in learning spaces that range from artists’ studios to Yoga studios, and from botanical gardens to kitchens.