"After graduation I will be moving to Jackson, Mississippi to work for the Institute for Southern Jewish Life as an Education Fellow. I will be based in Jackson for the next two years and will be traveling around the South helping various congregations with their Jewish curriculums and programming. I am very grateful that the Jewish Studies program at KU has prepared me for this next chapter in my life." - Mackenzie
- September 27, 2019KU professor researches origin of ancient Torah scroll
- July 16, 2019Dr. Rami Zeedan has new book published
—U.S. News & World Report
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