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How to Give

You may give to the Jewish Studies Program by using the "Give Now" button below. Online giving is secure, speedy and simple:

Give Now

Clicking this button will redirect you to the secure website of KU Endowment, the non-profit fundraising organization that supports KU. Giving to this important fund allows the Jewish Studies Program to meet unforeseen needs and expand offerings and activities.

Alternatively you can send a check via mail. Checks should be payable to KU Endowment and mailed to:

Gift Processing Department
KU Endowment
PO Box 928
Lawrence, KS 66044-0928

Please be sure to write on your check or specify in an accompanying note that you want your gift to go to the Jewish Studies Program.

You can also call KU Endowment at 785-830-7576 and provide your credit card information over the phone.

Endowed funds can be created with a beginning gift of $5,000, more information about this can be found on the KU Endowment website.
 
For information on other ways to give, please visit the KU Endowment website. Or for information on other opportunities to assist the Program in Jewish Studies, please contact John G. Younger, Director of the Jewish Studies Program, at 785-864-4664 or jyounger@ku.edu.


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Kudos to our faculty!

Dr. Renee Perelmutter, Associate Professor of Slavic and Jewish Studies, writes fantasy fiction and poetry under the name Rose Lemberg. Her book Marginalia to Stone Bird is the first book of poetry to be shortlisted for a Crawford Award, and is also up for an Elgin Award. Marginalia has been reviewed by Publisher’s Weekly and Strange Horizons. Available at Aqueduct Press and Amazon.

Kudos to our students!

March 16, 2017: JS students Mackenzie Haun, Sarah Herman and Ariel Silverman were elected to join Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest and most prestigious national academic academy. Phi Beta Kappa “celebrates and advocates excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Its campus chapters invite for induction the most outstanding arts and sciences students at America’s leading colleges and universities.”

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