For more information about establishing a scholarship func, contact Lisa Kaplan. To apply for a scholarship click here.

Benjamin Goldberg Memorial Scholarship 
Awards may be made to students at any academic level with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher enrolled in the Jewish Studies certificate program. Financial need is the primary factor of consideration for this award.

Jewish studies is committed to public education. Our mission to edify and inspire does not cease, even in difficult times. We hope you enjoy these special offerings from our faculty, allowing us to learn together, even as we remain physically apart.


Rescue, Resilience, and Renewal. The Story of Beth Hebrew, Phoenix

This lecture series, made possible by The Lowe Family Holocaust and Genocide Education Endowment, is designed to foster understanding, and to disseminate knowledge, about the causes and conditions that foster genocides, including the Holocaust and to generate public awareness about the danger of authoritarian, totalitarian and nationalistic regimes to the future of humanity.

This lecture series, made possible by The Lowe Family Holocaust and Genocide Education Endowment, is designed to foster understanding, and to disseminate knowledge, about the causes and conditions that foster genocides, including the Holocaust and to generate public awareness about the danger of authoritarian, totalitarian and nationalistic regimes to the future of humanity.

The educational opportunities made possible by The Lowe Family Holocaust and Genocide Education Endowment are designed to foster understanding, and to disseminate knowledge, about the causes and conditions that foster genocides, including the Holocaust and to generate public awareness about the danger of authoritarian, totalitarian and nationalistic regimes to the future of humanity.