NEW YORK (JTA) — Thirty-
three Americans and Canadians
have joined the faculty of Bar Ilan
University, an American-sponsored ;
institution of higher learning at
Ramat Gan, near Tel Aviv. Ac-
cording to an announcement by '
the university's administrative of- •
fice here, they comprise the larg-
est group of American and Cana- '
dian academicians to join the Bar
Ilan staff in a single academic
Twelve of the new faculty mem-
bers come from New York. The
rest are from 10 states and On-
tario. Their specialties include
science, economics, mathematics,
English, education, foreign lan-
guages, political science, psychol-
ogy and Bible. Bar Ilan, founded in
1955, has a current enrollment of
4,500 students in 28 under-graduate
and post-graduate departments and
a faculty of over 600.
The annual dinner of the Detroit
Friends of Bar-Ilan University will
be held Dec. 3 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. Joseph Jackier, dinner
chairman, announced that former
Vice President Hubert H. Hum-
phrey will be guest speaker.
Phillip Stollman, chairman of
the American board of directors
of Bar-Ilan University, paid trib-
ute to the memory of Samuel S.
Greenberg. prominent Detroit at-
torney who died last Friday, for
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his major role in establishing the
rehabilitation counseling program
He pointed out that Mr. Green-
berg cooperated with Prof. G. N.
Wright of the University of Wis-
consin in setting up such pro-
grams. Bar-Ilan. Prof. Wright
stated when the plan was ad-
vanced, was the first university
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