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January 23, 2004 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-23

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WISH
ADEMY

e r obolitan Detroit

My name is Ryan Landau.

I am so fortunate to be a sophomore at
the Jewish Academy. While attending
Orchard Lake Middle School, I met
some friends at summer camp that were
high school students at the Jewish
Academy. They told me about the
small class sizes and the exceptional
teachers, so I thought I would give it a
try. As a freshman I became involved
in many sports, including soccer,
basketball, tennis and even started a
JAMD roller hockey club. Being
treasurer of JAMD's Student
Government has been especially
rewarding for me. When I considered
the dual curriculum, I wondered if my
limited exposure to Jewish studies
would make it more difficult. I now
realize that Rabbinics and Bible are my
most interesting subjects and studying
Hebrew will be useful in the future.
The combination of a great social life,
excellent high school curriculum and
terrific Jewish studies has made me a
well-rounded individual. Coming to
JAMD was the best decision I ever
made!

For more information call us at
248-592-JAMD (5263) or visit our
website at www.jamd.org.

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MANY FAITHS FROM PAGE 55

Denby High School in Detroit, spon-
sored by the Rev. Cheryl Myhand of
John Wesley United Methodist
Church in River Rouge. ❑

The World Sabbath of Religious
Reconciliation interfaith service will
take pike at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan.
31, at Christ Church Cranbrook,
470 Church Road (off Lone Pine
Road between Telegraph and
Woodward) in Bloomfield Hills.
For information, access the Web site
at: wwwworldsabbath.com
or contact Rev. Rodney Reinhart at
(734) 459-7319 or e-mail at:

revrod@comcast.net

or, Rev. Edward Mullins at (248)
644-5210, or e-mail at:

church@concentric.net

Fellow Pursues
Judaic Studies

Rabbi Azaryah Cohen, a Detroit native
and graduate of Yeshiva University in
New York, was selected as a teaching fel-
low at the Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
Institute in Brookline, Mass.
Rabbi Cohen is one of six young
teachers selected for the first class of fel-
lows to participate in a yearlong, inten-
sive course of study and claSsroom expe-
rience to enhance their Judaic studies
teaching skills. The fellowship will be
administered under the mentorship of
five teachers at the Maimonides School
in Brookline, where the program is
based.
Under the direction of Dr. Jeremy
Kahan, the group is involved in the daily
life of the school, learning about class-
room management and philosophy as
well as observing and assisting students
and teachers in classrooms. Rabbi Cohen
— who was ordained in Israel — and
the other fellows are each enrolled in
graduate level courses at Harvard and
Brandeis universities. They also are par-
ticipating in text-based study sessions
with scholars, including Rabbi Jacob J.
Schacter, dean of the Soloveitchik
Institute.
The long-range goal of the program is
to create a professional network of Jewish
studies teachers in North America.
As part of their agreement to partici-
pate in the program, the fellows make a
commitment to teach in North America
for at least three years.
The hope is for the program to
continue, with a larger group next
year.

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