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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-03-18

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What Does Our
Religious School Offer?

HERE'S TO...

Donna Feldman, formerly of
Southfield, was awarded her doc-
torate in urban education from
Cleveland State University Her dis-
sertation,"Writing Instruction and
Standardized Reading Scores Among
Secondary Students:' was funded by
the International Reading Association.

Dr. Glenn Treisman, a professor at
Johns Hopkins University Medical
School and Hospital, has received
the Russo Award from the city of
Baltimore. The native Detroiter is
the son of Dr. Edward and Elaine
Treisman of Bloomfield Hills and
a University of Michigan graduate.
Treisman is a professor of internal
medicine, psychiatry and behav-
ioral science and director of the AIDS
Psychiatry Service. He earned the 2009
Russo Award "for his dedicated and
compassionate service to low-income
individuals and families."

Daniel Iwrey, son of Carolyn and
Howard Iwrey of West Bloomfield,
recently starred as "Seymour" in Little
Shop of Horrors, produced by the Tulane
University Musical Theater Deparment.
Iwrey, a 2008 graduate of West
Bloomfield High School, is a sophomore
at Tulane in New Orleans, majoring in
musical theater and economics.

Hey, You Never Know, a new book by
Robert Newman, who was born and
raised in Detroit, is now available.
Newman incorporates personal expe-
riences into his writing.

Keren IL McGinity had her book cho-
sen as a finalist for the 2009 National
Jewish Book Award in the category of
Women's Studies. McGinity, author of
Still Jewish: A History of Women and
Intermarriage in America, is the Mandell
L. Berman Postdoctoral Research Fellow
in Contemporary American Jewish Life
at the University of Michigan Frankel
Center for Judaic Studies. Her book
examines the intersection of intermar-
riage and gender across the 20th centu-
ry, describing the lives of Jewish women
who intermarried while placing their
decisions in historical context.

Rachel Goutman, daughter of Ida
and Louis A. Goutman of Commerce
Township, was named to the dean's
list at Brandeis University in Waltham,
Mass., for academic achievement dur-
ing the fall 2009 semester.

Rachel Klemenson, daughter of Sara
Braverman and Robin Kelmenson of

West Bloomfield, was named to the
dean's list at Brandeis University for
academic achievement during the fall
2009 semester.

Carl Manello,
formerly of West
Bloomfield, of
Buffalo Grove, Ill.,
has contributed to
the latest edition of
Project Management
Best Practices by Dr.
Manello
Harold Kerzner. He
is the solution lead
for the Program & Project Management
offering at Slalom Consulting in
Chicago and is responsible for develop-
ing customized solutions for clients
based on industry and project manage-
ment standards and proven practices.

Leib Irons of Oak Park has attained
rabbinic ordination at the Chag
HaSemikhah of Yeshiva University and
its Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary in New York.

Bernard Cantor of
Bloomfield Hills, an
vt-„Ato*
Eagle Scout sponsor,
recently was hon-
ored at the national
Eagle Scout recogni-
tion dinner at Adat
Shalom Synagogue
Cantor
in Farmington
Hills. He is a
Distinguished Eagle who serves on
the local Great Lakes Council execu-
tive board and has remained active in
scouting leadership since his teens.

Carole Lieberman Rich of
Huntington Woods, a vice president
at Jones Lang LaSalle, has been
appointed to the board of directors of
HAVEN, Oakland County's center for
prevention and treatment of domestic
violence and sexual assault.

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Frankel Jewish Academy senior
Michelle Kappy, daughter of Barbara
and Irvin Kappy, has been chosen as
one of the 250 finalists in the 2009-
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was selected from 80,000 entrants.
The program acknowledges the stu-
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Distinction" identified by the student
as having had the most influence upon
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