Michigan State University’s Jewish Studies Program

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Michigan State University’s Jewish Studies Program Empty Michigan State University’s Jewish Studies Program

Post  Admin on Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:29 am

Michigan State University’s Jewish Studies Program offers scholarships to qualified students interested in pursuing a semester of study abroad at the main universities in Israel. The program is focused on Jewish Studies and the scholarships are awarded based on academic merit and financial need for the funding.


Robert Berman Family Undergraduate or Graduate Research Award:

Up to $1,000 available to qualified students who must travel to conduct research.
Funds may be used to cover travel expenses to Israel if that is where research must be conducted.

Weinstein-Minkoff Scholarship for Study Abroad:

Awards up to $1,000 to an outstanding student in Jewish Studies who is planning study in Israel.

Ida and Isaac Lipton Scholarship for Study Abroad:

Provides $1,000 awards to students heading off to study in Israel.


Eligible applicants must demonstrate a deep involvement in Jewish life and community and provide a letter of recommendation from a faculty member.


Jewish Studies Program
College of Arts and Letters
301 Linton Hall
East Lansing, Michigan 48824

Phone: 517-432-3493
Fax: 517-355-4507
E-mail: jewishst@msu.edu



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