Student Awards and Prizes | The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies

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Student Awards and Prizes

Every year, The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies honors students of outstanding character and academic excellence with awards and prizes, recognizing their effort and investing in their future.  

 

The Falbaum Fellow in Judaic Studies

Awarded to an outstanding undergraduate at the University of Arizona, the Falbaum Fellow in Judaic Studies will facilitate and advance the scholarly achievements and cultural interests of Judaic Studies both in the campus environment and in the broader community.  In keeping with Bert Falbaum’s commitment to service and education, this fellowship will grant the opportunity to a worthy student to assist in increasing awareness of the field of Judaic Studies and the promotion of scholarly work therein.  This is an annual award.

 

The Irving I. Silverman Award

The Irving I. Silverman Prize for Excellence was created in 2007 by Irving I. Silverman and is awarded to an outstanding Judaic Studies' graduating senior (major or minor).  Applicants are nominated by Judaic Studies faculty members and selected by a review committee.

 

Eta Beta Rho

Eta Beta Rho is a National Scholastic Honor Society for Students of Hebrew Language and Culture.  Judaic Studies recognizes outstanding achievement in the study of Hebrew language and literature, to stimulate study and research in this field, and to promote an understanding and appreciation of the culture of Israel.

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