Dorff, Rector and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of Judaism, presents The Way Into Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World), an in-depth introduction to the fundamental building blocks of belief and regulation grounding the Jewish commitment to improve the world.
What does UJ stand for?
UJ stands for University of Judaism (Bel-Air, California)
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- Universal Information Exchange (business information)
- User Interaction and Experience
- User Interface XML
- Uganda Internet Exchange Point (internet shareholders group; Uganda)
- U Journal (website)
- Universal Joint (mechanical)
- Université de Jendouba (French: University of Jendouba; Tunisia)
- University of Jammu (India)
- University of Johannesburg (South Africa)
- University of Jordan
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Byline: ERIC LEACH Staff Writer Brandeis-Bardin Institute in Simi Valley and the University of Judaism in Bel-Air are merging to form the American Jewish University, based on their shared commitments to Jewish education, culture and the creation of future Jewish leaders.
He currently serves on the board of directors of the Wallis Foundation, International Foundation for Election Systems, Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles, LA Sports & Entertainment Commission, LA Sports Council, the Los Angeles Police Foundation, and is vice chair of the board of the University of Judaism.
Michael Berenbaum, Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation and the University of Judaism, Los Angeles, CA
DORFF is Provost, University of Judaism, Los Angeles, California.
Byline: JONATHAN DOBRER I teach a course at the University of Judaism called "Understanding the Middle East.
Tobin is president of the Institute for Jewish & Community Research and is also director of the Leonard and Madlyn Abramson Program in Jewish Policy Research at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles.
Prior to the Philharmonic, he served as vice president of development at the University of Judaism, and in senior positions at the American Jewish Committee, Northridge Hospital Foundation, United Jewish Fund, and the Jewish Federations of Los Angeles and San Francisco.