The Chai Society of Wagner College is dedicated to the strengthening of ties between the College and the Jewish community. Through support for academic studies and co-curricular activities, the Chai Society promotes knowledge and understanding of the richness of the Jewish experience.
In 1883, Wagner College was founded upon the need to be part of an under served community. Over the years, this community has changed and grown; however, Wagner’s commitment to the community has remained. Today, Wagner College is proud of its long years of serving a diverse community, and seeks to build on this foundation of valuing and embracing difference. Wagner College seeks to recruit students from all groups: religious, ethnic, racial, sexual, demographic and cultural. Read more here.
Jewish Culture Series – Film and the American Jewish Experience
May 9, 2013
Presented by Dr. Abraham Unger, Assistant Professor and Director of Urban Programs
Title: “Contemporary Jewish Images in Film: A Return to Tradition”
Time: 8 pm
Location: Spiro Hall, Room One
Chai Mitzvah Awards Dinner 2013!
For more information, please contact Lindsay Hansen, Assistant Director of Annual Giving, 718.420.4530, or email@example.com.