Fellowships

2000-2001 ATID Fellows

Michelle Berkowitz, currently a nursery school teacher, has taught in a variety of high school and post-high school programs, and has an MA in education from Yeshiva University.

Aharon Frazer is the director of T3Torah.com, a new online Torah learning environment, and a website builder for websites dealing with Jewish education. He is studying at Yeshivat Har Etzion, where he also teaches.
Asher Friedman is completing an MA in Jewish Philosophy and is studying at Yeshiva University's Gruss Kollel.
Rachel Furst is a graduate of Barnard College and will be coming to Jerusalem to study and conduct research in Jewish history in the coming year.
Moshe Genuth is a curriculum advisor and supervisor at Ulpanat Ma'aleh Levona, and is pursuing a doctorate in the philosophy of science at the Hebrew University.
Joel Guberman is an occupational therapist and the co-founder and director of Ptil Tekhelet, the Association for the Promotion and Distribution of Tekhelet.
Meesh Hammer-Kossoy teaches at Pardes and is a Ph.D. candidate in Talmud at NYU.
Avital Hochstein teaches Talmud at the Shalom Hartman High School, and has taught at Pardes Institute. She has a BA and Teacher's Certificate in Talmud from the Hebrew University.
Adina Luber, currently a scholar in Matan's Advanced Talmud program, is a member of the Israeli Bar Association, and has clerked for the State Attorney's office in Jerusalem.
Ari Shames, the assistant director of Midreshet HaRova, has rabbinic ordination form the Israeli Chief Rabbinate and a degree in psychology from Bar-Ilan.
Moshe Tur-Paz is the coordinator of the Talmud department at Pelech High School, and teaches at the Amit-Yeud program for training National Service women to teach Jewish Studies.

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