“Challenges and Opportunities of Faith-Based Higher Education Institutions” is first in Pepperdine’s fall President’s Speaker Series
MALIBU, Calif. — Pepperdine University will host the first installment of its President’s Speaker Series this fall with Yeshiva University president Rabbi Ari Berman, an American-Israeli Orthodox/Religious Zionist rabbi, faith leader, and educational visionary. Rabbi Berman will explore the challenges and opportunities faced by faith-based institutions of higher education.
The President’s Speaker Series welcomes distinguished scholars and thought leaders representing diverse points of view to examine topics and issues facing our communities and the world today. Driven by a desire to connect deeply with our community and inspire meaningful dialogue, the series provides opportunities to cultivate an engaged and impassioned collective through civil discourse.
Challenges and Opportunities of Faith-Based Higher Education Institutions: A Conversation with Rabbi Ari Berman.
Jim Gash – President, Pepperdine University
Rabbi Ari Berman – President, Yeshiva University
Thursday, October 26 from 7:00–9:00 PM PDT
Pepperdine University Elkins Auditorium, 24255 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90263
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