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Baltimore Hebrew University

Baltimore Hebrew University
Motto Securing a vibrant American Jewish future.
Active 1919–2009
Type Private
President Dr. David Ariel
Undergraduates 20
Postgraduates 100
Location Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Campus Urban
Website http://www.bhu.edu/

Baltimore Hebrew University was founded as Baltimore Hebrew College and Teachers Training School in 1919 to promote Jewish scholarship and academic excellence. It was the only institution of higher learning in the U.S. state of Maryland devoted solely to all aspects of Judaic and Hebraic studies. Located in the northwest, Park Heights neighborhood of Baltimore, BHU conferred degrees up to the doctorate level. Though small in size, with classes having between 8 and 25 students, it had strong ties to the community and to several other local colleges and universities.

Baltimore Hebrew University officially became the Baltimore Hebrew Institute, a part of Towson University, when the University System of Maryland Board of Regents voted unanimously to approve the merger on June 19, 2009.[1] The BHU building was demolished in October 2009.

Notable faculty and alumni

References

  1. ^ , Saturday, June 20, 2009.The Baltimore SunHirsch, Arthur. "A new chapter for Baltimore Hebrew University,"
  2. ^ "Robert Freedman". Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. Retrieved 1 April 2014. 
  3. ^ "Jon S. Cardin". Copyright August 12, 2013 Maryland State Archives. Retrieved 1 April 2014. 
  4. ^

External links

  • Official site of Baltimore Hebrew Institute
  • Baltimore Hebrew University on Google Street View
  • , August 29, 2002.Chicago TribuneHirsch, Rona S. "Baltimore Hebrew University,"
  • "Towards the 21st Century - A Recommended Strategic Plan for the Baltimore Hebrew University", Bainbridge, Jay. Baker, Sally. Meier, James. Meislin, Laura. Ukeles, Jacob B. Ukeles Associates, Inc., Baltimore Hebrew Institute. 1993


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