Eastern Michigan University

Donors and Supporters

It would be impossible for EMU Jewish Studies to function without help from members of our community. Donors and Supporters provide much of the assistance for the Jewish Studies lecture series, class development, faculty research, and student scholarships.

EMU Jewish Studies has received an extraordinary gift of $10,000 for each of the past two years from an anonymous donor.

Members of EMU Jewish Studies' Chai Society commit $600 per year for three years. These are:

Anonymous
Lisa and Jeffrey Bernstein
Susan and Harvey Kutinsky
Pamela and Stephen Landau
Maryann and Martin Shichtman

 

During the past year, the following people have been instrumental to the success of EMU Jewish Studies: 

Jessica 'Decky' Alexander & Bruce Kutinsky
Harlene and Henry Appelman
Robin and Brad Axelrod
Gregg Barak
Rosalyn Barclay
Sandra Dabrusin
Michael Feldman
Susan Fisher and John Waidley
Lisbeth and Michael Fried
Mona and Edward Goldman
Lawrence Halman
Samuel Hirsch
Larry Hiss
Jill Hunsberger
Susan and Martin Hurwitz
Elizabeth and Todd Kirshner
Jeffrey Leflein
Nancy Leon
Lynn Malinoff
Barry Mallin
Sheldon and Geri Markel
Fran and Irwin Martin
Paul McGlynn
Leslie Meltzer
Bonnie Miller
Myrna and Newell Miller
Lisa Molnar
Amy Multack
Hilary Murt and Bruce Friedman
Stephanie Newell
Sharon and Charles Newman
Ronald Pruette
Howard Rosen
Sandra and William Rosenfeld
Brad Seel
Mary and Art Schuman
David and Debbie Shtulman
Harvey Somers
Steven Tapper
Doreen Turbow
Jerry Vidis
Jay Weinstein
Donna Winkelman and Tom Easthope
Martha Young

 

Organizations and Granting Agencies

The Beth Israel Congregation
The Covenant Foundation, Covenant Ignition Grant
EMU Foundation
EMU Women in Philanthropy
The Gerber Charitable Lead Trust
Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus
The Institute for Language Information and Technology
Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor, Jewish Community Impact Grant Fund
Pfizer Foundation
S & M Machinery Sales, Inc.
Tapper's Diamonds and Fine Jewelery
UBS Peninsula Wealth Management Group

The Jewish Studies is part of the College of Arts & Sciences, 214 Pray-Harrold