How to Donate to the EMU Center for Jewish Studies
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.
Those wishing to donate can do so here, simply fill out that you would like the support the Center for Jewish Studies as a general donation. Listed below are various specific locations where you can direct your donation and know exactly what it will be used for. Thank you for your generosity!
The Jewish Studies Development Fund is an expendable account supporting the daily operation of EMU’s Jewish Studies Program; it helps to fund the Lecture/Performance Series, student research and travel, and faculty development; it creates opportunities for collaboration across multiple platforms, both within the university and beyond.
The intent of the Life and Legacy Endowment is to provide a solid foundation on which EMU’s Center for Jewish Studies can prosper and grow, offering innovative and exciting programming to the EMU community, faculty, students, and staff.
Focusing specifically on immediate needs, this fund provides financial support for both undergraduate and graduate students whose work has been accepted at regional, national or international conferences; it also allows students to travel either domestically or abroad for research opportunities.
Provides a scholarship to an outstanding undergraduate who is presenting on a topic connected with Jewish Studies at an EMU conference (such as the Undergraduate Symposium), or at a regional, national, or international conference.
Offers immediate support to augment the Lerner Family Endowed Scholarship to a student whose needs exceed that available in the Lerner Family endowed fund.
The intent of the Martin Shichtman Endowment is to establish a platform on which the Center for Jewish Studies will be able to support, in perpetuity, the Lecture/Performance Series, student research and travel, faculty development, and course creation.
Provides an annual grant to an EMU faculty member whose teaching or scholarship enriches the field of Jewish Studies.