Deborah Skolnick Einhorn
Deborah Skolnick Einhorn, Ph.D.
Deborah Skolnick Einhorn is the Associate Dean for Academic Development and an Assistant Professor of Jewish Education in the Shoolman Graduate School at Hebrew College. Within these roles, Deborah recruits, advises and teaches graduate students, while working with faculty and administration to hone and enhance the Jewish Education and Jewish studies programs. Her teaching focuses on Jewish American history education, leadership and students’ graduate thesis research. In addition to speaking and writing on Jewish education, Deborah’s focuses her scholarship on gender, philanthropy and organizational change in American Jewish life.
- Graduate Research Seminar (Masters thesis course)
- Experiential Education Online
Selected Publications and Speeches
- “A Business Turn in American Jewish Religious History: Women and the Emergence of Popular Philanthropy”(forthcoming in The Business Turn in American Religious History, Oxford University Press)
- ‘Jewish Educators Encounter Neurodiversity,’ Network for Research in Jewish Education Conference (2016)
- ‘Planning the Unplannable: Role-Playing in JCAT when Reality Strikes,’ Network for Research in Jewish Education Conference (2016)
- ‘Planning the Unplannable: When Life Interrupts the Curriculum,’ Hayidion: The Ravsak Journal (2016)