Jewish Thought and Enduring Human Questions
Summer Seminar 2013, July 28 - August 14
Applications no longer being accepted.
Each summer, The Tikvah Project on Jewish Thought sponsors a Summer Program at Princeton University for exceptional students from diverse universities around the world. Students convene in Princeton to study Jewish texts, Jewish thought, and Jewish perspectives on the great questions of human life.
Students also have opportunities to engage in both formal and informal conversations with faculty and to hear debates and lectures about contemporary issues relevant to the Jewish future.
There are photos from and information about the summer 2012 seminar, which took place July 22 – August 8.
Visit http://forum.tikvahfund.org/ to read about the alumni of this and other Tikvah programs.
Read the Enduring Questions 2012 Welcoming Address, given by Alan Rubenstein, Director of University Programs for the Tikvah Fund. This address serves as a mission statement for the program. We hope it gives you an idea of what we are trying to accomplish.