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March 23, 2016

Yeshiva U. Receives $25 Million to Launch New Graduate School

Yeshiva University in New York will create a new graduate and professional school with a $25 million gift from Mordecai and Monique Katz, writes the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. The school, to be named for the donors, will offer degrees related to marketing, heath, education, data science, and cyber security.

Mr. Katz, a former aerospace executive, serves as vice chairman of the Yeshiva University Board of Trustees. Ms. Katz is a retired radiologist and vice chairwoman of the Board of Overseers at the Yeshiva-affiliated Stern College for Women.