From the Director
Along with my colleagues Janet Krasner Aronson, Matthew Boxer, and Matthew
, I am pleased to announce the release of two new Jewish community studies:
The 2017 Greater Washington Jewish Community Demographic Study
The 2017 Greater Pittsburgh Jewish Community Study
2017 Greater Washington Jewish Community Demographic Study
Jewish community is the third largest and one of the fastest growing in the United States.
View Greater Washington infographic
2017 Greater Pittsburgh Jewish Community Study
Greater Pittsburgh's Jewish population is highly educated and made up of nearly 50,000 people, one quarter of whom live in Squirrel Hill.
View Greater Pittsburgh infographic
Researchers Say Pittsburgh's Jewish Population Is Highly Educated And Continues To Grow,
WESA, February 20, 2019
Jewish Pittsburgh Growing but Denominational Affiliation Dropping,
Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, February 20, 2018
Pittsburgh Jewish Community Growing, Spreading Out,
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 20, 2018
Pittsburgh Region's Jewish Population is Growing, Prosperous and Moving to Suburbs, Study Finds
Only 6 Percent of Washington DC's Booming Jewish Community Identify as Republican
, JTA, February 16, 2018
Jobs And Inclusivity: Why The Jewish Population In D.C. Is Now The Third-Largest In The Country,
WAMU, February 16, 2018
D.C. Area's Jewish Population is Booming: Now the Third Largest in the Nation, Report Says
, The Washington Post, February 13, 2018
D.C.'s Jewish Population Is Booming-So Why The Empty Pews?
he Forward, February 13, 2018
The Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University is a multi-disciplinary research center dedicated to bringing the concepts, theories, and techniques of social science to bear on the study of contemporary Jewish life.
The Steinhardt Social Research Institute (SSRI), hosted at CMJS, uses innovative research methods to collect and analyze socio-demographic data on the Jewish community.