Director's Letter

Antisemitism and anti-Israel hostility, particularly as they are manifest on college campuses, have been the focus of a great deal of recent concern in the Jewish community. Our new research report, " The Limits of Hostility," is based on studies of four universities in the United States. The findings draw on surveys of Jewish and non-Jewish students conducted in 2016 and 2017 and help contextualize the issues of hostility toward Jews and Israel on campus.  Read more

The Limits of Hostility: Students Report on Antisemitism and Anti-Israel Hostility at Four US Universities

This report continues our program of research that focuses on undergraduates and their perceptions and experiences of antisemitism and anti-Israel hostility on US campuses. We examine four institutions, Brandeis University, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  Learn more
Annette Koren Retires

After 13 years, Annette Koren has retired from CMJS.  Her research in the areas of Israel studies, Jewish education, Israel literacy, and Jewish identity has enormously improved our understanding of campus life for Jewish young adults. Learn more