Rabbi Sam Joseph on the state of Jewish education, on the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast

Rabbi Address, right, chats with Rabbi Sam Joseph after recording the podcast at Temple Emanuel, Cherry Hill, NJ, on March 25.
Rabbi Address, right, chats with Rabbi Sam Joseph after recording the podcast at Temple Emanuel, Cherry Hill, NJ, on March 25.

On this edition of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, Rabbi Address chats with Rabbi Sam Joseph, the Eleanor Sinsheimer Distinguished Service Professor of Jewish Education and Leadership Development at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati. The conversation was recorded March 25, 2017 when Rabbi Joseph was appearing as the Scholar-in-Residence at Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill, NJ.

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About the Guest

Rabbi Samuel K. Joseph, Ph.D. is Eleanor Sinsheimer Distinguished Service Professor of Jewish Education and Leadership Development at HUC-JIR/Cincinnati, where he teaches in the rabbinical school. His special interest is how Jewish institutions and organizations, from schools to synagogues to national groups, can be most excellent as they seek to fulfill their mission and vision. Toward this end, Rabbi Joseph works with such groups throughout the world. Most recently he taught at the first rabbinical seminary in Germany since the Holocaust, the Abraham Geiger College in Berlin as the Jacobs Fellow. In past years he worked with the Jewish community in Australia, New Zealand, Brazil and Argentina. He is the founding rabbi of the liberal congregation in Hong Kong. Rabbi Joseph consults with rabbis, educators, administrators, communal leaders and lay leaders, supporting them as they lead their institutions and organizations. He is the author of four books and more than fifty articles in the area of education and leadership.

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