The Judaic Studies Student Ambassadors are current Judaic Studies degree students who can help answer your questions about the program. If you have questions about Judaic Studies courses or our degrees and would like a student perspective, the ambassadors are here to help. Feel free to send them an email. You can learn more about the 2021-2022 ambassadors below!
Lexi is a Junior from Southfield, MI. She's pursuing a B.A. in Psychology as well as a double minor in Judaic Studies and Art & Design. Lexi loves art, reading, animals, theater, and the occasional water fight. She is also a member of APO.
Contact Lexi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dahvi is a Senior from West Bloomfield, MI. She's pursuing a B.S. in Movement Science through the School of Kinesiology as well as a minor in Judaic Studies. After graduation she hopes to pursue PA school. This past summer she worked as a Medical Assistant in a Neurology office which gave her hands on experience working with patients and she learned a lot. In her free time, Dahvi enjoys going on walks, doing crossword puzzles and spending time with her dogs. At U-M she has enjoyed being a part of Wolverine Support Network and being a J Net Fellow through Hillel. She has also enjoyed working as a student manager at the Blue Cafe in East Quad.
Contact Dahvi at email@example.com.
David is a Senior from Southfield, MI. He's pursuing a B.A. in Judaic Studies with honors as well as Political Science. After graduation he plans to attend law school. He enjoys playing basketball and has started to get more into reading. On campus David has been involved with Wolverine for Israel and has served as the group's Legislative Coordinator and President. He also is a part of the O-Minyan (Orthodox Minyan) student community through Michigan Hillel. He previously served as the O-Minyan Social Chair and Gabbai (Religious Services Coordinator).
Contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org.