Archives: Grantees

The Kadar Family Award for Outstanding Research at Tel Aviv University celebrates pioneering scientists and scholars who have reached the highest levels of excellence in both research and teaching. The Kadar Award is granted annually to four TAU researchers, two senior and two junior faculty members, from across the spectrum of faculties and disciplines at […]

Named after Naomi, who traveled to Israel every summer to teach in this extremely rigorous university Yiddish immersion program, the Yiddish Summer Program offers intensive Yiddish instruction at five levels from absolute beginner to advanced fluency. Yiddish speakers come from all over the world for instruction by world-renowned professors. Daily language instruction is supplemented by […]

Finding and supporting the most important Israeli artists.

The Yaacov Agam Museum.

This professorship, at one of Israel’s oldest and most prestigious universities, is dedicated, as Naomi herself was, to improving the level of Yiddish scholarship in Israel. The visiting professorship in Yiddish Studies is given to those who have achieved the highest level of distinction in careers of Yiddish scholarship. The professor teaches classes to undergraduates […]

The Naomi Prawer Kadar Memorial Lecture at the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research celebrates Naomi’s passion for rigorous exploration of Yiddish language, literature, linguistics, and culture in an academic setting. This annual lecture honors Naomi Prawer Kadar, Ph.D. (1949-2010), z”l, as an inspiring educator, a devoted researcher and scholar, and a true visionary. Naomi had a profound understanding […]

Established by the Naomi foundation in 2013, fellowships fund research visits by TAU researchers to laboratories in US, Europe and elsewhere in the world. The aim is to facilitate collaboration between research groups and for Israeli graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and senior team members working at the Sackler School of Medicine or the Wise Facutlty […]

Teach First Israel’s (TFI) mission is to provide all children in Israel with top-quality education and the opportunity to choose their future, regardless of their socioeconomic background. By recruiting Israel’s best and brightest leaders and change-makers to educate and inspire students, the program aims to make a profound and much-needed impact on both the country’s […]

Algemeiner is the largest Yiddish language publication today.

A Yiddish teacher training seminar.