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  • n. Any of the medieval scholastics who taught logic, metaphysics, and theology in the early European universities

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  • Schoolman says rebate incentives made the panels more affordable by cutting the cost by at least half.

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  • Singer Schoolman spent her later years committed to Youth Aliyah and Reconstructionist Judaism.

    Personal Information for Bertha Schoolman

  • A committed Jewish educator, Singer Schoolman taught at the Central Jewish Institute of New York, the first Jewish community center with and education focus.

    Personal Information for Bertha Schoolman

  • Singer Schoolman also chaired important Hadassah committees such as those regarding the JNF (Keren Kayemet L'Yisrael) and the Hadassah Medical Organization.

    Personal Information for Bertha Schoolman

  • Schoolman was active in Hadassah and served on its Palestine Committee from 1921-27, as its National Secretary from 1940-1941, and as a Vice President from 1941-1943.

    Personal Information for Bertha Schoolman

  • In the words of her friend and eulogist Marian G. Greenberg, Schoolman was “a woman of moral and intellectual integrity, who had the courage to live in accordance with her convictions.”

    Bertha Singer Schoolman.

  • In recognition of her service in Israel prior to the establishment of the state, Schoolman was given the Fighter for the State Award by the Israel Ministry of Defense on Independence Day in 1969.

    Bertha Singer Schoolman.

  • During the difficult days of 1947 – 1948, when Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus had to be abandoned and medical services reorganized, Schoolman joined a small group of Hadassah leaders from America to assist the directors of the Hadassah Medical Organization.

    Bertha Singer Schoolman.

  • Hadassah Magazine (April 1972): 22; Schoolman, Bertha.

    Lotta Levensohn.

  • The Modern Schoolman 69: 111-121; reprinted in Teske 2006.

    William of Auvergne

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