Attention, graduate and rabbinical students (and those who teach them):
Each year, the Whizin Prize in Jewish Ethics will be awarded for the best essay, research paper or curriculum addressing a contemporary ethical issue from a Jewish perspective. The prize includes an award of $1,800 and publication on the website of the Center for Jewish Ethics. Submissions of any length are welcome, including those written in fulfillment of class requirements. The deadline for submissions is now extended to March 15. You can find more information here.
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