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Yehuda Jeffrey Silver Edit Profile

rabbi , science educator

Yehuda Jeffrey Silver, American rabbi, rabbinical and mathematics and computer science educator. Ordained rabbinic judge, 1972, 90. Chairman Jewish Family Law Committee, Brooklyn, since 1992. Member International Institute Electrical Engineers, Association Orthodox Jewish Scientists, Mathematics Association American, Union of Orthodox Rabbis.

Background

Silver, Yehuda Jeffrey was born on November 26, 1946 in Brooklyn. Son of Morton and Harriet Silver.

Education

Bachelor, Yeshiva University, 1968. Master of Arts in Mathematics, Yeshiva University, 1971. Master of Science in Computer Science, New York University, 1981.

Career

Instructor mathematics, Bronx (New York) Community College, 1971-1976; instructor computer science and mathematics, Touro College, Brooklyn, since 1977; rabbi, Congregation Chevra Sfand, New York City, 1988-1992; rabbi, Beth Medrash Hagadol, New York City, since 1993. Director rabbinic advisory board Council for Authentic Judaism, Brooklyn, since 1990. Columnist Jewish Press, 1982-1991.

Achievements

  • Ordained rabbinic judge, 1972, 90.

Membership

Chairman Jewish Family Law Committee, Brooklyn, since 1992. Member International Institute Electrical Engineers, Association Orthodox Jewish Scientists, Mathematics Association American, Union of Orthodox Rabbis.

Connections

father:
Morton Silver

mother:
Harriet Silver