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Mandell L. Berman Institute - North American Jewish Data Bank Moves to University of Connecticut

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Publication Date: February 2005

Author(s): H. Glenn Rosenkrantz; Erica Barton

Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive

Topic: Social conditions (Social sciences and social scientists)

Keywords: Academic Research; Publications; Higher Education; Policy

Type: News release

Coverage: Connecticut United States

Abstract:

This news release announces the UJC's decision to move the North American Jewish Data Bank (NAJDB) to the University of Connecticut. The Data Bank, established in 1986, is the principal repository of quantitative studies of the North American Jewish community, the largest archive of social scientific and demographic studies of North American Jewry. It will continue to acquire, archive and disseminate both contemporary and historical data and reports in an effort to understand changes within the Jewish community.