The Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman Prize recognizes a student at Washington University who has made a significant contribution in leadership and service to ecumenical or interfaith activities on campus. This prize was established to honor the life of the late Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman, the distinguished rabbi and author who was actively involved in social and interfaith issues locally, nationally, and internationally. Learn more about Rabbi Isserman or view the Nine Network Living St. Louis feature Rabbi in the Red Cross (video).
Full-time undergraduate sophomore, junior, or senior, or full-time graduate or professional student at Washington University with demonstrated leadership and service to ecumenical or interfaith activities on campus.
$1,000. Up to two students will be selected each year. Prize(s) presented at the Isserman Lecture.
Monday, February 3. Any individual or organization associated with WashU may submit a nomination.
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Contact The Rev. Callista Isabelle, Director for Religious, Spiritual and Ethical Life: firstname.lastname@example.org