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Dr. Michael Grodin Honored for His Work in Jewish Medical Resistance
Michael Grodin was recently honored for his work and his soon to be published book tentatively titled: Jewish Medical Resistance in the Ghettos During the Holocaust.
Boston University was recently honored with 25 Excellence Awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. One of the world’s largest professional associations serving educational institutions, CASE works with more than 3,400 universities, colleges, and schools in 74 countries, subdivided into eight regional districts.
Bostonia, BU’s alumni magazine, was honored with article of the year for a story about Michael Grodin’s research into the role of Jewish physicians during the Holocaust. Grodin has been helped by researchers Rachelle Rubin (CAS’12) and Evelyn Liberman (CAS’12, SPH’13).