Rabbi Fully is the executive director of the Jewish Resource Center. He has been living in Michigan with his wife Shani and now four children Eli, Michoel, Yocheved, and Yehuda for the past five years. Rabbi Fully has learned in the famous MIrrer Yeshiva in Jerusalem, Israel for four years and has completed the NEER Leelef program. He runs the Maimonides program twice a year. He also learns with students in group settings or one-on-one basis. He runs an Israel trip with forty+ students once a year. He spends many Shabbosim in Ann Arbor with his family hosting over 100 students Friday night dinner and Shabbos day meals. His fun and warm personality make it easy for students to connect to and he is always willing to lend a helping hand to his fellow Jew. He welcomes all Jewish students to take advantage of the many programs run in the JRC.
Rabbi Dovid M Bausk and his lovely wife, Dassie, moved to Michigan in the Fall of 2005. He currently holds a position as Senior Instructor for Partners in Torah, based in Southfield Michigan. It was in due to their tremendous desire to reach out to Jewish students on campus and impart to them their wisdom on Judaism. Rabbi Bausk enjoys studying one-on-one with students anytime of day or night as well as entertaining students at the JRC for Shabbat. Joining them at their home in Southfield for Shabbat or Holidays is even more encouraged. The Bausk bunch will no doubt give you an experience you will not forget.
Hello! My name is Nurit Weizman and I am more than thrilled about working with the students at the Jewish Resource Center this upcoming Fall. While I was born and bred in Ann Arbor, this past year I was a student at the Neve College for Jewish Women Studies in Jerusalem where I studied Jewish philosophy, spirituality, texts, and law. I’m returning as a graduate student at the University of Michigan School of Social Work, where I will also be working with other students to address various challenges facing the Jewish community in the school’s Jewish Communal Leadership Program. As for my connection to the JRC, I have been involved with the community since my sophomore year at U of M as an undergraduate majoring in Women Studies. Over the years I’ve been to countless Shabbat dinners, learned regularly with the campus Rabbis and mentors, and organized various events. I also went as a student on my first two Jewish learning trips to Israel with the JRC Rabbis, and worked as a counselor on my third this past summer. (Needless to say…I recommend the trip…) My goal now is to help give back what I’ve gotten—an incredible connection to Judaism and to the Jewish community. I will be here to help organize events and women’s programming, learn with students, and of course, schmooze. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to the Fall!