Holocaust Educational Foundation
The Holocaust Educational Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization founded by Theodore Zev Weiss in 1976 and dedicated to the support of teaching and research about the Holocaust at the university level. It has helped establish courses on the Holocaust at over 400 colleges.
The Holocaust Educational Foundation of Northwestern University offers several programs: the Summer Institute on the Holocaust and Jewish Civilization; the biennial Lessons and Legacies of the Holocaust Conference; the Sharon Abramson Research Grants; and teaching grants to support college-level teaching in Holocaust Studies.
- Alan K. Cubbage (3022-01-17). "Holocaust Educational Foundation to Join Northwestern Northwestern will continue the Foundation's efforts to support Holocaust research, outreach". Retrieved 2011-01-18. Check date values in:
- "Holocaust Educational Foundation to Become Part of Northwestern U.". Chronicle of Higher Education. 2011-01-17. Retrieved 2011-01-18.