A&S Welcomes Mark A. Raider to Department of Judaic Studies
New head of Judiac Studies.
Dean Karen Gould says Mark A. Raider, PhD, is recognized as a highly respected scholar and efficient administrator, a talented leader successful at developing and strengthening community partnerships.
Now, Raider brings all those skills – and a passion for American Jewish and Zionist history – to McMicken College of Arts and Science, as department head and Jewish Foundation Endowed Chair of the Department of Judaic Studies. His wife, Miriam B. Raider-Roth, PhD, has joined UC as an associate professor in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services.
Mark A. Raider
An important indication of Raider’s multiple talents, Gould said, is that he was both chairman of Judaic Studies and founding director of the Center of Jewish Studies at his previous post, State University of New York at Albany.
“He has had a very distinguished career … We were so impressed and ultimately, persuaded that he was the very best candidate for this position,” Gould said.
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