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Sister Rose Thering Fund Welcomes New Board Member  

Picture of Piotr DudekThe Sister Rose Thering Fund for Education in Jewish-Christian Studies is proud to announce a new member of its Board of Trustees: Piotr Dudek. Dudek's primary responsibility will be to coordinate alumni outreach efforts.

Dudek is currently a Regulatory Affairs Specialist at Sarkli- Repechage Ltd., a skincare company. His role includes coordinating regulatory submissions and documentation in connection with the export of cosmetics, and researching and advising on international regulatory requirements pertaining to cosmetics. He also prepares documentation for international distributors.

Dudek graduated with a B.A. in Hebrew from The Higher School of Hebrew Philology in Toruń, Poland. He went on to pursue his Juris Doctor from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Poland as well. Dudek then completed his academic journey at Seton Hall University with a Master of Arts in Jewish-Christian Studies.

"I am so excited to become a Sister Rose Thering Fund Board Member," says Dudek. "As a graduate of the Seton Hall Jewish-Christian Studies Program, Class of 2015, I am proud to join this community of scholars and social advocates. My goal as the Alumni Outreach Chair is to reach out to and reconnect with all SRTF scholarship recipients and spark an interest in Sister Rose's mission among younger students."

Dudek also sits on the Board of Advisors for The Center for Global Responsibility, a position he has held since July of 2015. He is well-rounded in his studies and his travels, visiting more than eight countries and speaking five languages including Native Polish, Hebrew and Yiddish.

The Sister Rose Thering Fund, now in its 25th year, works in tandem with the University's graduate program in Jewish-Christian Studies to advance Sister Rose Thering's legacy by fostering understanding and cooperation among Jews, Christians and people of other religious traditions through advocacy and education.

"Each election of a new Sister Rose Thering Fund trustee brings a renewed vitality to our mission, and enhances the opportunity for our vision to become a reality," says Deborah Lerner Duane, Chairman of the Board.

For more information about the Sister Rose Thering Fund or its 25th anniversary programs and events, click here or contact the Fund directly at (973) 761-9006 or srtf@shu.edu.

Categories: Faith and Service

For more information, please contact:

  • Christine Aromando
  • (973) 378-9834
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