Bethamie Horowitz, PhD


Bethamie Horowitz, PhD, is Director of Professional Learning Communities for CASJE (Collaborative for Applied Studies in Jewish Education) at The George Washington University. A sociopsychologist, she has published widely on the sociology of American Jews in terms of population, identity, community, and education. From 2007-2020 she was a faculty member and eventually co-director of the Ph.D. program in Education and Jewish Studies at New York University. She was named a 2023 recipient of the Marshall Sklare Award, the top honor of the Association for the Scientific Study of Jewry.