Dr. Carol Ochs has been promoted to Adjunct Full Professor of Jewish Religious Thought at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
In announcing this promotion, Dr. Norman J. Cohen, Provost, said, "Dr. Carol Ochs has had a unique impact on our community of faculty and students, through her teaching, writing and visionary administrative leadership ever since she joined the College-Institute."
Dr. Ochs is Director of the Graduate School and supervises the Doctor of Ministry Program in Pastoral Counseling for ordained clergy of all faiths. Her research, writing, and teaching encompass Jewish spirituality, comparative religion, and Jewish feminism. In addition to teaching spiritual guidance, she serves as spiritual guide to rabbinic, cantorial, and Doctor of Ministry students at HUC-JIR. Prior to joining the faculty of HUC-JIR, she taught philosophy at Simmons College in Boston, where she is professor
emerita. Dr. Ochs received the Ph.D. in philosophy from Brandeis University in 1968.
Dr. Ochs's publications include: