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Rabbi Yitzchok Moshe Cohen is an Orthodox rabbi and one of the Roshei Yeshiva at Yeshiva University. He also serves as a rabbi at the Morasha summer kollel, and is on the faculty of Naaleh.com. He is well known for his mussar speeches which he gives both at Yeshiva University and elsewhere. Prior to moving to the college, Rabbi Cohen taught in the Yeshiva University High School for Boys, where he served as both the mashgiach ruchani as well as the 10th grade rebbe for the masmidim track.
Rabbi Cohen teaches subjects including Gemara, mussar and parsha at Yeshiva University. He is the father-in-law of Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Katz who is a well-known rabbi at the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem. He travels to Jerusalem at least once a year and hosts a melave malka at his son-in-law's house. Many of Rabbi Cohen's former students who now reside in Israel attend the melave malka.
Yitzchok Cohen, Rosh Yeshiva, Lecturer in Talmud. BA, MHL, Yeshiva University.Ordination, Rabbi Elchanan Theological Seminary.
- ^ Cohen, Yitzchok. "Yeshiva University Faculty". http://yu.edu/catalog/undergrad/catalog0406_men/d1_faculty_0406_men.htm.
- ^ Yeshiva University Undergraduate Catalog for Men 2008-2009
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