Reading Room & Genealogy Institute
Please note: Yeshiva University Museum's The Golden Path: Maimonides Across Eight Centuries exhibit is closed on Fridays.
Make sure to check our holiday closures prior to visiting.
Last entry to the Center for Jewish History exhibition spaces is 30 minutes before closing.
With the Center for Jewish History since 2008, Rachel Miller is currently the Vice President and Chief of Archive and Library Services. As the longest serving member of the senior leadership team, Miller promotes and oversees the work of the Center’s innovative team of archivists, librarians, conservators, and photographers. Central to fundraising, Miller connects the passions of funders with the mission of the Center. Miller has also served as project director across more than a decade of successful grants at the Center, including major initiatives funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Institute of Museum and Library Services, Council on Library and Information Resources (funded by the Mellon Foundation), Claims Conference, Leon Levy Foundation, and many other private and public funders. Miller holds a Master in Library and Information Science from Rutgers University and earned her BA in English at Barnard College, Columbia University.