Texas A&M University

Texas A&M Hillel is a recognized campus student organization at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas and is the oldest Hillel Foundation organization in the United States. It is a student-run organization, led by current Prime Minister Riley Greenberg, with professional leadership from the Hillel staff and support from the Texas A&M Hillel Corporate Board. The executive director is Rabbi Matt Rosenberg, who was ordained as a rabbi in May 2013 at the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at American Jewish University in Los Angeles, California. Support staff include Rabbi Peter Tarlow, Rabbi Emeritus, and Jen Rosenberg, Director of Culinary Arts. Members of the Corporate Board of Directors are usually former students and represent the entire state of Texas at semi-annual Hillel meetings. The Board is led by co-presidents Tina and Paul Gardner.

The organization was founded in 1920, three years before the national Hillel Foundation was organized at the University of Illinois. Texas A&M Hillel began as the "TAMC Menorah Club" and was organized in 1916 by Dr. Jacob Joseph Taubenhaus (the chief of plant pathology and physiology at the Agricultural and Mechinical College in College Station), and his wife Esther Taubenhaus. In 1920, the group was renamed the "TAMC Hillel Club" with assistance from David Lefkowitz (Rabbi) of Dallas.

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