Contact Information

Holocaust Education Resource Center

Dr. Harriet Sepinwall and
Sister Kathleen Flanagan
Co-Directors

2 Convent Road
Annunciation Center, Main Floor
Morristown, NJ 07960-6989

Phone: (973) 290-4351
holocaustcenter@cse.edu

Holocaust Education Resource Center

Pinchas Gutter was the keynote speaker at the Professional Development Conference - Children of the Holocaust: Remembering the Past and Educating for the Future

Pinchas Gutter Delivered Keynote Address at Recent Conference

On Thursday, April 10, 2014, CSE's Holocaust Education Resource Center and the Education Department & Young Leadership Associates of the American Society for Yad Vashem presented a FREE professional development conference – Children of the Holocaust: Remembering the Past and Educating for the Future.


Center Offerings

  • Photo of Holocaust plaqueAnnual Kristallnacht commemorations.

  • Workshops for public and private school teachers in conjunction with the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education.

  • In service workshops for public and Catholic school teachers.

  • Programs for secondary, public and Catholic school students. For example, presentations at state, national and international gatherings of teachers, religious groups, holocaust survivors and civic groups

  • Trips to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, the Museum of Jewish Heritage/A Living Memorial to the Holocaust and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.

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Memberships

  • American Catholic Theological Societies (ACTS) Subcommittee on Jewish-Christian Relations

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Mission Statement

The College of Saint Elizabeth Holocaust Education Resource Center provides a variety of programs, resources, and educational opportunities for study of the Holocaust. It aims to encourage remembrance of the Holocaust and to promote respect for diversity. By providing an opportunity for serious Jewish-Christian Theological dialogue, it is opening doors through which many are experiencing mutual respect and understanding.

The College began its first Kristallnacht commemorations in 1990 and established the Holocaust Education Resource Center in 1994. It was in 1994 that we also began collaborative work with the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education for teacher training.