Rabbi Morris Wruble
Rav Morris Wruble is a Yeshiva University graduate, having been on the campus through M.T.A. High School, Yeshiva College, R.I.E.T.S., and Bernard Revel Graduate School; he completed a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Jewish Philosophy in addition to Smichah. He made aliyah in 1980 and has taught and been an administrator in various American and Israeli institutions for the past thirty-five years. Rav Wruble was one of the founders of Mevaseret Institutions. He has been on the faculty of B.M.T., Midreshet Lindenbaum, Bar Ilan University, and YULA, as well as a visiting instructor at YU's James Striar School. Most recently, Rav Wruble has joined the faculty of a new Yeshiva in Beit Shemesh, Yeshivat Ashreinu, which is dedicated to Torah, Israel, and Chessed. Rav Wruble is a RAM at Yeshivat Ashreinu as well as the coordinator of the very rigorous chessed program, in which students commit to a year of work in vital activites such as Search and Rescue, the Fire Department, MADA, or working with autistic children on a therapeutic horse farm, to name a few. Rav Wruble has touched the lives of hundreds of students over the years, both through his teaching style and as an exemplary role model. He has seen many of his talmidim return to make their lives in Israel. Rabbi Wruble has been the scholar in residence in various Torah insitutions and for chagim programs to audiences from Israel and abroad. During the summers, he is a senior staff member of Camp Moshava in Indian Orchard, PA.