He was also a faculty member of the Judaic Studies Department.
Sussman remained at SUNY Binghamton until 2001, where he was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure.
During his tenure (1861–1866) KI became known as "The Abolitionist Temple".
Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf (1858–1923), founded the National Farm School in 1896 (now Delaware Valley University in Doylestown, Pennsylvania).
She has had a career as both a Jewish educator and a music educator. Sussman also has a sister Marcelle who is a journalist.
In 1972, Sussman graduated from Pikesville Senior High School (HUC-JIR) in Cincinnati, Ohio.In May 1999, the annual meeting of the Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR), which is the organization of Reform Rabbis in the United States and Canada, debated this platform.In that debate Sussman offered numerous amendments to the proposed platform, many of which were adopted.Rabbi Bertram Wallace Korn (1918–1979), who as a Rear Admiral in the Chaplain Corps was the first Jewish chaplain to receive flag rank in any of the U. While serving as the senior rabbi at KI, Sussman has also continued to teach at the university level.He has been a visiting professor, adjunct professor, or lecturer at, among others, Princeton University, Temple University, Hunter College (City University of New York), Rutgers University, Gratz College, and the New York City campus of HUC-JIR.From 1982 to 1986, while writing his doctoral dissertation, Sussman served as the rabbi of Temple Beth Shalom in Middleton, Ohio.In 1987, Sussman joined the faculty of the history department at the State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY Binghamton, which is now called Binghamton University.While studying for his rabbinical degree he was awarded the Mrs.Arthur Hays Sulzberger Prize in Homiletics for the Best Short Sermon.was the most prominent Jewish abolitionist of the American Civil War era.Einhorn began his American career in Baltimore, where ironically Sussman was raised, but was forced to move to Philadelphia because of his opposition to slavery.