Praise for a university professor after what he did when a crying baby interrupted his class.
Dr. Sydney Engelberg, a professor at Jerusalem's Hebrew University, was holding a lecture for his organizational behavior class when a student's baby began to cry.
Instead of stopping class or making the mother and baby leave, Engelberg scooped the baby up and taught the rest of the class with the child in his arms.
A Facebook post by his daughter, Sarit Fishbaine, says that mothers regularly bring their children to his lectures -- even breastfeeding during class.
"That's what I call organizational behavior," Fishbaine posted. "Show me another run like that. Because my father is the best in the world."