Join us at the 2013 Board of Governors mission and meeting in Berlin,
Haifa and Jerusalem. Tuesday, May 28, to Tuesday, June 4, 2013.
Peres & Blair; Berlin, Haifa & Jerusalem; Marine & Herodian Archaeology: University of Haifa Board of Governors Meeting and Mission.
Dec 10, 2012—
Ami Ayalon, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the University’s Board of Governor’s discussed the unique conundrum of waging war in the age of advanced technology.[More]
Oct 16, 2012—
ASUH held a farewell reception, hosted by Chairman of the Board of Governors, Leon H. Charney and Tzili Charney, for Professor Aaron Ben-Ze’ev, who stepped down as President of the University of Haifa after eight years at its helm.[More]
Oct 9, 2012—
Severe hunger and malnutrition during World War II trigger breast cancer risk in old age. A new University of Haifa study found that women who were 7 years old or less during the war had a 49.2% percent likelihood to develop cancer compared to 27% in the general population.[More]
New York, NY, Aug 14, 2012—
Professor Avi Sagi-Schwartz was in New York last week for a fascinating discussion in which he revelead new data on the ways traumatic events, notably the Holocaust, impact children.[More]
Haifa, Israel, Aug 7, 2012—
The University of Haifa awarded an honorary doctorate to José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, in a step towards strengthening the relationship between the European Union and the Jewish State.[More]
Feb 21, 2013—
With more than 60 research centers and 93 laboratories, the University of Haifa is the largest research University in the North. It also leads the nation in brain and neurosciences research, marine sciences, ecology and the environment, child development and in several areas of cancer research.[More]
Jan 2, 2013—
A new study conducted at University of Haifa’s School of Political Sciences reveals the depth cell phoned have permeated into the daily lives of Israeli (and probably global) teens.
According to the study, 94% of all high school students in Israel use their cellphones during class with the majority using them to watch YouTube videos...[More]
Dec 31, 2012—44 Haifa University students have been awarded a scholarship in the names of the 44 Carmel fire victims. The scholarships were awarded earlier this week by Public Security Minister, Yitzhak Aharonovitch and UH president, Amos...[More]
Profiles from Campus
Apr 10, 2013—
Dan Schueftan,Director of the University’s National Security Studies Center, currently the Goldman Visiting Professor at Georgetown University, was interviewed and quoted in two USA Today articles about President Obama’s visit to Israel.
Scholarships: Funding Talented Students
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