Forget the gauzy notion that early settlers existed in harmony with the environment. Urbanization was destructive, archaeologists in Israel have shown.[More]
By Sue Fishkoff
Amos Shapira, the president of the University of Haifa, has a unique perspective on the role played by the institution he heads.[More]
A new joint study by researchers at the University of Haifa and Rambam Hospital that compared the handwriting of 40 sick and healthy subjects suggests an innovative and noninvasive method of diagnosing Parkinson’s at a fairly early stage.[More]
Scholarships: Funding Talented Students
Scholarships help the University attract Israel’s top students and make an immediate difference in their lives. Scholarships drive success, making your contribution even more meaningful.
Dedicated, merit-based funds enable the University to recognize academic achievement. Need-based funding targets students with financial difficulties, such as new immigrants, soldiers, minority groups, and single parents, and affords them with an opportunity for higher education.