The bright young people who fill the classrooms and libraries of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are Israel’s greatest asset
Harvey and Gloria Kaylie of New York were honored at a recent ceremony marking their support for 19 first-year Hebrew University students from the Israeli-Ethiopian community who are participating in a pilot program being conducted jointly by the Hebrew University and the Feuerstein Institute in conjunction with the Ministry of Immigrant Absorption.
In his creation of a new scholarship fund, longtime Hebrew University supporter Daniel Jacobson aims to encourage young people to pursue studies in Hebrew literatureMore
Three weeks before she was due to begin the Preparatory Program - Mechina at the Rothberg International School, Sigal was told that she no longer qualified for government assistance. Thanks to the Hebrew University’s Friends associations, she received a scholarship and is now fulfilling her dream of studying in Israel.More
Q&A with doctoral candidate Gali Umsweif-Nevo, a participant in the Hebrew University’s Harry and Sylvia Hoffman Leadership and Responsibility Program, who juggles her doctoral studies with her community outreach work with Holocaust survivors, her job as a pharmacology teaching coordinator at the University and a busy family life.More
Meet Sunday Olasanmi from Nigeria who, thanks to a scholarship from the Pears Foundation, is in Israel to study for a master’s of public health degree at the Hebrew University's Braun School of Public Health and Community MedicineMore