Sunday, April 30, 2017
The Israeli delegation to the 47th International Physics Olympiad for high school students in Switzerland won four medals as well as an honorable mention.
A Wikipedia ranking of the world’s most influential universities ranked Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 47th place worldwide and first place in Israel.
Chelsea Clinton was the key speaker at a Hebrew University event celebrating the centennial of Einstein’s theory of relativity.
Imagine a lab with electric wires, computer chords, and wheels and you have a good picture of one of the country’s more than 20 CIJE-Tech laboratories.
Ivy League schools Columbia and Cornell found spots on a ranking of the American college campuses with the “worst anti-Semitic activity” in 2014.
With “The Story of the Jews,” 69-year-old Simon Schama is returning to his Jewish roots in what is perhaps his most personal work.
Universities UK, a group representing 133 British schools, came out against the decision by the country’s largest student union to boycott Israel.
Technion showed its strength in Computer Science by ranking 18th in the world.
More US universities are leaving the American Studies Association, after the education body decided to boycott Israeli schools.
CUNY reviews allegations of anti-Semitism on several campuses, and is establishing a task force to foster a more understanding and respectful environment.


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