Friday, May 29, 2020
An honorary Commander of the British Empire in the name of Queen Elizabeth II was conferred upon the President of Israel's Ben Gurion University.
Chelsea Clinton was the key speaker at a Hebrew University event celebrating the centennial of Einstein’s theory of relativity.
One of the nation’s most prominent lawyers is retiring form his post at Harvard Law School.
CUNY reviews allegations of anti-Semitism on several campuses, and is establishing a task force to foster a more understanding and respectful environment.
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.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is ranked #17 in Asia, moving up 8 spots from #25 last year, to #17 this year.
With the last cohort of survivors in their final years, Holocaust education, which once relied heavily on classroom visits from survivors, is in transition.
Pro-Palestinian students last week directed threats of violence and anti-Semitic slurs at pro-Israel students at the University of Michigan.
Tuesday, the student council at UCLA voted unanimously in favor of a resolution to condemn anti-Semitism and anti-Israel hate speech.
An academic who lost a tenured position at the University of Illinois over remarks about Israel sued faculty and donors over the decision not to hire him.
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