University of Haifa Launches Wartime Assistance Fund to provide special services for students, staff and residents of northern Israel affected by the hostilities in Israel
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Aug 1, 2014—"The University of Haifa fully supports our student reserve soldiers," explains University President Amos Shapira, "and is taking steps to ensure thattheir studies are not adversely affected by their military service."[More]
Jul 10, 2014—2,468 undergraduates and a record 2,614 Master’s candidates received degrees during conferment ceremonies held on the Mt. Carmel Campus of the University of Haifa at the end of June.[More]
Jul 9, 2014—The Cheryl Spencer Department of Nursing, a leading academic institute for nurse education in Israel, continues to expand the scope of its services.[More]
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Jun 19, 2014—The “Bring Back Our Boys” online campaign on behalf of the teenagers who were kidnapped on Thursday night, June 12th, was launched by graduates of the University of Haifa's Ambassadors Online program.[More]
Jul 17, 2014—The American Society of the University of Haifa (ASUH) will be “Celebrating the Future of Israel” at its first Gala in Chicago on November 2, 2014 at The Standard Club.[More]
Jul 14, 2014—“All friends, old and new, of the University of Haifa are invited to celebrate the coming New Year together with us,” says Carolyn Keller, Director – New England of the American Society of the University of Haifa (ASUH). “We’ll share a day filled with enjoyable and enlightening experiences in a beautiful country setting.”[More]
Apr 9, 2014—New York philanthropist and humanitarian Henry Buhl hosted more than 50 VIPs at his luxurious art-filled Soho loft in late March at a Cocktail Reception for the University of Haifa.[More]
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