How important is it to be internationally engaged? How do exchange programs enrich us and society?
Over two hundred of Tel Aviv University (TAU) students and alumni attended the Internationalism seminar and fair, held by Fulbright Israel in collaboration with TAU International, the TAU Student Union and Hasoub organization, to learn more.
Israeli researchers 3D-bioprint an entire active tumor that will enable faster tumor diagnoses, help provide swifter treatment for patients, and more accurate drug developments
Professor Ronit Satchi-Fainaro, 2001 Israeli Postdoctoral Fellow. Currently she is Director of the Cancer Biology Research Center at Tel Aviv University. Photo courtesy of Tel Aviv University
Pre Departure Orientation for Fulbright Israeli fellows
In mid May, a Pre Departure Orientation was held for the Israeli fellows and their partners, before they leave for the U.S. Sessions included academic and cultural adjustments, as well as other issues pertaining to relocation in the U.S.
American high school teachers participate in Israel's Fulbright-Hays program
The Fulbright-Hays program, attended by 14 American high school teachers, recently concluded in Israel. The month-long program exposed them to the diverse factions in Israeli society, including its many cultures, religions and factions. They met with peers, experts who work with children in differing capacities and with Fulbright Alumni and learned of the country’s history via workshops and tours. At the end of the month, each teacher presented a project based on what they had learned.
Fulbright Israel webinar on the role of Israel in addressing environmental and global health crises
The climate change and the global health crises webinar discussed economic implications, impact on primary care workforce, effect on water scarcity and impurity and challenge to help patients.
When we meet on-line, what kind of rhetoric are we facing? What kind of choices do we have? As face-to-face communication moves to meeting online, how do we choose our words and adjust our speech to fit these new formats?
Dr. Nana Ariel, Fulbright postdoctoral fellow 2016. Currently Dr. Ariel is a lecturer of rhetoric in the faculty of Humanities at Tel Aviv University.
Fulbright Alumni Open Mic Event
At our Arab community get-together, Fulbright alumni shared their riveting stories with representatives of Arab organizations, academic institutions, fellow Fulbrighters and members of the community.
Exploring the characteristics of neural circuits that underlie language and reading acquisition in children with language and reading difficulties due to a neurobiological source
Dr. Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus, 2011 Israeli Postdoctoral Fellow. Currently Director of the Educational NeuroImaging Center (ENIC) in the Department of Education in Science and Technology at Technion
Researchers develop a faster, cheaper method to produce customized optical components for a variety of applications in corrective eyewear, medical imaging and virtual reality
Principle investigator, Professor Moran Bercovici is a Fulbright Alumnus and Dr. Valeri Frumkin, is a 2019 Fulbright Israel Postdoctoral Fellow, currently completing his research at MIT
Fulbright webinar on Memory
Memory, a thought-provoking concept, was the topic of our virtual, transdisciplinary roundtable discussion, featuring Fulbright Israel scholars. Among the issues raised were the impact of technology on memory, shared memories, dreams and memory triggers.
Challenging male dominance in the field of Conflict Resolution
Rachael Costello, 2020 U.S. Master's Degree
Innovation, Trailblazers, FULBRIGHTERS...75th Anniversary
Since its inception in 1946, over 400,000 people, in more than 160 countries, have participated in the Fulbright Program, fostering mutual understanding between the United States and partner nations to advance ideas in a world we share.
Israeli researchers, among them Dr. Rachel Sarig, from Tel Aviv University, have identified an unknown type of ancient human that lived more than 100,000 years ago, which they named the "Nesher Ramla Homo type".
Fulbright Alumna, Dr. Rachel Sarig, is one of researchers to discover new human species