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University salutes Excellence among its Faculty

University salutes Excellence among its Faculty
01/07/2015

The University recognized excellence in teaching and research on all levels from emeritus and senior faculty to young researchers on Monday during a special ceremony.

Many Older Adults going Online to Discuss, Learn about Sex

Many Older Adults going Online to Discuss, Learn about Sex
29/06/2015

Many older adults are going online to dish about the joys of sex and swap advice about keeping their mojos working well into their twilight years, a new study has found.

BGU Researcher Discovers Differences in Neural Coding Between Conscious and Unconscious Percepts

BGU Researcher Discovers Differences in Neural Coding Between Conscious and Unconscious Percepts
29/06/2015

Researchers disagree about how brain activity differs during conscious and unconscious perception.

Mordechai Guri to receive prestigious IBM PhD Fellowship

Mordechai Guri to receive prestigious IBM PhD Fellowship
29/06/2015

Mordechai Guri of the Department of Information Systems Engineering has been awarded an IBM PhD Fellowship for 2015-2016.

EPAS Accreditation for BGU's Mandel Social Leadership MBA Program

EPAS Accreditation for BGU's Mandel Social Leadership MBA Program
28/06/2015

The Mandel Social Leadership MBA Program at BGU's Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management is the First Israeli Academic MBA program to receive EPAS Accreditation of the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development).

Prof. Yoram Meital has been awarded the First University of Massachusetts Lowell Medal for Intercultural Understanding

Prof. Yoram Meital has been awarded the First University of Massachusetts Lowell Medal for Intercultural Understanding
23/06/2015

Prof. Yoram Meital of the Department of Middle East Studies and Chairperson of the Chaim Herzog Center for Middle East Studies and Diplomacy has been awarded the first University of Massachusetts Lowell Medal for Intercultural Understanding .

Driving with the Wrong Music Genre Can Be Hazardous and Deadly According to New Book by BGU Expert

Driving with the Wrong Music Genre Can Be Hazardous and Deadly According to New Book by BGU Expert
23/06/2015

“The car is the only place in the world you can die just because you’re listening to the wrong kind of music,” says Prof. Warren Brodsky, director of music psychology in the Department of the Arts at BGU.

Prof. Richard Isralowitz receives Award from the US National Institutes of Health

Prof. Richard Isralowitz receives Award from the US National Institutes of Health
21/06/2015

Dr. Isralowitz received the reward in recognition of "Contributions to Scientific Diplomacy Through Outstanding Efforts in International Collaborative Research on Drug Abuse and Addiction."

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Sciences at BGU, Prof. Joseph Kost elected as member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Sciences at BGU, Prof. Joseph Kost elected as member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
11/06/2015

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Sciences at BGU, Prof. Joseph Kost, has been elected as a member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi Becomes Honorary Commander of the British Empire

BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi Becomes Honorary Commander of the British Empire
10/06/2015

British Ambassador to Israel H.E. Matthew Gould bestowed upon BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi an honorary Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in the name of Queen Elizabeth II on Monday afternoon at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Ramat Gan.

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