Achievements & Awards

Achievements & Awards

2018 - 2019

  • Prof. Emeritus Moshe Kaveh, former BIU President, for winning the Prize for Higher Education granted by the Israel Council for Higher Education for “heading an academic institution and causing a significant change that has led to the extraordinary development of the institution.”

  • Prof. Emeritus Rami Benbenishty, Louis and Gabi Weisfeld School of Social Work, on his election as a Fellow of the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare.

  • Dr. Ittai Bar-Siman-Tov, Faculty of Law, on his appointment as general editor of the leading publication in the world in the field of legislation, Theory and Practice of Legislation; and as co-chairman of the Israel Legislation Association, a branch of the International Association of Legislation.

  • Prof. Kimmy Caplan, Israel and Golda Koschitzky Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry, on winning the Shapiro Prize for Best Book in Israel Studies in 2018 for his biography, Amram Blau: The World of Neturei Karta’s Leader.

  • Prof. Avraham (Avi) Faust, Martin (Szusz) Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology, on his appointment as a member of the Executive Committee of the Israel Exploration Society.

  • Prof. Emeritus Aaron Gedanken, Department of Chemistry, for his research in developing minoxidil nanoparticles based anti-baldness technology distinguished as one the top 100 scientific discoveries, which is among the two percent of 5,000 scientific discoveries in the criterion of technological uniqueness, high commercial potential and positive impact for the wellbeing of humankind.

  • Prof. Zehavit Gross, School of Education, on her appointment as a member of the Public Advisory Council for Civil Service, under the Civil Service Law 5777 – 2017.

  • Prof. Beena Kalisky, Department of Physics and the Nanotechnology Institute, for being selected by Globes, a daily evening financial newspaper in Israel, as one of the 50 most influential women in 2018, and for being elected to the Israel Young Academy.

  • Prof. Sarit Kraus, Department of Computer Science, for being selected- by Israel’s daily business newspaper, The Marker, as one of 21 women who have led a significant change to Israel’s high-tech industry.

  • Prof. Ramit Mehr, Mina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences, on being named a 2018 Fellow of the Society for Mathematical Biology for being a distinguished contributor to the discipline and to the Society.

  • Dr. Nahshon Perez, Department of Political Studies, for his book, Women of the Wall: Navigating Religion in Sacred Sites (Oxford University Press, 2017) being awarded the Outstanding Book Award for 2017 by the Israeli Political Science Association.

  • Prof. Marcela Sulak, Department of English Literature and Linguistics, for winning a fellowship in Literature Translation from the National Endowments for the Arts.

  • Dr. Noam Yoran, Program for Science, Technology and Society, for being elected as a member of the Israel Young Academy in Humanities and Social Sciences of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities of 2018.

  • Prof. Avi Zadok, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering, for being elected as a member of the Executive Committee of the Israel Young Academy and for his article being selected for publication on opto-mechanical time-domain reflectometry in the prestigious Nature Communications journal (The article was written in collaboration with research students in his laboratory: Gil Bashan, Hagai Diamandi, Yosef London and Eyal Preter).

  • Prof. Doron Aurbach, Department of Chemistry, 2019 recipient of the Eric and Sheila Samson Prime Minister's Prize for Innovation in Alternative Fuels for Transportation (together with Dr. Lars Peter from the NESTE Company in Finland) in recognition of his recent contribution to the breakthrough development of a new type of magnesium battery. Prof. Aurbach is the first Israeli winner in the history of this prize.

  • Prof. Judit Bar-Ilan, Department of Information Science, on her winning the Award for Information Sciences in 2018 from the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T).

  • Prof. Dror Fixler, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering, on receiving honorary membership from the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) for his significant contribution to this field.

  • Prof. Yehuda Lindell, Department of Computer Science, on the occasion of his winning the Prime Minister's Award for Israeli Innovation for his breakthrough technology in the field of defense in the online world, and on the development of privacy protection technology.

  • Prof. Aren Maeir, Martin (Szusz) Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology, for winning the ASOR Prize for 2018 for a special contribution to the area of Field Archeology.

  • Prof. Michal Alberstein, Faculty of Law, on her appointment as a member of the ERC starting grant evaluation panel of 2018.

  • Prof. Joshua Schwartz, Martin (Szusz) Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology, on the occasion of his appointment as Chairman of the Israel Antiquities Authority.

  • Prof. Avi Weiss, Department of Economics, on the occasion of his election as a member of the academic staff of the appeals committee for the Supervision of Prices of Commodities and Services Law, 1996.

  • Prof. Avinatan Hassidim, Department of Computer Science, for being selected by The Marker as one of the 40 most promising young scientists under the age of 40 for 2018.

  • Prof. Adam Ferziger, Israel and Golda Koschitzky Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry, on his election to the Board of Directors of the American Association of Jewish Studies (AJS) for a three-year term.

  • Prof. Ido Kanter, Department of Physics, for the inclusion of his research paper as one of the top 25 articles for 2018 in Medical Express.

  • Dr. Yoel Greenberg, Department of Music, for winning the David Kraehenbuehl Prize for 2016-17 for his article, Of Beginnings and Ends: A Corpus-Based Inquiry into the Rise of the Recapitulation.

  • Dr. Manal Totry-Jubran, Faculty of Law, on the occasion of her winning the Gorny Award for Young Researchers in Public Law.

  • Dr. Nomy Dickman, Head of the Unit for Evaluation and Advancement of Education at the Faculty of Medicine, on her election as the Israeli representative of the European Community of Team-Based Learning.

  • Dr. Benjamin Zaidel, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering, for receiving Third Place in the Bell Labs Award for 2018.

  • The Kofkin Faculty of Engineering, for being ranked first among all the universities in Israel by Times Higher Education (THE).

  • Prof. Ofer Amir, Azrieli Faculty of Medicine, was elected Head of the Israeli Association of Cardiologists.

  • Dr. Dotan Arad, Israel and Golda Koschitzky Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry, won the Shlomo and Bella Bertel "Nation and World" Prize for his article "Destruction and Remembrance: The Destruction of the Damascus Synagogue."

  • Prof. Nimer Assy, Azrieli Faculty of Medicine, was listed as one of the 10 most inspiring lecturers in Israel.

  • Dr. Vadim Axelrod, Leslie and Susan Gonda Goldschmied Multidiciplinary Brain Research Center, was awarded the title of APS Rising Star.

  • Prof. Moshe Bar, Leslie and Susan Gonda Goldschmied Multidiciplinary Brain Research Center, was appointed a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science.

  • Dr. Baruch Barzel, Department of Mathematics, and Dr. Malachi Noked, Department of Chemistry, won the 2019 Krill Prize.

  • Prof. Yuval Feldman, Faculty of Law, won the 2019 Cheshin Prize for Senior Researchers.

  • Prof. Miron Isaacson, Jewish Literature, was appointed as a member of the Academy of the Hebrew Language.

  • Prof. Danny Kaplan, Department of Sociology, was awarded the Louis Gutman Prize for outstanding article by the Sociology Association.

  • Prof. Michael Lasker, Middle East Studies, was appointed Editor-in-Chief of the Sussex (UK) Academic Press.

  • Dr. Limor Lavie, Department of Arabic, won an Alon Fellowship in Humanities.

  • Dr. Hillel Mali, Naftal-Yaffe Department of Talmud, won a Fulbright Scholarship for Better Doctors.

  • Profs. Gary Mole and Silvia Adler, Department of French Studies, were awarded "Chevaliers dans l'Ordre des Palms Académiques/Knights of the Order of Academic Palms."

  • Dr. Jonathan Ruhman, Department of Physics, won an Alon Fellowship for Exact Sciences.

  • Dr. Ayelet Sela, Facutly of Law, won a prize from the international Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution for her article entitled "Can Computers be Fair?"

  • Prof. Tamar Wolf-Monson, Jewish Literature, was elected to the Azrieli Foundation for support of excellent doctoral students in the Humanities.

  • Prof. Jeffrey Woolf, Naftal-Yaffe Department of Talmud, was appointed to the executive council of the Museum of Italian Jewry, Jerusalem.

  • Dr. Omry Koren and Dr. Ayal Hendel, Mina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences, were elected to the Forum for Young Biuotechnology Researchers of the Natural Sciences Division of the Israel Academy of Sciences for the years 2018-19.

  • Prof. Eliezer Tauber, Department of Middle Eastern Studies, for winning the 2019 Jabotinsky Prize for Literature and Research for his book, Deir Yassin: The End of the Myth.

  • Prof. Dror FixlerInstitute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), was appointed as an associate editor of the IEEE Photonics Journal.

  • Prof. Moshe Deutsch, Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), was appointed as Israel's representative in the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI), an advisory body to the EU on science policy-making and infrastructure.

  • Prof. Eli Barkai, Department of Physics and a member of BINA, received the Alexander von Humboldt Research award for scientific collaboration with German scientists.

  • Dr. Adi Salomon, Department of Chemistry and a member of BINA, received the 2018 Krill award of the Wolff Foundation for young scientists.

  • Dr. Beena Kalisky, Department of Physics and a member of BINA, received the 2017 Nathan Rosen Memorial Prize in Experimental Physics for a Young Faculty Member, given by the IPS (Israel Physics Society).

  • Prof. Zeev Zalevsky, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering and director of BINA’s Nano Photonics Center, received the Asian Advanced Materials Award for 2018 given by IAAM (International Association of Advanced Materials) for his outstanding contribution in the field of Advanced Materials and Technology. He also received the 2018 BIG (Business Intelligence Group) Innovation Award, amongst other awards and prizes.

  • Prof. Emmanuel Friedheim, Israel & Golda Koschitzky Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry, was recently appointed editor of the prestigious European publication La Revue des Études Juives (The Jewish Studies Review), published by The Société des Études Juives (The Society of Jewish Studies).

  • Prof. Dov Ber Kotlerman,  Joseph and Norman Berman Department of Literature of the Jewish People, won the Dr. Hirsh and Dvora Rosenfeld Award for Yiddish Literature for his collection of novellas "Der Sod fun Vayse Bern" (The Secret of Polar Bears).

  • Prof. Shlomo Havlin, Department of Physics, has won the 2018 Israel Prize in Physics and Chemistry in recognition of his being a trailblazer in multiple areas of statistical physics and its implications for complex systems.

  • Prof. Doron Aurbach, Department of Chemistry and the BIU Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), has been bestowed with an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, for his "Development of electrochemical power sources as an excellent platform for promoting basic materials and surface science". 

  • Prof. Zeev Zalevsky Alexander Kofkin Faculty of Engineering and the BIU Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), was named Fellow of The National Academy of Inventors (NAI), an exclusive honor reserved for world renowned, trailblazing academic inventors.

  • Dr. Gur Yaari, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering, has been appointed Member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities. 

  • Prof. Zeev Zalevsky, Head of the Electro-Optics study track at the Kofkin Faculty of Engineering and Senior Researcher at BIU Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), has been awarded a Fellow status at IS&T (Society for Imaging Science and Technology) for his outstanding achievement in imaging engineering.

  • Michal Bouhnik-Marcus, doctoral candidate at the Neuro Engineering Research lab led by Prof. Orit Shefi at the Kofkin Faculty of Engineering has won the prestigious Rappaport Prize for Excelling Students of Biomedical Engineering. 

  • Dr. Eyal Avraham, a postdoctorall researcher at the Department of Psychology, and Dr. Rinat Meir, a postdoctoral researcher at the Kofkin Faculty of Engineering, have been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship for 2018-9 for outstanding postdoctoral researchers.

  • Prof. Zeev Zalevsky, head of the Electro-Optics Program at the Kofkin Faculty of Engineering and director of Bar-Ilan University's Nano-Photonics Center, has won the Young Investigator Award from the American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS).

  • Prof. Yaakov Kaduri, Zalman Shamir Department of Bible, was one of six scientists to be awarded a life membership in the prestigious Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Jerusalem.

  • Prof. Benjamin SredniMina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences, has been appointed a lifetime member of the National Academy of Medicine in Mexico. 

  • Prof. Rachela Popovtzer, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering and the Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), is the recipient of the Leon and Maria Taubenblatt Prize for Excellence in Medical Research. Prof. Popovtzer earned the award for her research on Theranostic Nanoparticles for Future Personalized Medicine.

Bar-Ilan University is proud of its students who have received external, competitively awarded scholarships and prizes in 2018 and 2019

  • Oshra Batzar, Nanotechnology and Biology; Meir Rinat, Bioengineering; Nava Leibowitz, Physics; and Danan Guthold, Computational Biology; for winning fellowships for outstanding postdoctoral students for the 2018-2019 academic year.

  • Eyal Wallach, Department of Physics, on his winning the gold medal at the International Physics Olympiad (IPhO).

  • Lior Hadassi, Departments of Mathematics and Physics; and Itai Yehuda, Department of Computer Science; on their winning bronze medals in the International Mathematics Competition for High School Students (IMO).

  • Yoav Avidan and Ohad Sheinfeld, Department of Mathematics, for winning First Prizes in the International Mathematics Competition for University Students (IMC).

  • David Mass, Department of Computer Science, for winning the Adams Scholarship.

  • Herut Uzan, Department of Physics; Efrat Roth, Department of Physics; Sylvia Fox-Zvia, Department of Computer Science; for winning the scholarship for outstanding doctoral students in the high-tech field.

  • Or Shemesh, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering, for winning the MA Scholarship for Women's Studies in the High-Tech Sector, 2019.

  • Abadi Omri Yitzhak, Martin (Szusz) Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology; Michael Daniels, Linguistics and English Literature; David Michal, Martin (Szusz) Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology; Niran Gerstein, Jewish Thought, Asaf Saadon, Commentary and Culture, on their winning Rottenstreich Fellowships.

  • Nisan Ozana, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering; Bracha Laufer, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering; Amir Goldental, Department of Physics, for winning the Wolf Prize for Academic Year 2017-2018.

  • Tomer Iluz, Brain Sciences and Racheli Ron, Department of Chemistry, for winning the Clore Scholarship for the year 2018.

  • Shilat Haim-Nahum, School of Education, Vanessa Workman, Martin (Szusz) Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology, and Hallel Hagai Diamandi, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering, for winning the Azrieli Fellowship for Doctoral Students 2018/19.

  • Naseer Yara, Hanan Abu Hassan, Shaimaa Masarwa Nasser Yarra, Department of Psychology, Abu Hassan Hanan, Mina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences, Masaru Shimaa, Mina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences, for winning the PBC scholarship for graduate students Research for the Arab Society.

  • Nasser Moolham, Department of Chemistry, for winning a scholarship for outstanding doctoral students in the Arab society.

  • Rami Abu Hamad, PhD student in the Arabic Department, for winning a scholarship on a competitive basis from the Academy of Arabic Language in Israel.

  • Yiftach Frankel and Herut Uzan, Department of Physics, were selected to participate in an exclusive meeting with Nobel Prize Laureates in the field of Physics.

  • Yaron Laufer, Kofkin Faculty of Engineering, won an Adams scholarship for 2019.

  • Danny Adamso, Program for Hermeneutics and Cultural Studies, for winning the "President of the State of Israel” scholarship for excellence and scientific innovation in the field of 70 years of independence.

 

2017

2016

2015

  • The Azrieli Fellowship, who provides generous financial support to the best and brightest researchers at Israeli Universities, was awarded to Michael Danzuger of the Department of Physics, and Natan Goldstein of the Department of Economics. 
  • Yitzhak Baruch Goldstein of the Department of Computer Science, was awarded an Adam Fellowship, given to outstanding doctoral students in the exact sciences, mathematics, and the life sciences. 
  • Hagit Porat, of the Mina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life sciences, received a Clore Fellowship, granted to outstanding and promising Israeli scientists pursing a career in natural sciences.
  • The Alon fellowship for outstanding absoption of young faculty was awarded to Dr. Shiri Regev-Messalem of the Faculty of Law, Dr. Pinchas Roth of the Department of Talmud and Dr. Rubin Jonathan of the Land of Srucied and Archeology Department. 
     
  • Dr. Sharon Ruthstein, of the Department of Chemistry, has been awarded the Krill Prize for Excellence in Scientific Research, granted by the Wolf Foundation to Israeli returning scientists.
     
  • Dr. Vadim Axelrod of the Gonda Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center was awarded the Rothchild fellowship for 2015 for his reasearch in Cognitive Neuroscience.
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  • Prof. Eytan Gilboa, Director of the  Center for International Communication at BIU and Senior Research Associate at the BESA Center for Strategic Studies, was elected Chair of Israel Communication Association for a 3-year term. 
  • Prof. Sarit Kraus, of BIU's Computer Science Department and Visiting Professor at the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, was named ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Fellow. Prof. Kraus' innovative research  focuses on artificial intelligence, particularly multi-agent systems their interaction proficiently with people. 
2014
  • Dr. Elie Holzer, of the Churgin School of Education, won the prestigious 2014 National Jewish Book Award for his work A Philosophy of Havruta: Understanding and Teaching the Art of Text Study in Pairs Dr. Holzer's book was selected "as the best written, most comprehensive and engaging book" in the category of Education and Jewish Identity, according to the panel of judges.
     
  • Prof. Arie Zaban, of BIU's Department of Chemistry and former Founding Director of the Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials, is the winner of the 2015 Prize for Outstanding Scientist of the Israel Chemical Society (ICS). 
     
  • Prof. Ruth Halperin-Kaddari, Director of the Ruth and Emanuel Rackman Center for the Advancement of the Status of Women at the Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law, is the recipient of the 2014 Katan Award for the Advancement of Gender Justice through Voluntary Work.  The Award is given by the Ruach Nashit NGO in Israel in recognition of commitment to social activities and volunteerism on behalf of women and Israeli society.
     
  • The Israel Association of Public Law betwoed the 2014 Uriel Gorni Award for Young Reserachers upon Dr. Ori Aronson of BIU's Faculty of Law.
     
  • Professor Sharon Gannot of the Faculty of Engineering was awarded a prize for excellence for a published article on signal processing by The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
     
  • The Israel Association of Public Law bestowed the 2014 Uriel Gorni Award for Young Reserachers upon Dr. Ori Aronson of BIU's Faculty of Law
     
  • Prof. Betty Olivero, of BIU's Music Department, is the recipient of the Ministry of Culture and Sports' Creativity in Zionism Award. The award is given for Prof. Olivero's excellent dramatic creation, uniquely based on the Jewish heritage of the Balkan, Moroccan and Spanish Jewish communities. 
     
  • Prof. Haim Cohen of the Mina & Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences is awarded The “Leon and Maria Taubenblatt Prize for Excellence in Medical Research” for the academic year 2013/2014 for his research on extension of healthy lifespan and curing age related diseases by preventing the physiological damages of obesity and diabetes. 
  • Prof. Alon Korngreen won the prestigious NSF-BSF (National Science Foundation - Binational US Israel Science Foundation) award, together with his collaborators, Prof. Nathan Urban and Prof. Rob Kass of Carnegie Mellon University

  • Dr. Hadar Dancig-Rosenberg, for BIU's Faculty of Law, was awarded the 2014 Shneior Zalman Heshin Prize for Academic Excellence in Law, given annually by the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

  • Prof. Doron A. Peled, of BIU's Department of Computer Science, won the prestigious 2014 CAV (Computer-Aided Verification) Award, for the development of partial-order reduction algorithms for efficient state-space exploration of concurrent systems.

  • Prof. Aaron Demsky, professor of biblical history at Bar-Ilan University and director of a project studying Jewish names, is the winner of the 2014 Bialik Prize, an annual literary award given for significant accomplishments in Jewish Thought.
     
  • Prof. Shamma Friedman, of the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies has won the prestigious Israel Prize for research in Talmud. The judging committee said Professor Friedman was chosen for his "enormous and varied study of Talmudic literature, which has earned him an international reputation as a leading speaker on the study of the Mishnah and Tosefta, and questions of literary structure and formation of the Talmud text." 
     
  • Dr. Dror Fixler, of the Faculty of Engineering, received the 2014 Lord Turnberg Fellowship, given by The Academy of Medical Science in England, for his groundbreaking research on optical properties of plasmonic nanoparticles and biomedical applications.
  • Sanna Lonnfors, a student at the Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program in Creative Writing, has been awarded a research grant by Yad Vashem for research on her thesis, titled: Meine geliebten, goldenen Kinderer: Silenced Voices from the Holocaust. Lonnfors, who's personal mentor in the Creative Writing program is Prof. Evan Fallenberg, has also received funding from the Chydenius Foundation, a Finnish organization.

  • Dr. Dancig-Rosenberg Hadar of BIU’s Faculty of Law, won the prestigious Cheshin Law Prizefor Academic Excellence in Law , given annually by The Shneur Zalman Cheshin Fund for Academic Excellence in Law and the Faculty of Law of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
     
  • Prof. Gideon Parchomovsky of the Faculty of Law won the Zeltner Prize awarded to senior researchers
     
  • Prof. Doron Aurbach of BIU's Department of Chemistry and Director of the Nano Cleantech Center at the Bar-Ilan Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), was awarded the prestigious International Battery Association (IBA) Yeager Award for his work in advancing battery technology.
     
  • Prof. Kimmy Caplan, of the Department of Jewish History, was appointed as Member of the Board of Directors of the American Association for Jewish Studies (AJS), the only representative of an Israeli Academic Institute.
     
  • The Ruth and Emanuel Rackman Center for the Advancement of the Status of Women in the Faculty of Law at Bar-Ilan University has received the Gorni Prize from the Israeli Association of Public Law for its noteworthy activities in promoting human rights.
     
  • Dr. Aren Maeir, of the Martin (Szusz) Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology, was appointed Associate Editor at the Israel Exploration Journal, Israel Exploration Society's official publication, and the most important publication in the field of Land of Israel Archaeology.
  • Prof. Gershon Bacon, of the Department of Jewish History, together with Dr. Mirjam Rajner of the Program for Jewish Art, won an ISF grant for the purpose of holding an international research workshop to investigate the Holocaust in Yugoslavia.  The workshop is partly sponsored by Yad Vashem. 

  • Prof. Louis Rowen of the Department of Mathematics was named Fellow of the American Mathematical Society (AMS), For contributions to noncommutative algebra, and for service to the mathematical community.

  • Prof. Yair Goldreich of The Department of Geography and Environment won the Luke Howard Award, offered annually by the International Association for Urban Climate.

  • Prof. (Emeritus) Shlomo Havlin of the Department of Physics won the Rothchild award for Chemistry and Physics for the year 2014, for his exceptional contribution in the field of statistical physics of complex systems and its substantive affect on such fields as mathematics, computer sciences and biology.

  • Dr. Yael Bloch-Elkon of the School of Communication was honored with the prestigious Bruce E. Gronbeck Political Communication Research Award

  • Prof. Yehuda Lindell of the Department of Computer Science was awarded yet another ERC research grant.

  • Dr. Galia Yanoshevsky of the Department of French Studies, was knighted by the French Board of Education.

  • Prof. Susan Rothstein of the Department of English Literature and Linguistics was appointed member of the prestigious Academic Europaea

  • Prof. Eliezer Schlossberg, Lecturer at the Department of Arabic and Deputy Dean of the School of Graduate Studies, was appointed Chairman of the Committee of Teaching Arabic, Arab Studies and Islam at the Israel Board of Education.

  • Dr. Itamar Drori of the Department of Literature of the Jewish People (Hebrew Literature and the Literature of Jewish Languages) won the Gershon Shaked Award for Exception Doctoral Dissertation.

2013 
 

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