Student Spotlight: Svenja Reinholtz

By Svenja Reinholtz, a student of MA program in Peace and Conflict Management, 2018-2019 Cohort. At first glance, moving to Haifa changed little for me. I moved from a big port city to another big port city, from living next to a University to living on Campus and from a place translatable as “Black Mountain” to Mount…

Israel. I didn’t plan to, but I left a piece of my heart there.

By Václav Misík,  alum of MA program in National Security Studies, 2017-2018 Cohort. Israel. It’s been more than a month since I came back home [to the Czek Republic]. I didn’t want to write anything until I was done with all my papers but I handed in my last one a week ago so I’m at liberty…

My Experiences at the University of Haifa as an International Student

By Htoi Zawng Naw, a student of MPH in Global Health Leadership & Administration, 2017-2018 Cohort. My name is Htoi Zawng Naw. I am a dentist from northern part of Myanmar called Kachin State. Currently I am studying Master of Public Health in Global Health Leadership and Administration program at the University of Haifa, Israel. Living in…

Sharing the Same Passion for Improving the Lives of Children

By Valentina Korbar, a student of MA program in Child Development, 2017-2018 Cohort. Today was the last day of classes in my M.A. Program in Child Development at University of Haifa, and I still cannot believe that this academic year is almost over. I know I cannot yet understand all the processes and changes that I went…

Alumna Madene Shacher Publishes Chapter in New EVZ Foundation Book

Originally posted on Holocaust Studies in Haifa:
Madene Shacher, an alumna of the Weiss-Livnat International MA Program in Holocaust Studies, Cohort II, has co-authored a chapter published in a new book from the EVZ Foundation. (EVZ, an acronym from German, is translated as; Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility, and Future). The new book; Interactions. Explorations of Good Practice in Educational Work with…