Student Spotlight: Jennifer Oliver

By Jennifer Oliver, a student of MA program in Jewish Studies, 2017-2018 Cohort. As a librarian and middle school English literature teacher in America, I was surrounded by books about people who had traveled this world and experienced astounding adventures. In my mind, I journeyed with these bold characters page after page; but in reality, I remained in … More Student Spotlight: Jennifer Oliver

Opening Dinner for Students in Dalyat El-Carmel

Last week, the teachers and students of the International MA in Israel Studies and the International MA in Jewish Studies programs, enjoyed a shared dinner to celebrate the beginning of the 2017-18 academic year. As always we met at a private house in Dalyat El-Carmel, the Druze village south of Haifa to eat a homemade … More Opening Dinner for Students in Dalyat El-Carmel

Cohort V Student reflects on her year in the Weiss-Livnat International MA Program in Holocaust Studies

Originally posted on Holocaust Studies in Haifa:
Cohort V Student Mallory It has already been a month since we said goodbye to Cohort V. Our student Mallory reflects on her life changing year, shares her plans for the future, and gives advice for the students of Cohort VI, who we have the pleasure of welcoming…

New Cohort Arrives to the University of Haifa!

The 2017-2018 cohort of student in the International MA programs at the University of Haifa arrived on October 15. See what the students have been up to during their first week in Haifa! Evening Cafe: Students gathered in the dorm moadon (club) for a gathering after moving into the dormitories. Tour of Haifa: Our students … More New Cohort Arrives to the University of Haifa!

Dear Incoming Students

By Meredith Scott, a student of MA program in Holocaust Studies, 2016-2017 Cohort. Dear new students, Rachel, from the International School asked me to write a blog for incoming students. She asked me to basically write a letter to myself, what I would have told myself October 22, 2016, when I moved to Haifa. Academics: First, allow … More Dear Incoming Students