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 … More Sharing the Same Passion for Improving the Lives of Children

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…

Students Reflect – Fall Semester with the International MA in Maritime Civilizations

By Sara Macke & Peri Buch, students of MA program in Maritime Civilizations, 2017-2018 Cohort. February 25 marked the first day of our second semester as students of the International MA in Maritime Civilizations. The past semester has consisted of a wide and extensive array of classes from micropaleontology to historiography to ship construction, not to forget … More Students Reflect – Fall Semester with the International MA in Maritime Civilizations

Student Spotlight: Elisabeth Bachhuber

By Elisabeth Bachhuber, a student of MA program in Peace and Conflict Management, 2017-2018 Cohort. Hey everyone! My name is Elisabeth, but most people just call me Elli. Elisabeth sounds far to serious…Even though I like to be serious from time to time, I generally prefer encountering people around me on cordial terms. Coming from Germany – … More Student Spotlight: Elisabeth Bachhuber