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A delegation of entrepreneurs and government officials from Ethiopia visited Israel as part of UN innovation delegation and was hosted at HIT upon the recommendation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Minister of Tourism, MK Yoel Razvozov, visited HIT in order to learn first-hand about the possibilities of advancing the emerging field of Travel Tech, in Israel and the globally, by tapping into HIT’s considerable R&D capabilities in computer sciences, design and instructional technologies.

Dr. Hagit Meishar Tal and Dr. Meital Amzaleg, both from the Faculty of Instructional Technologies, received a grant of 100,000 NIS from the Higher Education Council's Planning and Budgeting Committee, and an additional amount from HIT, to encourage unique and innovative activities for improving the quality of teaching and learning in higher education institutions

The graduation ceremony marking the conclusion of the specialized training program in train electrification and green transportation for engineers was held at the Faculty of Engineering. The program was established by HIT as a joint initiative with the Israel Railways, the Electric Company, and the Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd.

Dr. Jonathan Schler, Head of the Department of Computer Sciences at HIT, received a three year grant from the ISF (Israel Science Foundation) for his research on :"The Wwitings of Nicholas of Damascus - Interpretation, Translation and Digital Aanalysis".

Five students from BAKU State University (BSU), Azerbaijan, spent a week of "Summer School" studies at HIT, as part of SABAH master's degree" project, and HIT students exchange. 

A support system built specifically for the five-and-a-half-year-old Hodaya who suffers from cerebral palsy and visual impairment has completely changed her ability to play independently in kindergarten.

Dor Carmon, a graduate of the Department of Industrial Design at HIT, received the prestigious 2022 iF Design Award presented annually by the international Industrial Design Forum

Researchers from the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Technology Management at HIT to take part in a new EIT-funded project for boosting innovation and entrepreneurship.

The Dutch delegation included hospital directors, senior officials of the Dutch healthcare system and medtech officials from the private sector