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Prof. Agnieszka Ziemiszewska, who came to Israel from Poland for the first time as a guest lecturer in the Faculty of Design International Workshop Week, summed up her experience by saying how impressed she was by HIT – as well as the Tel Aviv ‘experience.’  “The diversity of people who come together from such different places in this melting pot called Israel is exciting". 

Prof. Alla Zak, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Sciences, talks about the gender bias that causes women to apply less to the technological professions.

The Minister of Education, Technology and Science of the Republic of Kosovo paid a first-time visit to the HIT campus

 "Our responsibility as designers continues even after the design process ends", is the slogan that accompanies the annual International Design Workshop week at HIT. The week features guest lectures from senior academicians from all over Europe, impressive installations and intensive multi-national student collaborations.

Prof. Alla Zak was appointed Acting Dean of the Faculty of Sciences

Advanced developments in medical technologies, innovative ways to address the global food shortage, state-of-the-art inroads in instructional technologies – these are but some of the topics discussed during the official visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Education of Singapore in HIT

In the wake of Covid-19 students are not eager to return to frontal classes on campus

The HIT Faculty of Design, in collaboration with the International School of Design in Cologne (KISD), Germany, invites you to take a journey into another culture.

A distinguished scientific delegation from the C2SHIP were the guests of the Department of Digital Medical Technologies.  The visit included an extensive review of the activities of the, and also a site visit of the MADE Lab,  a multidisciplinary R&D facility combining design, bioengineering and the LIVING LAB - an open research laboratory focusing on homecare solutions for the elderly – the only one of its kind in Israel.  

Inbal Kahaner, an industrial designer who graduated from the HIT’s Industrial Design Department in 2008 was recently awarded the internationally renowned "Red Dot" Design Award for her creation of the STREAM series of chairs, utilizing a unique process of injection molds allowing for mass production of sustainable products.