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An innovative algorithm for identifying quotations and references in Jewish-historical texts, developed at the department of computer sciences, receives a grant from the Ministry of Science and Technology.

A prestigious grant was awarded by the Ministry of Science to HIT, together with Ariel University and the Kaplan Medical Center, to promote applied projects and encourage entrepreneurship among researchers in academia. The grant also aims to provide a financial bridge between earlier stages of a project deemed as potentially commercially toward its further development.

For his appointment as Chief of Academic Staff at HIT.

Historic Visit: Academic collaboration between HIT and the UAE Ministry of Education Explored in First On-Site Visit

The Diverse Worlds of Archimedes: An Intriguing Look at the Everlasting Impact of a 3,000 Year-Old Genius

For his appointment as HIT's Rector.

As a 16-year-old young woman who emigrated to Israel on her own. with no family for support, she faced many challenges. Not only did she have to acclimate herself to a new land and culture, but she also lost her beloved father during this process. Both the ‘aliya’ and the devastating loss of the father to whom she was so very close defined who she was and toward what she strived in her personal journey for self-fulfillment.

As a child, the city market in Nazareth took center stage in the life of Rasha Mansour, a graduate of the interior design department at the Faculty of Design, who won the second place in the international competition INSPIRELI AWARDS - archicad, on her project "Zakariyat Al Nasra" - Community Cultural Center in the city of Nazareth.

How do issues such as body image, self-confidence, sustainability and others become projects whose role is to raise awareness and serve the environment while at the same time contribute to self-discovery and understanding as part of a self-healing process?

Three graduation ceremonies took place last week on our campus. 1,142 graduates, of whom 186 are graduating Summa cum laude and Magna cum laude received their diplomas in a series of ceremonies.