Israel’s First Cyber Security Incubator Established at BGUBGU and its technology transfer company, BGN Technologies, are expected to begin operations on Israel's first ever cyber security incubator in Beer-Sheva in 2013. The incubator program will be established in partnership with Israeli venture capital firm Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP).
In a City Under Bombardment, BGU Students Volunteer to HelpBGU may be temporarily canceled, but its spirit of community has not been. As rockets rain on Beer-Sheva, students volunteer to help ease the trauma of the city’s residents and bring a little cheer into the increasingly stressful environment Research.
BGU Student Profile: Shir MnuchinAn active student leader, Shir Mnuchin chose BGU because of its reputation for encouraging community involvement.
Helping Fill the Need for Bedouin School PsychologistsIsrael21C -- A special master's program in educational psychology at BGU is training professionals to help children handle the intricacies of life in the Bedouin community.
When a Girl Builds a RobotBGU's Prof. Hugo Guterman is looking to increase the number of female engineers by teaching robotics to middle and high school girls in Beer-Sheva.
BGU Overseas Student Program Adopted by the University of ...The state university system of California has re-joined the list of world-class universities that will send students to the Ginsburg-Ingerman Overseas Student Program (OSP) at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beer-Sheva, Israel.
AABGU Launches Zin Fellows Leadership Development ProgramThis exclusive innovative program is designed to create a community of “next generation leaders” committed to furthering David Ben-Gurion’s vision for Israel’s Negev region. Zin Fellows experience in-depth immersion into issues relevant to the Negev and its development.
Rutgers Law Partner with BGU’s Open ApartmentsA group of Rutgers University law students learn valuable lessons on community-university relationships.
Dispatch from Beer-ShevaNew Jersey Jewish News Editor-in-Chief Andrew Silow-Carroll gets a firsthand view of Israeli resiliency.
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