Teen Hero Given Full Scholarship to BGU after Saving the Lives of ...17-year-old Arina Shestopolov Censor saved the lives of a Ben-Gurion University student and another Beer-Sheva resident. For her brave efforts under fire, BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi offered her a full scholarship.
Reaching the Youth of Israel’s PeripheryBGU is bringing quality science education to the children of the Negev at the Ilan Ramon Youth Physics Center.
Bedouin Women Weavers Visit NYCA group of Bedouin women from Lakiya Negev Weaving shared how their business is empowering their community.
Healthcare Lessons at BGU from Inside a New CultureNortheastern University students learn about providing medical care in a multicultural environment.
Memorial Garden for Sandy Breslauer Dedicated at BGUThe Sandy Breslauer Garden was dedicated on Monday at the Marcus Family Campus of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev as part of the University's 41st Annual Board of Governors Meeting.
The Face of Israel’s Last FrontierThe San Diego Jewish Journal's editor finds out first-hand how BGU is making an impact on the Negev.
BGU Launches First Bedouin Research DatabaseBGU is launching the first research database of professional literature on Bedouin society in the Negev region of southern Israel.
Student Profile: Zahava MandelbaumZahava Mandelbaum studied abroad at BGU's Ginsburg-Ingerman Overseas Student Program.
Beer-Sheva’s Socially Conscious Street FestivalIsrael21C -- Three thousand people, many of them BGU students, celebrated socially and environmentally conscious businesses on Beer-Sheva's Ringelblum Street.
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