Dr. Rania Okby, a Bedouin Woman Role ModelDr. Rania Okby, the world's first female Bedouin physician, graduated from BGU in 2004.
BGU and JVP Launch Cyber Security IncubatorHoused in Beer-Sheva's Advanced Technologies Park, CyberLabs is Israel's first cyber security incubator.
BGU Med School Grads Are the Most Socially InvolvedA study finds that BGU-trained doctors are more concerned with closing societal gaps.
An Ecosystem of Tech Innovation in Southern IsraelBeer-Sheva's Advanced Technologies Park is projected to spur high-tech job growth in the region.
Beer-Sheva’s Big Tech BreakBen-Gurion's vision of a thriving Negev is being realized by industry, academia and the IDF.
Mandel Foundation Awards $13 Million to BGUBGU will construct the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Institute for Social Leadership building.
From Start-Up Nation to Cyber NationIsrael is poised to tackle one of the 21st century's great challenges, and it's happening in Beer-Sheva.
Addressing the Middle East’s Mental Health NeedsBGU conducted a workshop for human service professionals and educators from throughout the Middle East.
Israel’s Remarkable ReforestationJ Weekly -- BGU Prof. Alon Tal's new book describes the political, national and environment Researchal implications of the greening of Israel from 1918 to present day.
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