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.
A Well of Artistry Springs in Beer-ShevaHabeer, a new conceptual art space supported by BGU, opens in the old city of Beer-Sheva.
BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi in the SpotlightProf. Rivka Carmi makes Israel21C's list of Israel's top 10 female executives, and speaks to the Jerusalem Post about BGU and academia's role in society.
Philanthropist Larry Goodman Pledges $3 Million for BGU’s ...Through the years, the Lillian and Larry Goodman Foundation has supported BGU's Open Apartments Program and recently pledged an additional $3 million to ensure the program’s sustainability and growth. Currently, 104 students reside in 63 apartments. The Foundation’s contribution will enable the acquisition of 10 more apartments to house 30 additional students by October 2012.
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