Dr. Ruth Promises “Good Sex for Life” for Donations
The renowned psychosexual therapist will be receiving an honorary doctoral degree from BGU in May. To commemorate the honor, she is establishing the Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer Endowed Scholarship for Psychology.
Brains of People with Autism Look Same in MRI
BGU researchers study brain anatomy differences between autistic and typically developing individuals.
Are “Flops” a Success in Basketball?
BGU researchers reveal that widespread cheating is not beneficial after all.
AABGU Supports University Students Impacted by War
AABGU provided $1 million for BGU students affected by Operation Protective Edge.
BGU Prof. Shares Israeli Water Research
Water expert Prof. Eilon Adar visits California to share water technology and drought experience.
Public/Private Cyber Center Established with BGU
New CyberSpark Industry Initiative will forge a new economic path for the region.
Murray Shusterman Provides $1 Million to BGU
Long-term AABGU national board member Murray Shusterman is strengthening BGU's security infrastructure.
AABGU Expresses Israel Solidarity
AABGU leadership attended a D.C. assembly in support of Israel. Regional offices participated in solidarity rallies.
Green Spaces Found to Increase Birth Weight
A BGU study find that pregnant women who are often in parks and gardens give birth to healthier babies.
Mediterranean Diet Has Effects on Cognitive Decline
While the Mediterranean diet has health benefits, its impact differs among race-specific populations.