2019: Course in Business Negotiation Strategies in the Business Unit, Continuing and Foreign Studies Unit
2007-2006: Master’s degree (M.B.A.) Business Administration – Finance Management, Tel Aviv University.
1999-1995: Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) Business Administration – Accounting specialization, College of Management and passing a board exam for obtaining a CPA license.
2012 – Today: Financial Controller ⇄ A large organization existing by law
2004 – 2012: Financial Controller ⇄ A leading engineering project management company
2004-1999: Audit Manager (Manager) ⇄ Deloitte CPA Office
Military service: Full service in the role of operations sergeant in the Central Command.
1988-1992: Studying at Herzliya Comprehensive High School, a chemical-real trend
Place of residence: Moshav Talmei-Elazar
Marital status: married +6
Hobbies and leisure activities: sports, social and family gatherings, movies, excursions
MA in Comparative politics – Tel-Aviv University.
BA in Political Science and Sociology – Tel-Aviv University.
Dana is the deputy CEO of Academic Administration at Shenkar, and a senior partner in leading strategic and organizational processes in the college as a member of leadership.
Prior to her current position Dana was an assistant to the chair of the “Histadrut” and a personal assistant to the chairman of Na’amat, & an Emissary of the Jewish Agency in London.
Dana lives in Givatayim, married to Tomer and a proud mother to Alma, Amit and Uri.
She is a yoga fan, likes rock music and super heroes and happy to cook and bake from time to time.
BA in economics, MA in labor studies, PhD in Management (from the University of Twente, NL)
Born in Israel, 1956. 24 years of military career in senior intelligence and technology jobs. In the last 20 years a faculty member in Braude College.
Live in Haifa, Israel, with a spouse, father of 3 grown ups and grandfather of 2. I like to cook, travel, watch quality movies and listen to jazz music.
Bezalel, BFA 2001
California Institute of the Arts, MFA 2006
University of Sydney, PhD 2016
Toister is an artist, curator and scholar. Toiser’s artworks have been shown in numerous exhibitions (including: Sandroni.Rey; Dvir Gallery; Kunstahalle Luzern; Maison Europèenne de la Photographie; the 11th Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale; Kunstmuseen Krefeld; Israel Museum; Tel Aviv Museum). Toister’s writing has been published in catalogues and journals (including: Philosophy of Photography, CITAR, Mafte’akh Lexical Review, Ubiquity and Photographies). Toister’s forthcoming book will be published by Intellect/U.Chicago Press.
divorced +2, avid traveller and yogi.
LL.B. – Tel Aviv University
Master of Science – Management – Polytechnic University NY
Lawyer at the Legal office of the Weizmann Institute from 2006 – until 2012 . Since 2012 I serve as the the General Counsel of the Institute . In my role I consult the Institute’s management as well as the Institute’s Executive Board and the International Board.
I was involved in the establishment of several associations for advancing science education and I serve in their board.
I’m married and mother of two girls aged 20 (soldier) and 16. I live in Moshav Kfar Bilu.
I loves to travel – especially hiking – and I travel a lot – both in Israel – in the desert and around the world.
I Love reading, I’m engages in sports (running and Pilates) and I volunteer in Etgarim (an association with the goal of empowering and socially integrating people with disabilities through challenging sports in the out doors ) in a running and walking group.
in the last 3 years i am deputy director at bar-ilan university , in the past i was head of h.r in an hospitl and in a district of clallit health care organization
43 years old. married with 3 children. lives in rannana
B.Sc. in Computer Sciences and Mathematics
M.A. in Economics M.Sc. in Computer Sciences
I worked 10 years in the Budget Department at the Ministry of Finance and finished as Deputy Director. I was responsible for a large number of government ministries both in the budgetary aspect and in promoting reforms to improve civil service. I served 4 years as Deputy Director of the Israel Association of Community Centers, where we promoted informal education. Now I am the CFO of the Hebrew University.
Lives in Jerusalem, Married +4 loves to read, learn, sport – basketball and loves to run. Currently training for the Tiberias marathon
MSc. Organizational Behavior. Faculty of Management, Tel Aviv University.
B.A. Sociology & Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tel Aviv University
2017- Administrative Director, Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University
1992-2017 – College of Management: Head of administration in School of Law, Deputy Manager, Human Resources, Academic Secretary
1990-1992 – Private firm – consultant
1985-1990 – secretary in the Department of Education and Psychology, Tel Aviv University
1980-1985 – secretary in Arkia – airline company
military service – Airforce
Place of residents: Modi’in-Macabim-Reut
Married + 4 children
Hobbies: Walking, Swimming, Pilates, Cooking.
BA Film Studies
MA Communication Studies
I have been working at The Open University of Israel for more than twenty years; first in teaching, and later, in academic-administrative roles. For the past seven years, I have held the position of Academic Secretary. I am in charge of the senate and the faculty council, the formalization of statutes and regulations, recruitment, appointment and promotion of senior faculty, the accreditation process of academic programs, contact with the CHE/PBC, etc .
1998-2002 – Ph.D. in Clinical Biochemistry, Tel Aviv University, Israel
1996-1998 M.Sc. in Molecular Biology with distinction, Tel Aviv University, Israel
1990-1994 B.Sc. Gorkey Academy of Medicine, Russia
I immigrated to Israel in 1994. I graduated my M.Sc. and Ph.D. studies in Molecular Biology from Tel Aviv University. Then I accomplished my post-doctoral research at the J&J PRD in the USA. In 2005, I joined Department of Molecular Biology in the Ariel University. My research interest focuses on the understanding of the molecular mechanisms responsible for the development of behavioral disorders, including impairment of social interactions.
I live in Etz Efraim. I am married to Olda and father to Dafna, Ron and Jonatan. I play chess and love gardening.
Ph.D. Rutgers University
Until recently, Professor of communication studies and Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and visiting professor and co-director of the Institute for Information Policy at Penn State University . Studies the relationship between media and justice. Founding co-editor of the Journal of Information Policy. Serves on the boards of civil society organizations and held senior positions in Israel’s media and telecommunications industry.
Tel Aviv Yafo, married +4, likes sports, reading, theater and music.
1992-1994: B.Sc., the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Chemistry and the “Amirim” program for excellent students. Final grade 96.61 (out of 100), Summa Cum laude
1994-2000: Ph.D studies, Dept. of Organic Chemistry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Chemistry. Awarded PhD degree 6/2000, with distinction.
2000-2004: Post-doctoral research fellow at the Medical Research Council Centre for Protein Engineering, Cambridge, UK. Host: Prof. Sir Alan Fersht.
Born in Haifa,1971. B.Sc and Ph.D studies in HUJI. Between 2000-2004 post-doc, Cambridge, UK. Since 2004 faculty member at the institute of chemistry, HUJI. Between 2010-2015 head of the school of chemistry. Since 2015 the chairman of the HUJI central student admission committee. Since 2016 Vice-Rector of HUJI, in charge of student admission, the Hebrew university for the youth, special programs for the Arab and Haredi population and more.
Post Doctoral Position-: 2003-2006
Intelligence, Agents, Multimedia Group
Electronics & Computer Science
University of Southampton
PhD.-: 1998-2003: Bar Ilan University, Computer Science.
Thesis title: Agents for Dissemination and MarketBased Environments.
Advisor: Prof. Sarit Kraus.
M.Sc.-: 1995-1998: Bar-Ilan University, Computer Science (with distinction).
Thesis Title: Agents for information broadcasting.
Advisor: Prof. Sarit Kraus.
B.Sc.-: 1992-1995: Bar-Ilan University, Computer Science and Mathematics (with honor).
Esther David -associate professor in Computer Science Dept. Ashkelon Academic College. She did (2003-2006) a post doc at Southampton University, UK. . Her researches is AI – mechanism design for electronic commerce and online auction. She was founded by ministry of science during 2013-2017 for the Israeli-Taiwanese operation ( 400,000NIS). She has over 50 publications in leading AI conferences and Journals and have more than 1400 citations to her work.
I live in Ashkelon. I am married with eight children. I like to read and movies and travel with family.
B.A.: Psychology & Economics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1990)
PhD: Developmental Psychology, University of Michigan (1996)
Post-doc: Developmental Psychology, University of Arizona (1998)
Started at Bar-Ilan in 1998 as a Lecturer, rising to the rank of Full Prof in 2014. Spent a sabbatical (including teaching ) at Yale University in 2007/8.
Served as chair of various committees within the department (Graduate Studies, Ethics, Graduate Program in Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience), and was chair of the department between 2014-2016. Started current position in 10/19.
Published over 70 papers in professional journals.
I have been living in Raanana since 1998.
I am married + 3 “children” (aged 21, 19, and 17).
Main hobbies: sports (football, mountain biking, exercises), piano.
Leisure activities: culture (cinema, music) and good food.
B. Sc . in Aeronautical Engineering (Summa Cum Laude), Technion (1984), Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics (1991), the Weizmann Institute of Science
Born in Israel, 61 years old, served in the IDF as an officer in the Armor Corps. After Ph.D. in the Weizmann Institute of Science, spent two years as a post-doctoral fellow at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. Since 1993, a member of the Technion’s Computer Science Faculty. Served as Deputy Dean for undergraduate studies 2010-2013, and Dean of the Computer Science Faculty 2013-2017.
Living in Haifa, married to Irit, father of Gili, Amir and Meitar, and grandfather of Daniel and Itamar. Irit and I walk together about 5-6 km every day. Leisure activities: I like to write every now and then, mainly on life in the ivory tower, and also to perform on occasion, almost always in Hebrew. One uncommon exception was my performance in English on the occasion of the 75th birthday of my Ph. D. advisor Achi Brandt (“The Legend of Multigrid” on Youtube).
I have also recently translated from Hebrew to English a remarkable collection of poems my aunt has been writing since she was diagnosed with ALS.
2003-2006 Post-doctoral research under Prof. Dame Carol V. Robinson, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.
1996-2003 M.Sc./Ph.D. direct PhD program, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel.
1993-1996 B.Sc. Chemistry, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Cum laude.
Research in my lab focuses on unraveling the regulatory mechanisms that coordinate the protein degradation pathway. To do so we apply and develop novel native mass spectrometry approaches, in conjunction with biochemical and cell biology methods. Currently, I am a member of the Israel Young Academy, board member of the International Mass Spectrometry Foundation and serve as the vice president of ILANIT, the federation of Israeli societies of experimental biology.
I live in Rehovot and am married to Alon with three children (Ori 21, Naama 18 and Ronni 12). My main hobbies are hiking, reading and drawing.
Dean of the Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare. also the Advisor for Minorities Affairs to Hebrew University President, and the Head of the University Steering Committee for Accessibility to Higher Education among Arab Students.
My research evolves around issues related to child and youth welfare. She is especially interested in the area of youth at risk for becoming perpetrators and victims of violent and delinquent acts.
I am married and have two children. Liann is 18 years old and Fahim is 14. My Husband is a superintendent at the police
In my pleasure time I like to go to the gym
Moshe Lewenstein, deputy president of Bar-Ilan University, was formerly dean of exact sciences and chair of computer science. His research is on algorithms and data structures, especially for texts.
He is the recipient of an IBM faculty research award, a Google research award and a Gabrinus Fellowship.
He was a research fellow at IBM Watson Research center, NY (2012-2013), a visiting professor at NYU (2000) and U. of Waterloo (2012-2013).
Travel and Varied studies
B.Sc., Life Sciences 1988 Hebrew University
B.Sc. Computer Sciences 1989 Hebrew University
Ph.D., Neurobiology, 1994 Hebrew University
Post-Doctocal studies, Neurobiology, 1996 Stanford School of Medicine
Born in Vancouver Canada, Education in Life sciences , Computer sciences and Neurobiology
Joined the Faculty of Medicine in the Technion in 1997
Member of the Network Biology Labs, Technion
Head of the Rappaport Family Institute for Research in the Medical Sciences
Haifa, Married, three children
Ph.D., LLB, B.A., M.A.
Oren soffer is Professor in media and Communication Studies and Dean of Development and Learning Technology at the Open University of Israel. His research interests include the study of new media, while using traditional media theories to better understand new social and media phenomena. He has published on teams such as digital orality, user comment and the spiral of silence and nationalism in the digital era.
Single, father of 10-year-old Alma and 7-year-old Amittai. Lives in Tel Aviv. Active in the affairs of my children’s school (Arts) in particular and in the Tel Aviv education system in general. I co-produce and host the podcast “ADRABA”, with my colleague Prof. Tamar Herman. In this podcast we interview academics about their fields of research, from unconventional angles.
Raz Jelinek completed his bachelor’s degree in chemistry (summa cum Laude) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1988, continued his doctorate in chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley (1993), and was a Cancer Research Institute post-doctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. In 1996 he returned to Israel and took a faculty position at the Department of Chemistry at BGU. He was also Visiting Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins University, Jilin University (China) and NYU-Shanghai (China). Raz’s research interests are diverse and range from research into the molecular mechanisms of amyloid diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, through the development of chemical and biological sensors, food chemistry, nanoparticles, advanced optical materials, and energy storage systems.
Prof. Larisch was until recently, the chair of the Departments of Biology and Medical Sciences, currently the Head of the Apoptosis and Cancer Research Laboratory, University of Haifa, Israel. She received
her B.Sc. M.Sc. (summa cum laude) and PhD from the Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem. And her post-doctoral studies at the NIH/NCI, Bethesda, USA. She has founded a start-up company, ARTSaVIT, which develops small-molecule ARTS-mimetics as anti-cancer drugs.
1997-1999 B.A. Department of Social Work, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
2002-2003 M.A. Department of Social Work, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 2003-2005 M.A. Psychoanalysis, East London University, and Tavistock and Portman
NHS Trust, U.K.
2004-2009 Ph.D. Department of Social Work, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev,
2015-2016 School of Law, NYU, N.Y. Prof Carol Gilligan Visiting Researcher
2015 Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, N.Y. Social-Work Service Visiting Scholar, Enhancement of Social Work Leadership in Health Care.
Shir Daphna-Tekoah, dean at the Faculty of Social-Work, Ashkelon Academic College. She also works at Kaplan Medical-Center as the Head of the Social-Work Department. A substantial part of her work is dedicated to research and development of innovative models for assessment and treatment of maltreated children in the medical arena. She teaches and researches in the field of trauma, abuse, combat trauma, health care system and body-mind correlation.
I live in Modiin. My family includes my Husband Yoram, three children, and a dog. I practice Kung- Fu, twice a week, and love it. I belong to the Jewish reform congregation in my city.
PhD , The Department of Molecular Microbiology , Life Sciences, Tel Aviv University
Professor in Microbiology in the Department of Molecular Biology and
in the Adelson School of Medicine at Ariel University.
Head of the Lab of ‘Bacterial Pathogens and Antibiotic Resistance’.
My group is studying the molecular mechanisms of antibiotic
resistance and spread of resistance in bacterial pathogens
and develops new antibacterial treatments to treat infectious disease caused by resistant pathogens.
I have published more than 100 peer-review papers in antibiotic resistance.
Lives in Herzliya.
Married and mother to three children (23, 20 and 16).
In my free time – Travel, Yoga, and love to go to the Theater, to dance shows and art exhibitions.
BSc Technion, Haifa
MSc, PhD Faculty of Engineering, Tel Aviv University
2012 – Head, Department of Oral Biology, The Goldschleger School of Dental Medicine, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel
2015 – Commissioner sexual harassment, Tel Aviv University
2019 – Member of the Council for the Advancement of Women in Science and Technology, The
Ministry of Science and Technology, Israel
2019 – Sub-group on Gender harassment in academia, OECD
Living in Ramat-Gan, married, 2 children, 3 granddaughters. Playing in wind Kfar-Saba orchestra. Travel in Israel and abroad. Like to attend concerts and reading.
Tamir Tassa is a professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the Open University of Israel. Previously served as a lecturer and researcher at TAU and BGU. In 1993-1996 was an assistant professor at UCLA. Earned his PhD in mathematics from TAU in 1993. His research interests include secure multiparty computation, privacy-preserving data publishing and data mining, and secret sharing.
Lives in Kfar Saba. A father of a 9 year old daughter. Loves swimming, listening to music (classical and contemporary), theater, movies.
BA and MA – U of Haifa
PhD U of Pennsylvannia
Yariv Tsfati (BA, 1997; MA 1999, University of Haifa) received his Ph.D. from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania (2001). His research focuses on various facets of public opinion, in particular on trust in media and campaign effects. He served as chair of the Political Communication Division of ICA, as editor for the IJPOR, and as Associate Editor for the Journal of Communication.
I am married plus four kids. Thus, I have no time for hobbies and leisure activities
1. BPT-Tel Aviv University
2. MAPPSc-University of South Australia
3. PhD- Tel Aviv University
Dr. Youssef Masharawi is a senior lecturer (Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Medicine) a Physical Therapist and a Spine Researcher at TAU. He holds a master’s degree from the University of South Australia, a PhD from TAU, and a postdoctoral fellowship in Denmark. He is very active in accessing and empowering higher education in Arab society and serves as chair of the Steering Committee for Integrating Arabs at TAU.
A resident of Jaffa, married to a teacher and counselor, the father of three children, The first of whom is a biology teacher, the second is a school physical education student, and the youngest daughter is a school student. He has also a new Amazing grand daughter. He is a Researcher yet never left the clinic. He Loves to volunteer and to lecture in front of school students, loves to walk, watch movies, and to stay updated in politics.
Industrial and Management Engineering (M.Sc.)
I Hold a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Industrial and Management Engineering from Ben-Gurion University. I started as an economist at the Planning, Budgeting and Economics Division of BGU and worked myself up until I’ve reached the position of Division Head, which I fill in the last 16 years. I Love to travel (both in Israel and around the world) and always armed with a camera.
I live in the northern part of the Negev; Married + 3; my three children were recently released from the IDF; I love to travel, take pictures and drink good red wine.
Executive MBA in Public Policy
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Geography and Bible + High School Teaching Certificate. MBA and Public Policy.
Occupational Experience: At the Technion 32 years. last three positions are: Head of Administration in the Faculty of Medicine, Assistant Director General and Deputy Director General of Operations .
Responsibility for all campus operating units: Construction and Maintenance Division, Safety, Security, Tenders, Assets and Logistics, Pre-Clinical Research Authority and Radiation Hazard Control Unit.
Born in Israel, in Haifa.
Hobbies and leisure time activities: sport, reading, movies and music.