Northwestern and Israel
|Partner Institution||Partner Type & Sponsor|
|Ben-Gurion University of the Negev|
|Tel Aviv University|
|Tel Aviv University: Coller School of Management|
|Tel Aviv University: Sackler Faculty of Medicine|
|Tel Aviv University: The Buchmann Faculty of Law|
- 29 students from Israel at Northwestern:
- 1 Undergraduate
- 15 Masters
- 13 Doctoral
- 76 Northwestern students in Israel
Units and Groups
- Fiedler Hillel
- J Street U Northwestern
- Save a Child’s Heart
- Students for Justice in Palestine
- TAMID Group
- Wildcats for Israel
Crown Family Center for Jewish and Israel StudiesThe Crown Family Center for Jewish and Israel Studies offers a program in Israel Studies that promotes the academic study of the modern state of Israel through rigorous and interdisciplinary teaching, scholarship, and research. Its aim is to study all facets of the modern state of Israel, focusing on the history, politics, culture, and economics of contemporary Israeli society, as well as Israeli technological and scientific scholarship.
Jewish Studies Graduate ClusterThe Jewish Studies Graduate Cluster provides students with rigorous training in Jewish history, culture, and thought. It is comprised of faculty and students from across the humanities and social sciences, and provides opportunities for inter-disciplinary engagement, collaboration, and community building.
Water in Israel
At Northwestern, a coordinated effort between the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, the McCormick School of Engineering, and the Northwestern Center for Water Research is dedicated to the examination of water in Israel. This interdisciplinary collaboration includes an annual undergraduate seminar on water in Israel and the Middle East, an annual international symposium, and a 12-day Global Engineering Trek to Israel, in which students study the realities and impact of water issues first-hand.
~1,350Northwestern alumni are based in Israel.
One-third are located in Tel Aviv.
The Kellogg Alumni Club of Israel offers social and networking opportunities to keep alumni connected to Northwestern and fellow alumni in Israel. Other ways to get and stay connected can be found here.
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