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University of Haifa

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University of Haifa
אוניברסיטת חיפה (Hebrew)
University of Haifa logo.svg
TypePublic
Established1963
PresidentRon Robin
RectorGustavo Mesch
Academic staff
1,323[citation needed]
Students18,000
Undergraduates8,888
Postgraduates7,048
Location,
Israel

32°45′45″N 35°01′05″E / 32.76250°N 35.01806°E / 32.76250; 35.01806
CampusUrban
ColorsRed and white
AffiliationsGlobal U8 (GU8)
Websitewww.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en

The University of Haifa (Hebrew: אוניברסיטת חיפה‎) is a university located on Mount Carmel in Haifa. Founded in 1963, the University of Haifa received full academic accreditation in 1972, becoming Israel's sixth academic institution and the fourth university. The university has the largest university library in Israel. As of 2019, approximately 18,000 students were enrolled at the University of Haifa.[1] Among Israeli higher education institutions the University of Haifa has the largest percentage (41%) of Arab-Israeli students.[2]

Overview

The University of Haifa was founded in 1963[3] by Haifa mayor Abba Hushi, to operate under the academic auspices of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Haifa University is located on Mount Carmel. In 1972, the University of Haifa declared its independence and became the sixth academic institution in Israel and the fourth university.

About 18,100 undergraduate and graduate students study in the university a wide variety of topics, specializing in social sciences, humanities, law and education.[4] the university is broadly divided into six Faculties: Humanities, Social Sciences, Law, Science and Science Education, Social Welfare and Health Studies, and Education. There is also the Graduate School of Management, The Leon H. Charney School of Marine Sciences and the Continuing Education and Extension Studies.

Beyond the objective of a first-rate higher education, the University of Haifa aims to provide equal educational opportunities to all, and in particular to encourage mutual understanding and cooperation between the Jewish and Arab populations on and off campus.[4] The university is a home for students from all sectors of Israeli society - Jews, Muslims, Christians, Druze, religious and secular students and also many students from all over the world who study in the international school.

The University of Haifa is home to the Hecht Museum of archeology and art, several research centers and institutes, including the Evolution Institute, Center for the Study of the Information Society, Center for the Study of National Security, Tourism Research Center, and more.[4] The University also hosts a large IBM research center on its campus.

Research Centers

Examples of the university research centers:[5]

  • The Center for Cyber, Law and Policy
  • Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics Center
  • The Integrated Brain and Behavior Research Center (IBBR)
  • The Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making
  • The Max Wertheimer Minerva Center for Cognitive Processes
  • Haifa Interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Computer Science
  • The National Security Studies Center
  • The Edmond J. Safra Brain Research Center for the Study of Learning Disabilities
  • Center for Spatial Information Systems Research (CSISR)
  • Maritime Policy & Strategy Research Center

Academic Journals

Mishpat U’Memshal (Law and Government) – Founded in 1992, the journal deals with current and relevant public law issues. The publishing team is mainly composed of students under the academic supervision of a senior editor appointed by the Faculty of Law.

Hearot Din (Illuminating the Law) – Founded in 2004, the journal deals with changes in legal rulings in Israel. The publishing team is mainly composed of students under the academic supervision of a senior editor appointed by the Faculty of Law.

Din U’Devarim (Haifa Law Review) – Founded in 2005, the journal focuses on the interaction between the law and other fields of knowledge, especially the humanities and social sciences, but also serves as a platform for traditional legal writing. Faculty members produce the articles with the assistance of outstanding students at the Faculty of Law.

The Journal of Holocaust Research—formerly Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust (2009–2018)—is a bilingual (Hebrew and English) academic journal produced by the University of Haifa and the Ghetto Fighters' House and published by Routledge. It is available on line and in print.[6][7]

Michmanim - The Reuben and Edith Hecht Museum publishes a scholarly, dual language journal on archaeological research and artifacts in the museum's collections.

Leadership

Notable alumni

Notable academics

See also

References

  1. ^ "About the university". www.haifa.ac.il. Retrieved 12 December 2019.
  2. ^ Dattel, Lior (2018-01-24). "Number of Arabs in Israeli Higher Education Grew 79% in Seven Years". Haaretz. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  3. ^ "University of Haifa". ShanghaiRanking Consultancy. Retrieved 10 November 2015.
  4. ^ a b c "Home - אוניברסיטת חיפה". Haifa.ac.il. Retrieved 14 January 2018.
  5. ^ "research centers". Haifa.ac.il.
  6. ^ "Call for Articles: Dapim - Studies on the Holocaust". European Holocaust Research Infrastructure. 7 October 2013.
  7. ^ "The Journal of Holocaust Research". Taylor & Francis Online. Retrieved 25 December 2019.
  8. ^ User, Super. "President of the University of Haifa". www.haifa.ac.il. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  9. ^ User, Super. "Rector of the University of Haifa". www.haifa.ac.il. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  10. ^ "Members of the Board of Governors" (PDF). Retrieved 28 March 2020.

External links


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