Hebrew University Mourns the Passing of Prof. Zeev Sternhell

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HU) mourns the passing of Professor Zeev Sternhell.  Sternhell was a world-renowned expert on fascism and nationalism and Emeritus Professor at HU's Political Science Department.  He was 85 years old and is survived by his wife Ziva and two daughters, Tali and Yael.   

Stefanie Mockert, Visiting Researcher

Stefanie Mockert is a visiting researcher at the Hebrew University. She is studying towards a Master’s degree in Musicology at Humboldt University in Berlin and writing a thesis on the musical development of the Jewish community in pre-WWII Munich.

Okot Samuel Obonyo, IMPH Student

Okot Samuel Obonyo was born in the Agago district, northern Uganda, in 1986, a year before the founding of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and the onset of the violence that plagued that region for two decades. He belongs to the Acholi tribe. 

Dr. Suheir Sayed Omar, Chemistry Teacher-Scholar

Suheir Sayed Omar has been dedicated to her research in organic chemistry at the Hebrew University for over 10 years. She decided to enroll in the Teacher-Scholar program in order to give school children the tools and encouragement they need to succeed in their studies.

Ravitejas Patil, India, MSc in Plant Science

Ravitejas Patil hails from Bangalore, India, which is considered that country’s Silicon Valley. When deciding what to study, he decided against the mechanical and engineering fields, which he had encountered through his father’s work as an engineer. Instead, Ravitejas turned to the natural sciences, earning a bachelor’s degree from the University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad. 

Shuvi Hoffman, Revivim Alumna and Pedagogical Mentor

Though Shuvi Hoffman graduated from Revivim several years ago, she still lives and breathes its educational values, as a pedagogical mentor working with the program’s fourth and final year students. 

IVY: A Platform for Workplace Mentoring

Open X is one of HUJI Innovate’s pre-accelerator programs, helping teams develop a technology- or research-based product. The program provides tools and skills for transforming an idea into a minimum viable product (MVP).