'One must be very cautious about giving academic credit for social-service work,' A Tel Aviv University source said
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Following Haaretz query, TAU says registration form has been changed and candidates may opt not to provide details about their role in the IDF
Sources say decision not preceded by any examination of center’s work in past several years ■ Decision slated to go into effect in middle of academic year
A newly published book describes the protection of the Nubian ibex, an endangered animal usually found at Ein Gedi nature reserve, as a great success story for preserving nature in Israel
Goldsmith Salomone da Sesso was renowned as the jeweler of Lucrezia Borgia. Now, an Israeli historian has unearthed the sinister plot that made him adopt a new religion
Prof. Yaakov Malkin was one of the founders of the Department of Cinema and Television at TAU, and I was among the students in its first class
Research notes increase in frequency of especially hot nights in past 30 years, as well as a decline in number of days with precipitation of 10 millimeters or more
Universities in the Gulf have been rising through the ranks for years, but if the trend keeps up, some of the kingdom's universities will outrank Israel's top school by next year
Committee finds working conditions 'improper' after Haaretz investigation revealed studies at the university accounted for only one month of the 15-month program
Columbia University and Guggenheim Museum are among institutions not accepting new donations from family members behind company that makes OxyContin
Sewage dumping and air pollution could severely effect desalination plants and smog levels, experts say, warning none of Gaza's groundwater will be fit for human use by next year
University folds after Israeli lawmakers approach administration following students' complaints that they were directed to pray at off-campus dorms
Tel Aviv University says holding lecture by Hadash lawmaker Ofer Cassif is 'not possible,' invoking so-called Nakba Law which allows state to limit funds to institutions treating Independence Day as day of mourning
Students say permanent prayer room outside month of Ramadan is about 15-minute walk in each direction, meaning they need to set aside 45 minutes each time they wish to pray
The American Museum of Natural History also stopped taking their money following the Guggenheim and London's Tate. Sacker, which faces allegations it helped trigger America’s opioid crisis, also supports Tel Aviv University
Israeli Scientists Just Printed the World's First 3-D Heart. Can Humanity Now Produce All the Organs It Needs?
What does this mean for the future of organ donations? Can we print a 'perfect' heart ready for implant?
Made of human patient's tissues, this technology could obviate organ donations in the foreseeable future
A Haaretz investigation found that studies at the university accounted for only one month of the 15-month program. The rest of the time, the students worked for 12 hours a day or more on farms
‘I Feel Like an Ashtray’ Prostitution Survivors' Poems on Display in Tel Aviv Tell Stories of Hardship and Hope
Vika, who turned to prostitution to feed her hungry daughter, says she started writing 'to break free' while coming off of drugs
Israeli-born Amos Genish was fired while away on a business trip in Asia with no explanation for the abrupt move
Senior staff will stop working indefinitely whereas junior staff will go on strike for one week
The education minister is well aware that he cannot claim credit for the democratization of higher education in Israel. It started long before him, with the establishment of public colleges throughout the country
Yaron may have an impressive resume but he will need to work closely with the central bank’s top officials to learn the ins and outs of Israel’s major economic issues
The Tel Aviv University researcher says the chip system will obviate the need for many types of experiments on animals or human beings
Palestinian Education Ministry protests Tel Aviv University's exhibit of rare animals and plants ■ TAU says it wants to restore items previously stored in a basement ■ Palestinians: save our heritage
The university originally approved the End the Occupation Week events, but now says that the organizers need to pay for security: 'Here we have an issue that’s very charged, especially in recent times'
AEPi, officially apolitical but a member of the Jewish Conference of Presidents organization that receives frequent donations from Sheldon Adelson, just opened a full-fledged chapter at Tel Aviv University
Israeli-led team finds that grains stay on the stalk in mutant domestic variants, enabling harvesting, while wild wheat scatters its seeds
Psychometric exams, which check knowledge rather than academic suitability, have been shown to favor more affluent Israelis.
Greenpeace Israel hails cabinet decision, but declares that new master plan to exploit renewable energy options must be drawn up.