What the U.S. Can Learn From Israel’s Mass Vaccination
BGU's Prof. Nadav Davidovitch talks to NPR about lessons learned from Israel's mass vaccination campaign.
Kol Ami Rabbi Denise Eger Receives Honorary Doctorate from BGU
A leading voice in the pursuit of equality, Eger has devoted her life to creating a welcoming Jewish environment for everyone since becoming a rabbi in 1988. Eger will also lead the new Americans for Ben-Gurion University Rabbinic Council.
South African Variant More Resistant to Vaccine, BGU Finds
The vaccine still worked against the South African variant, but in a less efficient way.
Red Sea’s Treasured Coral Reefs Saved By Building Fake Ones
BGU researchers are studying ways to actively restore reefs and create artificial reefs.
BGU Researchers Develop Cheap, Rapid Test for COVID Variants
The cost-effective tests identify COVID-19’s British and South African variants within hours instead of days.
Rabbi Denise L. Eger To Receive BGU Honorary Doctorate Degree
The first woman and openly gay person to have served as past president of the Southern California Board of Rabbis, Eger had the honor of officiating at the first legal wedding for a lesbian couple in California in June 2008.
BGU Takes a Big Leap Forward to Combat Climate Change
BGU announced the formation of Israel's first School of Sustainability and Climate Change, an interdisciplinary research and innovation initiative to tackle the world’s most pressing environmental issues.
Chronicle of Philanthropy Spotlights $25 Million Guzik Gift
Nahum Guzik generously donated $25 million through his Guzik Foundation for BGU's new Guzik Cultural Center.