A better perspective

Project Interchange brings important policymakers here to try to educate them on the complex issues and challenges that Israel faces today.

July 26, 2012 11:14
4 minute read.
University leaders

University leaders. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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As she was leisurely sampling award-winning Israeli wines atop the Golan Heights, University of California, Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi was struck with an immense sense of school pride. With great delight, she discovered that the winery’s master wine-makers had in fact perfected their craft as students in her institution’s top-rated master’s program in viticulture enology.

Katehi, along with eight of her colleagues – all university presidents or chancellors from across the US – were recently in the country for a week exploring opportunities for academic and research collaboration and bolstering global relationships, as part of a delegation organized and subsidized by Project Interchange, an educational institute of the American Jewish Committee.


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