idc herzliya

Coronavirus not stopping academics in Israel

In accordance with the government guidelines on the coronavirus, IDC Herzliya is preparing for a new academic routine for the upcoming semester

24/03/2020
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Antisemitism: draining the social media swamp

The most dangerous aspect of the current spike in antisemitism is that they are "on a daily basis, on an hourly basis, you can see the incitement online does not stop for a second.”

03/01/2020
El Al CEO Gonen Ussishkin, Aleh Negev Nahalat Eran chairman Maj.-Gen. (res.) Doron Almog
Grapevine: A unique place

Matzot, wine and gefilte fish were sent from Israel, but there were no tables and chairs.

Prof. Uriel Reichman addresses a gathering at IDC Herzliya
IDC founder Uriel Reichman receives award for contribution to education

Twenty-five years on, IDC is educating the future leadership of Israel.

Experts take part in a panel at the IDC Institute of Counterterrorism annual conference
LIVE: Terrorism threats to Israel discussion at Counter-Terrorism Summit

The International Institute for Counter-terrorism invited a number of keynote speakers to address its annual counter-terrorism summit.

By YONAH JEREMY BOB , JERUSALEM POST STAFF
03/09/2018
European Aid To Iran Sends Signal To United States

By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
27/08/2018
Cyber hacking
Exclusive: Islamic cyber terrorists trying to target infrastructure

According to the report, Islamic cyber terrorists are also fighting back against attempts by governments and social media giants to limit their influence.

Students participate in activities at the Adelson School of Entrepreneurship
The Adelson School of Entrepreneurship (ASE) at IDC Herzliya

Allowing students to improve their skills, knowledge and experience via "learning-by-doing" and to realize their entrepreneurial ideas and aspirations

By DR. GALI EINAV , MICHELE MEISEL
14/06/2018
The Lounge: June 12, 2018

Last Thursday, the Azrieli Sarona Tower – for now the tallest tower in Israel – was officially inaugurated.

By MICHAL GALANTI
11/06/2018
High tech students
New govt program aims to provide free training, job placement in hi-tech

We Code aims to recruit young people from diverse populations – Arab-Israelis, Ethiopians, people with disabilities, ultra-Orthodox- as well as from the social periphery aged 25-30.

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