idc herzliya

Reichman U. students compete at intellectual property contest in UK

Reichman law students Aseel Kasab and Shira Shturman were selected to take part and made it past the initial written phase of the competition.   

Can the deaf and hard of hearing understand sound through touch?

Herzliya researchers have developed a unique technology that uses the sense of touch to help understand speech and sound.

First day of school: Israel's universities open their gates for the academic year

"A very exciting day," said President Herzog. "Education is the most fundamental root of a society's ability to function."

The legacy of Prof. Uriel Reichman and IDC Herzliya

Professor Reichman founded the Interdisciplinary Center in May of 1994 with 240 students — Today Reichman University boasts more than 9,000.

 Prof. Boaz Ganor is Founder and Executive Director of ICT & Ronald S. Lauder Chair for Counter-Terr

What did we learn from 9/11?

A new breed of counter terrorism education

Sponsored
By Prof. Boaz Ganor
09/09/2021

Prof. Uriel Reichman ends presidency at IDC Herzliya

Reichman spoke at a festive farewell event held at the university campus, with the participation of faculty members, donors, friends and graduates of the institution.

IDC Herzliya to be officially recognized as a university

"The IDC is suitable as a university, guaranteeing excellent academic and research standards, that meets the required standards for a university."

IDC Herzliya announces partnership with Bahrain Center

A memorandum between the Abba Eban and Derasat Institute is the latest in a string of collaborations between Israel and like-minded countries in the Middle East.

From L to R: IDC’s President and Founder Prof. Uriel Reichman, businessman and philanthropist Joey L

Founder of Ethiopian-Israeli scholarship program honored with doctorate

Joey Low, a native New Yorker who made aliyah to Israel, was honored by the IDC for his contributions to the Ethiopian-Israeli community

By MICHAL GALANTI
20/07/2021

87% of Arabs lack digital literacy - study

The study found two main factors holding the Arab population back: low digital literacy and poor infrastructure.

27/06/2021
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