Celebrate ISEF’s 43 years of hard work helping Israel’s youth to succeed in their lives.
Asmarech Alemo is a second-year student in the Physical Therapy program at the University of Haifa. Born in the village of Merewa, Ethiopia, Asmarech made Aliyah in 1993.
Tamar Laytman, a fifth-year medical student, is a shining example of the many ISEF scholars ‘answering the call’. She shared a video clip while volunteering…
Professor Ronni Gamzu is a shining example of how ISEF scholars from immigrant backgrounds become leaders and doers.
ISEF recently interviewed Dr. Yitschak Biton , ISEF alumnus and senior cardiologist specializing in interventional electrophysiology at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, Jerusalem.
Israel’s global leadership in high-tech rests on a narrow foundation – less than half of Israeli youth get to college.
A Warm Update from Israel:
Nina A. Weiner Receives Honorary Doctorate
ISEF doctoral student Shula Molla, and ISEF alumnus Yoav Lalom received the first annual Sami Michael Prize awarded to individuals whose work promotes an egalitarian and just society in Israel.
ISEF Alumnus, Dr. Moshe Elkabets of the Shraga Segal Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, was awarded the 2017 Teva Founders Prize and Research Grant.