The Mandel School promotes innovation among its PhD Honors Candidates. For the coming 2020/2021 academic year, we offer grants for those students engaged in innovative, creative research conducted beyond standard academic activity, such as: collaborations with Israeli and international students, workshops and study groups, and other socially-oriented projects.
Congratulations to the Rotenstreich Scholarship Honorees 2020
Anabella Esperanza, Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies. Mandel PhD Honors Program 2019
Daniel Lehmann, Department of History. Mandel PhD Honors Program 2019 Read more about Congratulations to the Rotenstreich Scholarship Honorees 2020
We are pleased to extend a warm congratulations to three Mandel School PhD Honors alumni on recieving awards of excellence from the Authority for Research Students for their doctoral research.
This year, out of the 166 doctoral students completed their PhD degrees, four recieved awards, and amonע them three Mandel PhD Honors alumni! Read more about Congratulations to the Authority for Research Students Awardees
Congratulations to the following Mandel scholars who were awarded PhD degrees during the academic year 2019-2020:
Dr. Or Amir, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies Read more about Congratulations to the new PhDs 2020
The Mandel School is excited to extend its congratulations to the following doctoral candidates who were awarded the Azrieli Scholarship:
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