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Equal opportunity in Israel is more than a dream; at Ono College, it’s a promise
As an Israeli rabbi born in Ethiopia, my Jewish identity is unequivocal and the color of my skin irrelevant to my spirit. Generations of Ethiopian Jews have questioned or muddled their identities for the sake of inclusion, and many still grapple for a place in Israeli society. At Ono College, we believe a new approach is needed to secure the future of equality and inclusivity in Israel.
Rabbi Shalom Sharon – Israel’s first ordained Ethiopian rabbi
This week, in the season finale of Thirty-Six, Justin sits down with Rabbi Shalom Sharon, Israel’s first ordained Ethiopian rabbi, for a conversation about his journey to Jerusalem.
Prof. Tova Hartman - The challenges of multiculturalism in Israel’s shared society - opinion
The Israeli government has put forth as a priority the inclusion of marginalized sectors in higher education to advance societal opportunities, but this is easier said than done.
Ono’s School of Real Estate Profiled in the Jerusalem Post
The Post interviewed Dr. Haim Zicherman, head of the School, who said its raison d’etre is that “One needs to be a professional to create a building project.” Four years ago, Zicherman, who also serves as a senior lecturer in Ono’s Law School, was appointed as the Director of the School of Real Estate, with the goal of turning the field of real estate into a subject that can be taught and studied as an academic profession and creating trained professionals in the field.
Russian Military War Crimes and Punishment
Ono Professor, Amichai Cohen, was interviewed on the “Security Strip “ radio program broadcast on Israel Army Radio (Galei Tzahal), regarding the preparation of war crimes cases against Russia following its attack on the Ukraine.
Ono Music Student Gal Dan Releases New Pop Track
Gal Dan, 26, guitarist, singer, music producer, nephew of famed Israeli singer Amir Dadon, and a 3rd year student in the music department of Ono Academic College was interviewed by Iris Kool on Israel’s Non-Stop Radio Network about the premier of his lastest song entitled, “Something Good Will Come.”
Leading-Edge Pedagogy
Ono Academic College offers its students the opportunity to prepare for a wide range of careers in the health professions, many of which cannot be learned anywhere else in Israel, and to do so using state-of-the-art educational technologies
Ono Professor’s Article Posted in Psychology Today
Prof. Talya Miron-Shatz, Head of the Institute for Medical Decision Research in Ono Academic College’s Department of Business Administration recently published anofessor’s Article in Psychology Today article on the website of the popular psychological journal Psychology Today, entitled, “Acceptance Isn't for the Faint of Heart”.
More Gun Licenses Following Wave of Terror?
Adv. Dikla Totian Zeid, a Lecturer at Ono Academic College’s School of Law, addressed the massive increase in requests for new gun licenses following the most recent terror attacks, in an interview on the program "On the Agenda" broadcast on the Knesset TV channel.
Inspirational Speech by a Graduate of the Faculty of Law | Ono Academic College
Esti Ohana - a graduate of the Faculty of Law on the Haredi campus of Ono Academic College, speaks at a conference on the employment of Haredi women.
Ono Computer Science Lecturer Sings Praises of Israeli Whiskey and Explains “Data Brokerage”
Ono computer science lecturer Ran Bar-Zik was recently interviewed on Radio Tel Aviv’s “Free Market” program for the show’s technology corner where he discussed these topics and others.
"Ono Academic College expands, builds multicultural campus"
Ono Academic College in Kiryat Ono, close to Tel Aviv, announced Sunday that it is expanding its campus to spread over an area of 13 dunams, where academic campus facilities, student dormitories and offices will be built, according to a press release from the college.
"What is Ono Academic College's secret to success?"
Ranan Hartman says that since its inception, he has tried to bring the very best teachers to the Ono campuses.
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