Job Opportunity

Job Opportunity

Project Manager Bethlehem University is seeking a well experienced and highly qualified candidate to serve as Project Manager at the Palestine Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability. S/he will organize and administer the project activities and will work closely with the project leader to fulfill the needs of the project. Qualifications: Masters’ degree in project management in rural development, or subject of the […]

PNAS Papers on Zika Mutation, Inherited Hearing Loss, Bird Sources of Epidemic Influenza Segments

PNAS Papers on Zika Mutation, Inherited Hearing Loss, Bird Sources of Epidemic Influenza Segments

Link: shorturl.at/gpSW1 From: genomeweb Researchers from China and the US describe a mutation in the Zika virus (ZIKV) envelope protein sequence that appears to have sprung up prior to 2013, apparently leading to enhanced neurovirulence, more robust maternal-to-fetal transmission fitness, and increased host viremia. Starting from seven suspicious mutations that arose in ZIKV strains between 2010 and […]

Bethlehem University Mourns the Passing of Mr. Jose Said

Bethlehem University mourns the passing of Mr. Jose Siad, a true friend and supporter in the mission of education. Mr. Said has supported Bethlehem University through the Belen 2000 Fundacion for many years. His recent donation was for the construction of the Nursing building, soon to be completed.  The Physiotherapy Clinic in the ground floor will be named after the […]

Federation of Arab Scientific Research Council Award

تعلن الأمانة العامة لاتحاد مجالس البحث العلمي العربية عن استقبال طلبات لجائزة اتحاد مجالس البحث العلمي في المجالات الآتية: 1. جائزة أفضل الكتب المؤلفة في مجال بحوث الطاقة الجديدة والمتجددة خلال الأعوام: (٢٠١٨ ، ٢٠١٩ والعام ٢٠٢٠م). 2. جائزة التأليف والترجمة لأفضل الكتب المؤلفة أو المترجمة حول الأنظمة التعليمية الحديثة المعمول بها الآن في الدول […]

Call for new start-ups, already existing businesses, and social businesses

Do you have an innovative idea or business? Are you thinking to develop your business to something else to overcome the economic crisis? Do you want to establish a business that also benefits the society providing a missing product/service or creating employment? The Bethlehem Business Incubator (BBI) and the Yunus Social Business Centre (YSBC) of […]

Register to the Master in Tourism Studies Program

It is possible now to register to the Master in Tourism Studies Program (MRTS). The program is a two-year postgraduate course which aims at providing an in-depth analysis of the main academic and technical issues whose knowledge represents an asset for the development of the tourism industry in Palestine. The Master’s program is multidisciplinary: it […]

Father Iyad Twal Appointed Executive Vice President

The Vice-Chancellor of Bethlehem University, Brother Peter Bray, FSC, EdD, announced Saturday 27 June 2020 that the university decided to appoint Father Iyad Twal as executive Vice President, to replace Dr. Michael Sansur who has decided to take one year leave from the university after being in this position for nine years. Brother Peter mentioned […]

Fr. Iyad Twal appointed Executive Vice President of Bethlehem University

link: https://www.lpj.org/posts/fr-iyad-twal-appointed-executive-vice-president-of-bethlehem-university.html From: Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem By: Bethlehem University – Published: June 27 Sat, 2020 Fr. Iyad Twal appointed Executive Vice President of Bethlehem University Available in the following languages:Arabic BETHLEHEM – On Saturday, June 27, 2020, Bethlehem University represented by its Vice-Chancellor Brother Peter Bray, FSC, EdD, announced the appointment of Fr. Iyad Twal as Executive Vice President, to […]

Applications to the Master in Tourism Studies Program

Applications to the Master in Tourism Studies Program

Enrollment Procedures 2020 The required steps to complete registration for MRTS Program are as follows: Step 1:  The MRTS Application Packet will be available either at the Institute of Hotel Management and Tourism office at Bethlehem University or online by accessing the following link: http://admission.bethlehem.edu/admissioncard/ The application fee is 110 JDs that can be paid […]

MICAD ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES

MICAD ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES

The required steps to complete registration for MICAD Program are as follows: Step 1: The MICAD Application Packet will be available either at MICAD office at Bethlehem University or online by accessing the following link: http://admission.bethlehem.edu/admissioncard/ The application fee is 110 JDs that can be paid in one of the following two methods: If the […]

Bethlehem University News magazine – Spring 2020 is out

The Advancement Office announces the publication of the Bethlehem University News (BUN) magazine – spring 2020 issue. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the magazine is published online and will not be printed and sent by mail. In this issue of the BUN, we highlight some of the different achievements of students and our outreach to […]

Call for Tender

Call for Tender

Online Training on Heritage Case studies in Palestine Proposed by the European funded project “My Heritage! My Identity!”Promoting Governance and Citizenship in PalestineENI/2017/390-692 The provider should constitute a team composed by experts detailed on the TOR to design and deliver the professional online training program with the highest standards possible. The online training will be developed […]

BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Awards

The BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Awards has announced the call for nomination to the 13 of the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Awards in cooperation with The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). In Palestine, PALAST coordinates the nominations to this award. The BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Awards recognize and reward world-class research and artistic creation, […]

Master of Social Work

In order to successfully complete the application process for the MSW program, the candidate should follow the steps below: Step 1: Buy an application package from the Office the Social Sciences Department, second floor, De La Salle Hall, at Bethlehem University. You can get the package between 10/6/2020 and 30/7/2020.  Keep the payment slip for the application fees (120 JD) […]

Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences \ Qubeibeh

Qubeibeh Nursing students complete requirements on site After the decision of Bethlehem University to start receiving small groups of students for continuing nursing lab practice; groups of 6 to 7 students were called into the Qubeibeh Nursing facility on Monday 8/6/2020 to complete the spring fundamental nursing lab requirement with Mr Mohammad Ayyash and Sr […]

Instructions for Attendance during Summer

Faculty and students are to engage in distance learning options for the summer course.Small groups of students are allowed on campus for the following purposes: To receive certificates or transcripts, to sign loan requests, fill out applications, deliver papers, after coordination with the offices or departments that the student must access. To complete practical training […]

Strengthening Connections through Virtual Education

Turning the Challenges of COVID-19 into an Opportunity From: This Week In PalestineBy: Mahdi Kleibo Link: https://www.thisweekinpalestine.com/strengthening-connections-through-virtual-education/ Undoubtedly, we are all facing an unprecedented situation brought about by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic that has hit the entire world. It is a difficult period, as we cannot assess entirely the potential risks and their consequences. This crisis may […]

Formula of success, Aviation era after the pandemic

A group of 10 brilliant ardent students studying Aviation Economics lectured by Airlines Economics Expert Rene Zambile and professor at the Institute of Hotel Management and Tourism at Bethlehem University, came out with the following ideas to be passed over to IATA through Mr. Mohammad Apesh Senior Staff at the International Air Transport Association (IATA) […]

Welcome to ZTRC

Teacher Resource Center is one of Bethlehem University facilities administrated by the Faculty of Education; it was established in 1993 and it was named “The Center of: Dr. Abdel Rahman Zu’rub ” in memory of his work aiming to develop the educational process. The Center is the connection link between the faculty of education from […]

Summer School Registration

Summer School Registration

The summer 2020 registration will be open next week March 9 to March 11. Please review the information below and reach out to the registrar office if you have any questions or need more information in regard to the summer registration process. Only students from one of the categories below are eligible for summer registration: […]

George Nasra “Turathuna” Summer Camp 2019

The Library Team of George Nasra Turathuna Center organizes an annual youth summer camp. This year, it was from the 17th to the 28th of June 2019. Fourteen boys and girls from different schools participated with ages between 12 and 16 years old. The course/workshop this year focused on painting on glass, with Mrs. Tania […]

The Gates of Jerusalem By Dr. Omar Abed Rabbo, PhD

This scholarly article – in Arabic –  entitled “Gates of Jerusalem” written  and published in  “Jordan Journal for History and Archaeology” by Dr. Omar Abed Rabbo,  will be  presented in the e-turathuna section of the University Library. We are happy and proud to present Dr. Omar’s erudite work and grateful to him for sharing it to our […]

An Interview with Mr. George M. Al-Ama

Spring Term 2018 “Welcome back” to e-turathuna as we commence Spring Term 2018. We started the academic year 2017-2018 featuring a new genre – “the interview” –in an interactive encounter with Palestinians whose lives are marked with a “passion for turath.”  Fall Term featured Ms. Maha Saca, a Bethlehemite and a generous donor of Bethlehem […]

An Interview with Ms. MAHA SACA: A Passion for Palestinian “Turath”

It might as well be necessary as we embark on a new literary genre to “re-present” e-turathuna by going over what our homepage states about this very special section of the Library. Long before its refurbishment, Turathuna Center has always been the Library’s centerpiece. In its more than three decades history of service, researchers from various parts […]

“The Shepherds’ Field”

Welcome once again to the Library’s e-turathuna! With Christmas approaching, we are featuring a holy site that is closely knitted to the events that unfolded that joyful eve when the whole world awaited the coming of our Saviour Jesus Christ the Lord. “GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO!”  is the theme echoed during this historical evening with […]

Featuring Jabra Ibrahim Jabra

Jabra Ibrahim Jabra is Bethlehem’s homegrown writer, artist and painter. Turathuna Centre at Bethlehem University has a collection of his books on a special shelf just dedicated for him. Some of his representative paintings were showcased by Turathuna Centre for Palestinian Heritage during the 40th Jubilee year of the foundation of Bethlehem University. More Facts about Jabra Ibrahim […]

The Dome of the Rock

The Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem is a magnificent monument and an added great treasure in world architecture. The area on which it was built is one of the holiest places on earth for Muslims, Christians and Jews alike. Known in Arabic as Masjd al-Aqsa (the farthest mosque), it occupies the centre of a […]

THE MONASTERY OF “MAR SABA”

Over 100 monasteries flourished in the Judean desert to the east of Bethlehem during the fourth through sixth centuries. The monastic movement became quite successful so that more than a hundred of monasteries as a way of life blossomed in the desert. Monasteries are places where monks sometimes shared their whole life together and in […]

Battir: A Palestinian Village

Battir is a Palestinian village south west of Jerusalem. It is surrounded by traditionally irrigated, beautiful terraces, filled with eggplants, peppers and olive trees. Some decades ago, the train to Jerusalem used to stop in Battir; next to the railway are the unique remains of the Ottoman train station, which was the spot of a busy vegetables […]

Ein Karem

Ein Karem is the birthplace of John the Baptist (Luke 1:57).  The Virgin Mary visited her cousin Elizabeth who lived in Ein Karem (Luke 1:39–56); and the Caliph ‘Umar Ibn al-Khattab passed by the village and held prayers in it during the Islamic conquest.Ein Karem means “Spring of the Vineyard,” and is so named because of the […]

Needy Student Fund

Needy Student Fund

To apply to the needy student fund, please click the link to fill out the form. https://forms.gle/w7c7ZAnEmpmku5B3A Deadline is Over for this link

Mother-of-Pearl: An art and a source of economic sustenance

Mother-of-pearl was traditionally a main handicraft in Bethlehem. It is believed that mother-of-pearl was introduced by Franciscan monks who came from Damascus to the Bethlehem area around the 15th century.With the presence of the order of St. Francis of Assisi in the Holy Land around the late 1600s, religious artifacts gained in economic importance. One […]

Palestinian Homes

Bethlehem, Manger Square,1930s A house in Ramallah Shahwan houseBeit Jala A quarter inEast Jerusalem Via Dolorosa, 1936 The dwellings of Palestinians vary depending on location and family wealth. The design of these houses shows strong Islamic influence with arched roofs, ceilings, doorways, and windows.In urban areas, houses are typically close together lining narrow streets with over-hanging […]

Jericho Ten Thousand Years

The origin of the name “Jericho” is from the Semitic language. It is a Canaanite word that means “city of the moon.” The word is derived from yeriho or yarah. According to Anis Freiha, the Canaanite God Yarah gave its name to Jericho, called Ariha in Arabic. Jericho is the Biblical name, “city of palm trees,” while its Arabic […]

Traditional Palestinian Tabun “Oven”

Traditional Palestinian Tabun “Oven”

The tabun is a primitive oven made of unbaked clay fashioned by Palestinian country women. It is an oven used to bake bread and cook.  The oven (tabun) itself is covered by dry manure spread all over its external surface while inside the bottom is covered with small stones called “ruddef.” On the top of […]

TOEFL/ITP Result

Your scores for the TOEFL / ITP exam conducted 2 February 2020 arrived today. Please feel ease picking your official hard -copy certificate from the External Academic Relations Office starting from tomorrow Friday 28.02.2020.

The Light of Christ Shines in Bethlehem Today

   “Do not be afraid; for behold I proclaim to you good news of great joy … today in the city of David a Savior is born for you” (Lk 2:10-11). The message of Christ’s coming, brought from heaven by the voice of angels, continues to echo in this town, just as it echoes in […]

Know your Palestinian Heritage- Wuqayat Al-Darahim

A very old dowry hat made of cotton, embroidered in silk and covered with Turkish coins. Extended from the side panels are silver chains to which are attached pieces of ‘amber and silver. Across the forehead are coral beads and silver pendants, suspended from short chains. The headdresses were made commercially by Bethlehem women for  […]

Know your Palestinian Heritage-Embriodery

A girl normally began embroidery around the age of six or seven, and was taught cross-stitch and the motifs of her village by older girls or women. When she had learnt to sew neatly, she began embroidering the panels of her trousseau garments, and took her mother’s measurements to gauge her size.  Dresses were sent […]

Know your Palestinian Heritage – Marriage

From the moment of birth, parents began to consider future marriage for their children. One of the reasons for this early matchmaking was the preference for marriage of the same village and the same kin group. Marriage was an important social and economic alliance between two families. A bride and her bridegroom had little to […]

Call of Interest to join Erasmus+

Please note that deadline to submit a  Call of Interest to join the Erasmus Plus Cultural Encounter course maximum by 1 March  2020. The External Academic Relations Office will be your main focal point at this stage for reservation.  Duration 10 weeks and it starts from 9 March to 17 May 2020. For more information, please never hesitate to […]

ألعاب أيام زمان

يدعوكم فريق افاق التابع لعمادة شؤون الطلبة للمشاركة في فعاليات برنامج ألعاب أيام زمان وذلك يوم الخميس 27 شباط 2020 ما بين الساعة 11:15 – 13:00 في المسرح الخارجي للجامعة أهلا وسهلا بكم جميعا

Workshop on Zotero Software

Hands-on workshop on Zotero, a bibliographic management software, will be held at 11:00 am Thursday, Feb 27, 2020, in D-113.  The session will be facilitated by Dr. Muna Matar, Assistant Prof in the Software Engineering department and Assistant VP for Academic Affairs. You are most Welcome

مسابقة المناظرة الشعرية

تعلن عمادة شؤون الطلبة عن تنظيم مسابقة في المناظرة الشعرية بين طلبة الكليات،  وذلك في أواخر شهر نيسان 2020 حتى يتسنى للطلبة التحضير لهذه المسابقة، الرجاء من الطلبة الراغبين بالمشاركة؛ التسجيل لدى عمادة شؤون الطلبة حتى يوم الثلاثاء  10/03/2020

Advanced Pastry

Advanced Pastry

Target Group: Chefs, bakeries, housewives and anyone who is interested in baking. Course Content: the course will cover the following topics: several methods for baking different cakes making various buttercream and custard based fillings working with different variations of Rolled Fondant (Homemade, marshmallow, Chocolate ) Royal Icing decorating  with modeling chocolate border and flower piping Pastillage Gum […]

Donors Financial Reporting

Donors Financial Reporting

Purpose To build the confidence and skills of NGO staff to use and analyse the essential figures of financial reports for programme management and accountability to stakeholders Target Audience This course is primarily aimed at non-finance programme staff who need to be able to use different types of reports in their work, including: Understanding the […]

Mechanisms of abiotic stress responses in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)

Plants as sessile organisms have to efficiently cope with adverse environmental conditions. Abiotic stresses like drought, cold and heat crucially involve the function of the plant hormone abscisic acid (ABA). Extensive research during the past years especially in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana has ncovered and characterized central modules of ABA and abiotic stress signaling. […]

UNESCO Biotechnology Educational and Research Center – Developmental

The research involves isolation and identification of new strains ofentomopathogenic nematodes from Palestinian territories, following a study oftheir biological characteristic; such as infectivity, heat tolerance, anddesiccation tolerance. In addition to the conventional crosses method, theidentification employs restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) ofinternal transcriptase spacers. The project aims at developingappropriate strains of entomopathogenic nematodes for the […]

Hereditary Research Laboratory – Computational Genomics

Middle East Regional Genome Endeavor (MERGE) Computational Genomics is a new branch of science that bridges biology and genetics with information and computer sciences. An important momentum for this development is provided by the world Human Genome Project. . The Weizmann Institute and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem now harbor a national laboratory for Genome […]

Hereditary Research Laboratory – Pharma

“Pharmacogenic gene delivery and gene therapy of Restenosis “ Antisense oligodeoxnucleotides (ODN) are small stretches that have shown the ability to inhibit gene expression. Therefore, they are promising candidates for the treatment of various diseases. However, because of poor stability in biological fluids and weak intracellular penetration their use in living systems is prohibited. Aiming […]

Hereditary Research Laboratory – Epidermolysis Bullosa Simplex (EBS)

Clinical and Genetic Features Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) encompasses an heterogeneous group of hereditary disorders characterized by blistering of the skin upon exposure to mechanical stress. Although the most obvious signs of the disease are vesicles and bullae within the skin and mucous membranes, internal organs may also be involved (Fine et al, 2000). EB is […]

Hereditary Research Laboratory – B-Thalasimia

B-Thalasimia A study of the spectrum of b-Thalasimia mutations in the West Bank revealed the presence of ten different b-globin mutations. The study involved 42 patients with B-thal major and 43 suspected carriers with Cooley’s anemia. The IVS1.6 mutation predominated with a frequency of 52.8% and was almost invariably associated with chromosome haplotype VI. Seven […]

Hereditary Research Laboratory – Hearing Loss

Summary The overall goal inhuman genetic research is to understand the biological function of normal genes, and how once perturbed, they lead to a diseased state. Errors in our genes, or mutations, often cause one of the most common sensory defects, the loss of hearing. Hereditary sensorineural hearing loss affects approximately 3% of the population […]

Hereditary Research Laboratory – Hearing Loss

Summary The overall goal inhuman genetic research is to understand the biological function of normal genes, and how once perturbed, they lead to a diseased state. Errors in our genes, or mutations, often cause one of the most common sensory defects, the loss of hearing. Hereditary sensorineural hearing loss affects approximately 3% of the population […]

The Water And Soil Environmental Research Unit

The commitment of Bethlehem University to the needs of the local Palestinian community is part of its founding statement. Particular needs were identified following an extensive socio-economic survey conducted by Bethlehem University during the late 1980s, on which the University’s outreach program was based. The Water and Soil Environmental Research Unit (WSERU) is part of […]

The Water And Soil Environmental Research Unit

The commitment of Bethlehem University to the needs of the local Palestinian community is part of its founding statement. Particular needs were identified following an extensive socio-economic survey conducted by Bethlehem University during the late 1980s, on which the University’s outreach program was based. The Water and Soil Environmental Research Unit (WSERU) is part of […]

The Water And Soil Environmental Research Unit

The commitment of Bethlehem University to the needs of the local Palestinian community is part of its founding statement. Particular needs were identified following an extensive socio-economic survey conducted by Bethlehem University during the late 1980s, on which the University’s outreach program was based. The Water and Soil Environmental Research Unit (WSERU) is part of […]

Introduction to Moodle

Introduction to Moodle

This Toolkit provides teachers with practical instructions on how to design e-calss based on Moodel program.

A Course Portfolio

A Course Portfolio

Dr. Jeanne Kattan, Hanadi Soudah–Younan, Mai Al-Qassasfeh, Department of English The course portfolio is a guide for faculty members to document each of the courses they teach in a reflective manner that aims at improving the teaching and learning experience. This learning toolkit suggests different steps and procedures for developing a course portfolio that meets […]

Designing Course Outlines

Designing Course Outlines

The course outline is considered an important contract between the faculty member and the student. It provides the students with the necessary information on the course content, its objectives and what is expected of them.  Toolkit Course Outline Click Here See Link: https://chroniclevitae.com/news/1864-your-syllabus-doesn-t-have-to-look-like-a-contract

Lesson Study

Lesson Study

PeterDudley Lesson Study (LS) is a highly specified form of action research. It involves a group of teachers who collaboratively plan, teach and observe students’ learning in ‘research lessons’ and then analyze and record their findings in order to maximize the benefits from the teaching and learning experience. This toolkit provides practical guidance on the […]

Assessment for Learning

Assessment for Learning

Shukri Sanbar This toolkit focuses on the main components of the assessment process, from the moment data is collected to its interpretation. It also includes activities on how to design assessment tools that are aligned with the learning outcomes of a course.  Toolkit on Assessment  Click Here

BU Nursing Students – Developing Leadership Personality

The Institute has provided several classes and workshops for BU Nursing students. From 3 February 2015 to 12 May 2015, a Youth Leadership class met every Tuesday for two hours a week. Class topics included communication, personality assessments, theories of leadership, and community involvement. At the end of each course, participants were awarded certificates of completion. The course was conducted […]

Lasallian Leadership 14 May 2015

On 14 May 2015, a course entitled Lasallian Leadership  was conducted for 35 women from Bethlehem, Beit Sahour and Beit Jala. Br. Mark McKeon, VP for Human Resources & Administrative Affairs conducted these sessions.

Midwifery Leadership Course/ Fall 2014

The Cardinal Martini Leadership Institute in cooperation with the faculty of Nursing at BU established leadership course for Midwifery students. The course started in Fall 2014, it took place every Tuesday for two hours a week. Class topics included communication, personality assessments, theories of leadership, and community involvement. At the end of each course, students were awarded […]

قانون تحديد استعمال النقد في اسرائيل -ا. اليكس حدوة

“افضل وصف يمكن اعطائه لالقتصاد الفلسطيني هو انه اقتصاد أسير و ُمقيد بفعل المعيقات والتشريعات االسرائيلية واالتفاقيات المبرمة مع السلطات االسرائيلية، ولذلك من المهم جًدا دراسة القوانين االسرائيلية لمعرفة مدى تأثيرها على الحياة التجارية واالقتصادية للفلسطينيين وخاصة القابعين منهم تحت سلطة االحتالل. ولهذا السبب قمت بقراءة واعداد ملخص بسيط الهم القضايا المتعلقة في قانون تحديد […]

Bitcoin stumbles on anniversary of its all-high-price -Alex Hadweh

“Many students turned to me showing their interest to know more about new financial and economic trends. Bitcoin represents a great illustration to those who are interested in investing and dealing with risky volatile instruments. I think it is important for our students to watch the performance of bitcoin and learn lessons from it. Below […]

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Peer Initiative

CETL Fall Peer initiative hosted on 21 November 2019 Dr. Ahmad Fasfous  from the Department of Social Science to talk about integrating principles of psychology in the teaching process.   Dr. Ahmed gave a brief introduction to theories and terms and explained the importance of being aware of how memory whether short or long influence the […]

CETL In-Depth Peer Initiatives: Learner-Centered Teaching and Learning Spring 2020

No. Subject Date/ LocationB-107 Facilitated by 1  Flipped Classroom Monday 27/01/2020Thursday 30/01/202011:00-13:00 Dr. Huwaida Rabie,Mr. Alex. HadwehMr. Elias Mukarker  2 Problem-BasedLearning Monday 03/02/2020Thursday 06/02/202011:00-13:00 Ms. Paola HandalDr. Hala Nassar 3  Project-Based Learning Monday 10/02/2020Thursday 13/02/202011:00-13:00 Dr. Ahmad FasfousMs. Paola Handal  4  AssessmentStudent Card & Course Individualization   Monday 17/02/2020Thursday 20/02/202011:00-13:00 Dr. Suhail OdehMr. Mahdi Kleibo […]

Arabic language student activities

Dr. Jamil Khader and Dr. Zein Al-Abideen Al-Awawdeh awarded research grants Dr. Jamil Khader, Dean of Research and Professor in the English Department, and Zein Al-Abideen Al-Awawdeh, Associate Professor in the Arabic Department, were awarded research grants through the Palestine Quebec Science Bridge (PQSB). The Bridge is funded by the Palestine Academy for Science and Technology, […]

Graphic Design

الهدف العام للدورة: تيدف ىذه الدورة إلى إكساب المتدربين الميارات الضرورية إلتقان فن التصميم الجرافيكي من خالل استخدام برامج التصميم، مثل: الفوتوشوب, الميستريتور, االنديزاين ، ثم يتم تدريبيم عمى إنتاج تصاميم عالية الجودة لصور ورسومات فنية وشعارات ومنشورات وصفحات دعائية. الفئة المستهدفة: العاممون في مجال تصميم الصور و الرسومات، وتصميم الجرافيك والمجاالت المشابو،الذين يبحثون عن […]

Two Faculty Members Win Research Grants in Quebec

Dr. Jamil Khader and Dr. Zein Al-Abideen Al-Awawdeh awarded research grants Dr. Jamil Khader, Dean of Research and Professor in the English Department, and Zein Al-Abideen Al-Awawdeh, Associate Professor in the Arabic Department, were awarded research grants through the Palestine Quebec Science Bridge (PQSB). The Bridge is funded by the Palestine Academy for Science and Technology, […]

Introduction to Italian Language

“Sowing Hope, Touching Hearts” Ms. Nour Al-Madboh, a 1996 Education graduate of Bethlehem University, along with her co-teacher, ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Mr. Mohammad Sadek has come to the University Library on two occasions to orient their young pupils with what a learning resource center is all about. The young third-grade pupils were toured arou nd the Library, noiselessly, as […]

Intermediate Hebrew Language

“Sowing Hope, Touching Hearts” Ms. Nour Al-Madboh, a 1996 Education graduate of Bethlehem University, along with her co-teacher, ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Mr. Mohammad Sadek has come to the University Library on two occasions to orient their young pupils with what a learning resource center is all about. The young third-grade pupils were toured arou nd the Library, noiselessly, as […]

Introduction to German Language

“Sowing Hope, Touching Hearts” Ms. Nour Al-Madboh, a 1996 Education graduate of Bethlehem University, along with her co-teacher, ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Mr. Mohammad Sadek has come to the University Library on two occasions to orient their young pupils with what a learning resource center is all about. The young third-grade pupils were toured around the Library, noiselessly, as they […]

Bethlehem University Education Alumna Brings Her Elementary Pupils to the Library

“Sowing Hope, Touching Hearts” Ms. Nour Al-Madboh, a 1996 Education graduate of Bethlehem University, along with her co-teacher, ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Mr. Mohammad Sadek has come to the University Library on two occasions to orient their young pupils with what a learning resource center is all about. The young third-grade pupils were toured around the Library, noiselessly, as they […]

Nursing Students Receive Farida Al-Budeiri Award

The Tarek Juffali Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences organized a ceremony to honor the nursing students who won the Farida Abu Dayyah Al-Budeiri Award on Thursday, 7 November 2019. Dean of the Faculty Ms. Mariam Awad welcomed and thanked Al-Budeiri family and Mr. Adel Al-Budeiri for annually honoring the top nursing student. She also […]

Feature: Artificial Intelligence Championship Winner

Graduate Profile: Rana Khair Winning the Inspiration Award and People’s Choice Award at the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Family Challenge in California, USA, was an unforgettable experience. It was a challenge that I went through with my eldest daughter, Selina.  Selina and I, Rana Khair, created an app called “My Drawings Speak Up” that analyzes children’s […]

Faculty and Staff Meet to Inaugurate New Semester

Bethlehem University held its faculty and staff meeting on Wednesday, 15 January 2020, to mark the beginning of the spring 2020 semester. Opening prayer and reflection were led by Brother Peter Iorlano, Coordinator of Institutional Values, based on the Lasallian theme for 2020 “Great Things Are Possible”. Dr. Irene Hazou, Vice President for Academic Affairs, presided […]

XYZ Conference on Palestine

XYZ Conference on Palestine

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Faculty and Staff Meet to Inaugurate New Semester

Bethlehem University held its faculty and staff meeting on Wednesday, 15 January 2020, to mark the beginning of the spring 2020 semester. Opening prayer and reflection were led by Brother Peter Iorlano, Coordinator of Institutional Values, based on the Lasallian theme for 2020 “Great Things Are Possible”. Dr. Irene Hazou, Vice President for Academic Affairs, presided […]

Feature: Preserving Folk Art

“Dancing Dabke is the only thing that helps me get out of the depression of passing checkpoints,” said Nour Bakri a fourth-year student from Jerusalem who is majoring in Business Administration. “When I hear the sound of music, I disengage from the whole world; I start to move my legs without even realizing it.” Nour […]

Alumni Children’s Christmas Party Held on Campus

The Alumni Relations Office organized the annual alumni Christmas party for the graduates and their children in the auditorium on Friday, 3 January 2020. The alumni were greeted by Vice Chancellor Brother Peter Bray, Vice President for Advancement Brother Belayneh Medhanit, FSC, and Alumni Relations Officer Ms. Haneen Musleh. Ms. Haneen welcomed the alumni on […]

For the Love of Education: Art Club Supports Orphans

“I eagerly await Fridays so I can play with the children and put smiles on their faces,” Christine Handal said. Christine, a third-year student majoring in Primary Level Education, took part in the Faculty of Education’s Art Club during the 2019 spring semester. The Art Club was established in 2014 by students in the Faculty […]

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