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Bioinformatics student receives scholarship named after female trailblazer

Malki Malov awarded tuition to JCT’s Tal Campus as recipient of a scholarship established in memory of Dr. Rozalie Schachter.

Bioinformatics student accepts scholarship named for trailblazer

Mechanism to help seniors access technology wins hackathon

JCT hackathon for women features technology to help detect when babies are left in parked cars, mechanism to help seniors access technology.

Mechanism to help seniors access technology wins hackathon

Tal Campus: "Evolution from dream to reality"

Groundbreaking inaugurates new campus that will usher in a notable academic and socioeconomic milestone, including for women's education.

Tal Campus: "Evolution from dream to reality"player

Jerusalem College of Technology breaks ground on trailblazing new women’s campus

New Tal Campus will expand opportunities, empower women to pursue higher education & attain employment in top fields.

JCT breaks ground on trailblazing new women’s campus player

Jerusalem College of Technology launches new business program for Women

Mirroring the offering on College’s men’s campus, the new initiative is Israeli capital’s only business program exclusively for women.

Jerusalem College of Technology opens women's business program

Government greenlights Israel's first-ever health informatics program

Israeli government approves Jerusalem College of Technology master’s program in cutting-edge field of health informatics.

Gov't greenlights Israel's first-ever health informatics program

Jerusalem College of Technology receives government approval to expand campus

The new women's campus offers increased opportunities for students to pursue higher education, attain quality employment.

Government approves expansion of Jerusalem women's college

200 religious high school seniors compete in Physics Olympiad

Jerusalem College of Technology hosts Ninth Annual 'Physics Olympiad', drawing hundreds of seniors from religious high schools.

200 religious high school seniors compete in Physics Olympiad

JCT receives approval to launch Israel’s first nursing master’s degree in English

New program will equip nurses to tackle rising challenge of comorbidity for patients with various types of diseases.

JCT receives approval to launch Israel’s first MSN in English

For International Program head at Jerusalem College of Technology, students are ‘heroes’

From the US to Israel, and from the synagogue to the college campus, one thing has remained constant for Rabbi Elie Mischel: his students.

For International Program head at JCT, students are ‘heroes’

Matchmaking app for religious community partners with OU, now available in English

The app, which was developed by a JCT student, offers carefully curated matches to those in the community looking for love.

Matchmaking app for religious community now available in English

From India to the Holy Land: The journey of an immigrant from the Bnei Menashe

Rivka Hilsia may have grown up in India, but as a member of the Bnei Menashe, her heart has always been in Israel. This is her story.

From India to the Holy Land: The journey of an immigrant

Jerusalem College of Technology launches trailblazing cyber security program

With support from Israel Innovation Authority, Cyber Elite 2.0 set to build on success of pilot program, bolstering Israel’s cyber industry.

Jerusalem college launches trailblazing cyber security program

Jerusalem college dedicates new dorm for religious students

Jerusalem College of Technology dedicates new dormitory supported by gift from Jewish Legacy Charitable Foundation.

Jerusalem college dedicates new dorm for religious students

Jerusalem College of Technology launches new course on hi-tech preparedness

New course helps haredim make significant strides toward entrance into Israel’s hi-tech workforce.

Jerusalem college launches new course on hi-tech preparedness

Hackathon participants displayed an 'incredible amount of creativity and mental fortitude'

Image processing technology that automatically detects if a senior falls down wins Jerusalem College of Technology Women’s Hackathon.

'Incredible amount of creativity and mental fortitude'

The ‘best of both worlds’

Jerusalem native Avital Parasha explains why leading a life engaged in both Torah and science was the right choice for her.

The ‘best of both worlds’

Israeli company launches app to help clear distressed minds

New 'MindReset' app uses unique mobile eye-tracking technology to help heal trauma.

Israeli company launches app to help clear distressed minds

New pilot program to use drones for deliveries instead of trucks

Jerusalem College of Technology graduates win government contract that could transform the delivery industry.

New pilot program to use drones for deliveries instead of trucks

Jerusalem college opens new track to meet growing need for pharmacists

Jerusalem College of Technology launches new tracks in internal medicine and pharmacy to meet pressing needs in Israel.

Jerusalem college opens new track for future pharmacists

Live in Israel, study in English

The Jerusalem College of Technology offers exciting, high-level programs that combine academic excellence with passionate Torah learning.

Live in Israel, study in English

Deconstructing Stigma: The new project granting legitimacy to those with mental illness

Jerusalem College of Technology partners with McLean Hospital to reduce stigma around mental illness.

'People with mental illness are more than just statistics'

New immigrants create predictive Hebrew learning tool for 'Hackathon' competition

5th annual JCT Great Minds Hackathon, a 48-hour virtual event, included nearly 100 engineering and business students from the college.

New immigrants create predictive Hebrew learning tool

Women's hackathon aims to use technology to solve coronavirus dilemmas

Women’s Hackathon at Jerusalem College of Technology produces creative solutions for pandemic’s challenges.

Women's hackathon aims to solve coronavirus dilemmas

Jerusalem College of Technology gets new state-of-the-art women's campus

Jerusalem Minister Rafi Peretz visits forthcoming women’s campus in Jerusalem, lauds project’s promise to empower diverse populations.

Women's college gets new state-of-the-art campus

Jerusalem College of Technology launches online 'Beit Midrash'

Faceing coronavirus restrictions, Jerusalem College of Technology unveils online Beit Midrash to foster interaction in a virtual environment

Jerusalem College of Technology launches online 'Beit Midrash'

Finding the perfect balance between religious and academic life

Jerusalem College of Technology enables international students to navigate a delicate balance between religious and academic life.

Finding the perfect balance between religious and academic life

Nursing students provide lifeline for at-risk Israelis during coronavirus outbreak

Jerusalem College of Technology nursing students assist nursing homes with curbing spread of coronavirus.

Nursing students provide lifeline for at-risk Israelis

Artists offer live interactive shows to disadvantaged populations isolated due to COVID-19

New JCT initiative brings musicians and artists into the homes of children with disabilities during the COVID-19 crisis.

Artists offer live interactive shows to kids with disabilities

New 'TakeAction' program helps emergency services and nonprofits serve their clientele

Jerusalem College of Technology launches initiative to develop tech solutions for emergency services, vulnerable populations, amid outbreak.

New 'TakeAction' program helps emergency services, nonprofits

Hundreds of religious high schoolers compete in 'Olympiphysics'

Jerusalem College of Technology hosts hundreds of high school juniors and seniors from religious high schools for physics competition.

Hundreds of religious high schoolers compete in 'Olympiphysics'

Jerusalem college works with auto brake company to open new lab

Automotive brake manufacturer opens a research and development center at the Jerusalem College of Technology (JCT).

Jerusalem college works with auto brake company to open new lab

The college producing Israel's unsung science and tech heroes

This Jerusalem college is producing Israel’s unsung heroes in the fields of science and technology.

The college producing Israel's unsung science and tech heroes

New Torah & Technology Research Center to open in Jerusalem

Is lab-grown pork kosher? Can Jews ride in autopiloted cars on the Sabbath? New research center to study implications of tech developments.

New Torah & Technology Research Center to open in Jerusalem

Helping haredim study technology can help the economy

Blue and White MK Izhar Shay: 'Haredi students contribute to Israel's resilience.'

Helping haredim study technology can help the economy

Oxygen monitoring device wins prize at Hackathon

Solution for wearable device to better monitor infants' oxygen levels wins Jerusalem College of Technology’s 2nd Annual Women’s Hackathon.

Oxygen monitoring device wins prize at Hackathon

Life-saving solution for MDA ambulances wins hackathon prize

The 3rd annual Great Minds Hackathon, which ended Friday, also saw challenges presented by Intel, IBM, and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems.

Life-saving solution for MDA ambulances wins hackathon prize

'A remarkable Israeli institution in so many ways'

Education minister praises Jerusalem College of Technology for its academic excellence, dedication to Torah and love of the State of Israel.

'A remarkable Israeli institution in so many ways'player

Torah learning and a career? Yeshiva students can have it all

How can young adult yeshiva students spend long hours learning Torah, but also pursue a professional career at the same time?

Torah learning and a career? Yeshiva students can have it all

Is our antibiotics addiction killing us?

By taking unnecessary antibiotics and eating food filled with it, humanity is writing its own death warrant, claims recent report.

Is our antibiotics addiction killing us?