About Modern Israel
- Pew Research Center, "Israelis United About Their Country, Divided Over Values and Religion’s Role" March 2016
- City University of London - Department of Sociology Poll: The Attitudes of British Jews Towards Israel November 2015
- Brandeis University Study - "Antisemitism on the college campus: Perceptions and realities," June 2015
Program & Events
- May 3, 2016 -- Professor Ken Stein, "Why Israel Education is Vital to Jewish Learning in the 21st Century," The Milken School, Los Angeles, CA
- May 4, 2016 –- Rich Walter, "Teacher Training Seminar for Faculty of Atlanta Jewish Academy in Preparation for a Special Unit on Israel", Atlanta, GA.
- May 4, 2016 –- Professor Ken Stein, "Professional Development, Knowing, Owning, and Communicating Israel’s Story,” The Milken School, Los Angeles, CA
- May 9, 2016 –- Rich Walter, "Teen Education Program on Israel," Temple Beth Shalom, Roslyn Heights, NY
- May 12, 2016 –- Rich Walter, “Shift and Pivot? Israel Knowledge, Education and Jewish Identity,” Webinar for Members of the Jewish Educators Assembly
- June 6, 2016 –- Professor Ken Stein and Rabbi Ellen Nemhauser, "Toronto Rabbinic Israel Enrichment Seminar," Toronto, CA
- June 26-30, 2016, -- 15th annual CIE/ISMI Workshop for pre-collegiate teachers. "History, Culture and Politics of Modern Israel" will be held in Atlanta, GA. Space is limited, we suggest applying immediately. Virtually all expenses paid, including available travel stipends. See teacher participant endorsements of workshops past - https://israeled.org/workshop-evaluations/
What We Do at ISMI
- Founded in 1998, we are the OLDEST permanent Israel academic center in the United States.
ISMI has supported twelve Israel Visiting Scholars who have taught 600 students in 35 courses.
ISMI offers enriching internships to a select few Emory students every semester
- ISMI conducts Israel education workshops for teachers across the country
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