Entries by Mitchell Price

MGSDII Offers San Diego Student Scholarship to Pursue M.F.A. at the Prestigious Tisch Film and Television School at Tel Aviv University

The MGSDII is proud to offer San Diego student, Colby Smith, a scholarship to pursue his M.F.A. in Documentary Cinema at the Tisch School at Tel Aviv University. Colby learned about the program through his participation in the MGSDII funded Jerusalem Film Workshop. This unique program deals exclusively with documentary filmmaking. Recently, documentary cinema has […]

Visiting Professor, Haim Suchowski, Speaks at SDSU Club

Dr. Haim Suchowski spoke this week at an event held by SDSU’s TAMID Group. TAMID Group is a prestigious business and technology organization that provides its members with hands-on experience in consulting companies on solutions to important problems and conducting equity research. Members study and advise Israeli companies through a comprehensive hands-on interaction with the […]

Israeli Innovator, Haim Suchowski, Teaches Engineering at USD

If the 20th century was the century of the electron (think electronics, computers and the World Wide Web), then the 21st century is the century of light. We’re talking about lasers and light on the nano-scale. The concept of “the century of light” has been expressed by scientists all over the world and was underscored when the […]

Watch: Israel’s English-Language Media and its Jewish-American Readers

View a recording of the event below. Join the MGSDII’s Latest Visiting Professor, Gilad Halpern, for a Discussion on Israel’s Booming English-Language Media Industry Over the last few decades, the media industry has suffered a tremendous blow. Decline in trust, the collapse of a once-robust business model, and the proliferation of social media have all turned […]

Watch: Conflict and Cohesion – A Test of Shared Society in Israel

View a recording of the event below. Over this past week, we’ve watched the escalation of hostilities between Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza, resulting in terrible loss of life, disruption, and destruction. At the same time, civil unrest has emerged primarily in Israel’s more diverse cities, uncovering deeply-rooted anger, inequities, fear and trauma. Many […]

Watch: The Latest Archaeological Excavations in Jerusalem – Digging in a Glass House

View a recording of the event below. Join Tel Aviv University Professor Yuval Gadot (lead archaeologist at the “City of David” and head of the Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Cultures) and UC San Diego Professor Tom Levy (Norma Kershaw Chair in the Archaeology of Ancient Israel and Neighboring Lands) for an in depth discussion of the excavation’s latest […]