In 2018, The Leonian Multimedia Studio, located on Herzog’s Alon Shvut campus, was renovated and upgraded thanks to a 5-year grant from the Leonian Foundation.
The auditorium at Hechal Shlomo was dedicated and renovated in memory of Noach’s brother Menahem Prywes z’l – a passionate advocate of renewed Jewish settlement of the Land of Israel. At age 17, Menahem was brutally killed by British police for protesting the White Paper limiting Jewish settlement in Palestine in 1940.
The Irving Moskowitz Classroom Building on Herzog’s Migdal Oz campus for women will be erected and dedicated in 2020 in memory of Dr. Irving Moskowitz, z’l.
The world’s largest Tanakh conference, attended by more than 5,000 participants each summer in Gush Etzion. Taking place 16-19 July, 2023.
Herzog College prints and distributes various academic and research publications, including scholarly books, periodicals and journals.
A Herzog College Tanakh learning initiative for those following the 929 program of learning a daily chapter of the Bible.
A Beit Midrash program supporting the development of female voices in halachic discourse, through coursework and publication of scholarly articles.
Studios where Herzog College’s digital learning team creates online course materials and lectures for training teachers throughout the Jewish world.
Promotes Jewish democratic discourse and Jewish identity in the Israeli school system while building bridges between the secular and religious populations of Israel.
Herzog College’s online resource for creating meaningful and relevant lesson plans to engage 21st century students in Hebrew.