Academic Merit Scholarships for Graduate Students
The School of Social Work grants these special scholarships to encourage students to select a research track of study. Intended for students of academic merit who are writing a master's or doctoral thesis.
The Florence Ben-Dov Memorial Scholarship in the Field of Volunteerism
Established by her family in memory of Florence Ben-Dov who directed the Volunteer Division of the Tel-Aviv-Jaffa municipality. Intended for graduate students in the School of Social Work who volunteer or are writing a thesis on volunteerism.
The Professor Shimon Bergman Memorial Scholarship in Gerontology
Established in memory of Professor Shimon Bergman, a faculty member of the School and a pioneer in gerontology in Israel, who initiated broad, innovative activiites in this field. Founded by his widow, Israel Prize winner Professor Rivka Bergman, to advance gerontology research and teaching. Intended for students in the School of Social Work and in the Department of Nursing who conduct research or intervention aiming to heighten awareness of this domain.
The Miriam and Fishel Itchaki Memorial Scholarship in Gerontology
Established by their daughter to memorialize her parents. Intended for students in the School of Social Work who conduct research or intervention aiming to heighten awareness of this domain.
The Inga Gothfarb Memorial Scholarship in Gerontology
Donated by Inga Gothfarb (of blessed memory), a social worker who saved Jews during and after World War II and then generously funded interventions for the elderly. Intended for graduate students involved in gerontology research, thesis writing, practicum, or professional intervention.
The Kramer-Levinson Memorial Scholarship for Financial Aid
Established in memory of Martin and Linda Kramer of New York and their cousin Ruth Levinson of Tel-Aviv. Intended for graduate students who experience financial distress that may impede their studies.
The Zipora and Bezalel Shahar-Boim Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Zipora and Bezalel Shahar-Boim, who bequeathed much of their estate to public causes, particularly helping children in need. Intended for students pursuing all degrees in the School who are involved in social intervention with children or elderly populations in distress in the Tel- Aviv area (outside of their study or work settings).
The Professor Martin Wolins Memorial Scholarship for Boarding Schools
Established by his family in memory of Professor Martin Wolins, who contributed greatly to the development of the School's curricula in its early years. Intended for graduate students who are conducting work on boarding schools for children and youth.
Elem Youth in Distress Scholarship
Established to encourage research in the area of youth at risk. Intended for graduate students.