Two BMI Fellows won the prestigious Dan David scholarship for the second year!


Karen Umansky, a Boris Mints Institute Fellow and a Ph.D. student at the department of Public Policy, had won the prestigious Dan David scholarship in the category of Defending Democracy for her study: The Rise of New Radical Parties in Contemporary European Politics: Assessing the Impact of New Radical Right Parties’ Mobilization Strategy on the Political Sphere.

Patricia Akao, a Boris Mints Institute Fellow and a Ph.D. student at the faculty of Engineering, had won the prestigious Dan David scholarship in the category of Combating Climate Change for her study: Microalgae utilization for plasticizers degradation and biofuel production, the circular economy concept.

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