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26 November 2015 | in NUSF News

ASA elects New Board

 

 

ISRAEL - On Tuesday 24 November, ASA, the National University Sport Federation from Israel held its General Assembly. During this GA, the membership elected the new board of the NUSF for the period 2015-2019. Victor Hadad and Boris Baitman were elected President and Vice-President respectively.

The new Executive Committee plans to increase the number of students in competitive and recreational sports, also increase the number of PE lessons at the campuses by academic credit and encourage the students to participate in the competitions of EUSA and FISU.

ASA President Victor Hadad

ASA Board 2015-2019

President: Victor Hadad (Ben Gurion University)

Vice-President: Boris Baitman (Technion of Haifa)

EC members representing the following universities and colleges:

Ben Gurion University, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Technion of Haifa, The Open University, Tel Aviv University, Haifa University, Wingate Academic College, IDC (Interdisciplinary Center) Herzliya, and Ohalo College.


(Source: ASA)

 

 

 

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