These bylaws are intended to regulate the rights and duties of advisors and of students conducting research under their supervision, in the writing of an MA/MSc and PhD thesis. The provisions in the present bylaws are subject to the provisions of the Teaching and Learning Procedures and of the Regulations for Research Students. In any case of discrepancy, the provisions of the other regulations shall apply.
TThe name of the Hebrew University, its emblem, stationery bearing its name and its website belong to the University and are intended for use for the purpose of the objectives of the University in the framework of the conduct of its activity. Members of staff must ensure that any ascription to the University is correct and accurate.
These Regulations are intended to regulate the conditions under which a member of the academic staff in a full time position may engage in additional work, and establish the procedure for submitting requests for additional work, as well as the procedure for their approval.
This statute details matters concerning student disciplinary offenses, the definition of offenses and punishments, the authorities for discipline, hearing procedures and appeals, mediation procedures with the Dean and more.
The Regulations for Research Students present specific issues related to Ph.D. students. However, other Regulations concerning students of the Hebrew University, such as NAHAL (regulations related to studies), tuition regulations, Students' conduct etc. apply to Ph.D. students as well.
The purpose of these Regulations is to ensure that the University is a safe working and study environment, devoid of any sexual harassment or intimidation of a sexual nature. The regulations details what Sexual harassment is, the Commissioner for the Prevention of Sexual Harassment, the procedure for Reporting Sexual Harassment, the procedures, the Bodies in Charge etc.
The Hebrew University requires that its research workers adhere to the principles and rules laid out below in all aspects of their research, including: the planning and submitting of research proposals for funding; generating, documenting, analyzing and preserving data; appropriating, publishing, sharing and commercializing results.