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President’s
Letter
Today Mr. Dave Sharma, the Australian Ambassador to Israel and members of his diplomatic staff visited the historic Semakh Train Station on the southern point of the Sea of Galilee.
The building is situated in the center of the college campus located on the southern shore of the Sea of Galilee. As a main building of the college it incorporates a variety of spaces used for offices, classrooms, laboratories, a video studio and communications. The spaces are spread out through the twisty building, and follow circular lines which form a panoramic sheath which offers views of the surrounding landscape from all directions and angles. The building has three stories, but from the main road only appears to have two floors.
The academic library is a place that blends the intellectual with the social, the academic and the community. The ambiance in the library is one of study in a social environment while providing content and information services through a professional and skilled staff. The building is inviting and accommodates a wide range of forms of study and encounter, while taking into account the various needs of the rich community readers that includes the college students, the lecturers and the residents of the Jordan Valley.
The Council for Conservation of Heritage Sites in Israel and the Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee led the rehabilitation of the station and its conversion into a unique active academic historical site which accommodates academic and non-academic studies, as well as a visitors’ center for the general public which is due to open in the near future.
The building of the Achi Racov School of Engineering is characterized by a set of classrooms of different sizes which accommodates study clusters. The building contains two unique lecture auditoria which face the landscape of the Sea of Galilee, so that the people attending the lecture also experience the view and the surrounding area. This makes the study experience in these auditoria unique.
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