Hadas started her undergraduate training in Archaeology and Egyptology at the Institute of Archaeology at Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2012. She then continued to her MA-studies in 2014 in Egyptology, writing her thesis on Egyptian inscriptions in Canaan in the Bronze Age under the supervision of Dr. Arlette David. Hadas spent the winter semester 2016-2017 at the University of Vienna in the framework of the ERASMUS student mobility program. For the academic year of 2016-17, Hadas was awarded the Shlomo Galas and Penny Balaban prize in the Humanities at Hebrew University.
Hadas joins “Tracing Transformations” in her final phase of her MA, and contributing her analysis of Egyptian written documents found in the southern Levant. At Tel Lachish, she is responsible for the registration and documentation of finds, as well as for logistic support.