Touro College’s New York School of Career and Applied Studies Presents Award to New York City Public Advocate Bill De Blasio at Commencement Ceremony
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Touro College’s New York School of Career and Applied Studies (NYSCAS) held its commencement ceremony on Wednesday, June 2, 2010, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Bill de Blasio, New York City Public Advocate (third from right) accepts the “Community Service Award.” De Blasio was the keynote speaker at the ceremony and encouraged the graduates to use their education to give back to their communities. Also in this photo (L-R): Associate Dean of Administration Ella Tsirulnik; Vice President of Community Education and Executive Administrative Dean Eva Spinelli-Sexter; Special Events Coordinator Joshua Zilberberg; Associate Dean of English and Communication Mira Felder; President and CEO of Touro College and Touro University Dr. Alan Kadish; and Vice President of Undergraduate Education and Dean of Faculties Dr. Stanley Boylan. At the commencement, the school conferred 431 baccalaureate degrees and 355 associate degrees.