Hayim Feuer’s strategic pursuit of a career in politics
Shloime Fellig’s path from Parisian yeshiva to tech-savvy online commerce
“What to tell your children?”
LAS Biology grad Yakov Glicksman’s humbling study of the human body
LAS grad and Columbia professor Dvora Sanders thinks outside the lab
2012 Alum Sarah Krauss is Getting Down to Business
Touro Poli-Sci Grad Yosef Brown’s Full-Circle Approach to Marketing and Life
Rabbi Asher Taub’s Open-Eared, Wide-Hearted, Spiritual Social Work
Poetry in Emotion
Naomi Berlin Tests the Waters, Changes Course and Finds Success
What’s the best way to spread cheer? Singing loud for all to hear!
LCW students celebrate the annual Chagigah
Rabbi Bronspigel pops into Lander today for a surprise shiur on Chanukah.
In Lander fashion, we enjoyed a spiritual triple-play of food, Torah and music in honor of Chanukah.
Torah, tournaments and the beat.
Rachel Florence’s transition from psychology to the dentist’s chair
Josh Pruzansky’s mission to fund non-secular schools
Lander finance graduate talks about entering the world of finance in 2012 and financial advice.
Sari Herzog’s slightly unpredictable path toward helping others
First year TouroCOM students help their classmate's family clean up after the storm.
Writer/Editor Rachel Goldberger’s Still Evolving Journey from Seminary to the Courts
By Eileen Sordo, Class of 2013, and Craig Kovera, PhD
A Profile of Rachel Weiss
Coordinated through Achiezer, and in collaboration with Nivneh, Lander students went to Far Rockaway this past Sunday and Belle Harbor today, to help in Hurricane Sandy recovery.
Social Work Student Yisroel Isaacs Seeks to Treat Secular and Religious Alike
We all know that Lander men are talented. But some of you might not know just where those talents lie.
LCM was honored to host Dr. Kadish, President and CEO of Touro College, as a guest speaker during club hour. He delivered a presentation on a timely topic utilizing his expertise in medicine, analyzed through the prism of Torah.
Over 5,600 miles from Queens, from the halls of LCM to the streets of Jerusalem, Dr. Sokol and Rabbi Shmulewitz hosted LCM alumni now living in Israel.
Mahnaz Shmalo’s Journey from Iran to Israel to the Classroom
A good weekend with a good group.
B3 anyone? Melava malka food and fun.
Social Worker Annetta Grey’s Quest for Inspirational Geriatric Care
LCM was privileged to welcome Rabbi Bronspigel back to the beis medrash to give yesterday’s shiur klali.
Zehava Blechner Pasternak Goes from Touro Grad to Magazine Curator
Aryeh Grossman’s dedication to fighting cancer through biology
It was with great pleasure that Touro College and Lander College for Men/Beis Medrash L’Talmud welcomed Rabbi Yonason Sacks as Rosh HaYeshiva.
This past week’s “in-Shabbos” with Rabbi Sacks was as Shabbos should be – relaxing and inspirational.
Math Teacher (and Student) David Lee Follows His Gut
TouroCOM participated in the Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run/NYC Family Health Walk-A-Thon for Peace in Our Communities.
What better way to start your college journey than on a hiking trail?
This past Monday night AECOM held its annual “on becoming a physician” ceremony, a.k.a. “white coat” ceremony.
Rachel Cohan Looks to Her Daughters and Mother for Mid-Life Inspiration
Touro LAS Grad Gabriel Hoffnung Looks to Help the Orthodox Community Find Peace
John Sardo Uses Math Education to Empower Himself and His Community
Dafna Ben-Anath’s Global Educational Journey
Dr. Piotr B. Kozlowski, Dean of Research at TouroCOM is passionate about science and research (just ask him for a tour of the labs).
Touro Grad and Graphic Artist Claudio Garcia Shares the Joys of Teaching
Hunter Vincent, OMS II, is hanging out in Cartagena, Colombia this summer.
Art student, Simi Bleier, writes about Professor Ayzman's class trip to the Lower East Side
Micha Milgraum, the fourth and final member of his family to attend the Lander College for Men (LCM), will graduate on June 10th. Micha will be recognized with the College Service Award at commencement.
Dr. David Lenihan’s high tech classrooms are geared to ensure student success.
As part of their Scrubs for Cubs program, The Pediatrics Club headed by Jackie Rodriguez, Kaitlyn Piatt, Niva Shah, Raza Ashraf and faculty advisor Dr. Sushama Rich, organized an amazing day for PS 197 on May 21.
May 14, 2012, New York, NY—Rabbi Yonason Sacks, a revered and beloved Torah scholar, has been appointed Rosh HaYeshiva of Beis Medrash L’Talmud at Lander College for Men (LCM), announced Dr. Alan Kadish, president and CEO of The Touro College and University System.
Nineteen TouroCOM students participated in the “Miles for Healthier Lifestyles” Bike and Run Relay sponsored by the AMA.
TouroCOM Professor of Pathology Dr. Tipsuda Bahri, and several students participated in a health fair sponsored by Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership & Central Harlem Healthy Start. Students distributed informative pamphlets on how new mothers and other members of the community can maintain a healthy life.
Let h and k be positive integers. Prove that for every ǫ > 0, there are positive integers m and n such that ǫ < |h√m− k√n| < 2ǫMay 9, 2012
Lander student, Mendy Friedman, takes prestigious place in math competition
LAS student, Raizel Shurpin, reflects on Dr. Alter-Muri's art of the Holocaust lecture
Dr. Martin S. Levine, DO, associate dean for educational development at TouroCom took a sabbatical this year to serve as president of the AOA (American Osteopathic Association). He returned home, to TouroCom, to speak with students on “Thinking Osteopathically”.
An International Flavor
On Sunday April 29 the first annual “Battle of Supremacy” Basketball game went down between Touro College of Pharmacy and Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Several TouroCOM professors and students attended Harlem’s first ever Holistic Health Day. Drs. Delbridge and Weston, Ms. Beauplan and Ms. Sommerville, were in attendance.
Annual health fair is a success.
During the beginning of April I had the opportunity to travel to Nigeria with my mother to go visit family members.
TouroCOM students volunteer their time to assist in the “Harlem Heart Healthy Workshop Series”.
First years from TouroCOM traveled to Albany to lobby for their profession. They met with Senators and Assembly Members from different New York districts to ensure they have the appropriate knowledge to make informed decisions regarding osteopathic medicine legislation.
TouroCOM was one of the sponsors of the 2nd Annual Urban Health Conference which took place at Harlem Hospital on March 28.
Members of the TouroCOM family travelled with Dean Goldberg to Washington D.C. on March 28th to meet with legislators, as part of AACOM’s COM Day on Capitol Hill.
TouroCOM students-Rachel Juchnowski OMS1, Jennifer Chovitch OMS1, and Angelene Elliott OMS2 -participated in the ACOFP (American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians) conference in Kissimmee, FL. Here students met with Shrek and Co. as well as learned different techniques in family medicine.
And the guys were in.
Third year medical student Karen Schught continues to mentor the junior high school students she taught, from across the country.
Several TouroCOM students volunteered at Harlem Children’s Zone “Walk it out” event on Saturday March 24. “Walk it out” is a program designed to promote healthy lifestyles in Harlem. Students that participated included: Azuka Onye, Eguono Eduvie, Catrina LeBlanc, Orlando Thomas, and Anastasia Clervil.
The Pediatrics Club organized a presentation for a group of students at a local Harlem elementary school where they discussed and educated the students on nutrition, asthma and the importance of exercise.
Rafi Motechin, a junior at Touro’s Lander College for Men, recently organized a fashion show for the residents of New Vanderbilt Rehab & Care Center in Staten Island.
Sure, we’re thrilled when our alumni have a chance to hang out with the current crop of guys at Lander—it’s always fun to swap stories about what was vs. what is—but it’s even better when the convergence brings professional networking to the table.
Lander Alum Jason Appleson Blends Faith and Finance
TouroCOM students headed to the Hill to advocate for their profession at AOA’s DO Day on the Hill.
Wanting to spread the Purim cheer, Moshe Benner arranged a trip to an old age home near Landers and students danced and laughed with some of the residents.
Summer Research: Stroke Rehabilitation
Sometimes you just need to chill – hang out with friends, maybe dance out a little stress, have a smoothie…
Cadaver Lab 2012
TouroCOM faculty and students participated in the 2012 Harlem Week Street Fair.
Adar was ushered in with a special treat. In honor of Rosh Chodesh LCM students enjoyed a sumptuous breakfast and inspiring words from the renowned Rabbi Shaya Cohen, Rosh HaYeshiva of Yeshiva Zichron Aryeh and Kollel Ner Yehoshua and founder of Priority-1.
Lander Men wear yellow and green
TouroCOM student Eva Li travelled to Kharkiv, Ukraine last summer to volunteer for the International Children’s Heart Foundation (ICHF).
Savitha Bonthala, MS3 at Touro Univ. College of Osteopathic Medicine and Anne C. Carter Global Health Fellow
Key of DO (American Medical Student Association) club at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine deliver Valentine’s Day candy grams.
Thinking "Leong" Term
B 27 anyone? This past motzei Shabbos, our first back on campus after winter break, LCM students hosted Bingo night. With a twist.
Everything is better with chocolate.
Students intern at Healthfirst.
Marking an outstanding achievement in academia, Graduate School of Jewish Studies Associate Professor Dr. Natalia Aleksiun has earned three research fellowships for the current academic year at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research in New York and the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe in Lviv, Ukraine.
Otherwise known as a tisch.
It’s all the rage and coming to a runway near you.
Rabbi Bamberger led a tisch.
1: the night of Chanukah on which the mesiba was held
Dr. Naftali Moses’ son was killed in the Merkaz HaRav Kook massacre. It was a very personal loss for him, but he was confronted with the national loss and political image his son took on in death.