Touro Graduate Supervising Physician Assistant at North Shore University Hospital in the Department of Surgery Recounts His Journey
An Emotional Day for the 85 Students
OMS II Andrea Attenasio Researched Genetic Variances and Bone Health
What to Consider When You’re Considering Graduate Business Study
Touro Students Meet with Prospective Employers
How three students brought their OT skills to a juvenile detention center
By Chaim Shapiro
By Yamini Chalikonda, OMS-II Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine
By Dominick A. Fortugno, Ph.D., Chair/Director of Undergraduate Studies, Touro College School of Health Sciences, Bay Shore, New York
from Lander College of Arts & Sciences in Flatbush
Laurie Giamella, SLP Class of 2016, Credits Her Late Mentor Dr. Gisele Oliveira
Some inspiration for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur
Conversations with Izzy, Kayla, Shanie, Batsheva, Abbie, Deena, Shoshie, Micaela, Rachel, and Chana
Marie Madigan is Assistant Professor in the Undergraduate Division of the School of Health Sciences.
New students get to know their campus, faculty, and fellow students.
New Physical Therapists Reminisce About Their School of Health Sciences Experience
Three students will present their research at the prestigious medical conference this year.
Get an inside scoop on where four LCM students interned this past summer.
This summer, several occupational therapy (OT) students brought their skills to Western Kentucky’s Appalachian Mountains.
SHS Physician Assistants From the Winthrop Extension Campus Discuss Futures
Students from TouroCOM’s Middletown Campus Gain Experience in Helping the Under-Served
Avodas Hashem, Academic Studies, and the World of Work
Catching Up With Students in the Women’s Division as They Register for Classes
Catching Up With Students Beginning and Finishing Their Journey at Lander College of Arts & Sciences in Flatbush
First-year Students at Lander College for Men Explain Why They Chose LCM
From bone marrow research to bioethics, cardiology to neonatology, read how several first- and second-year students spent their summer vacations.
By Khloe Le, PharmD Student, Class of 2017, Touro College of Pharmacy
By Samantha Gursky
Read Danny Gabay's personal account of his experience on the Touro College Berlin Holocaust Studies study-abroad program.
By Chaim Shapiro
Louis H. Primavera, Ph.D., dean of Touro College School of Health Sciences, and Rob Pascale, Ph.D.
Class of 2016 graduates welcome the new LCW students with some tips.
The class of 2016 graduates offer a few words of advice to those just starting their Lander journey.
The class of 2020 gets to know their new peers, faculty, and campus.
Conversations with Kamal, Junyi, Shana, LeAnna, Isaac, and Jose.
By Suzannah Raff, MScA, MSW
Debbie Mattera PT,DPT, CLT, WCC, received her BA/MA from Touro’s School of Health Sciences and returned to complete the post-professional doctor of physical therapy program.
Advice and tips from the class of 2016
By Chaim Shapiro
By Louis H. Primavera, Ph.D. and Rob Pascale, Ph.D.
During orientation we sat down with some of the new students just starting their medical career at TouroCOM-Harlem
Ruth Pierre Louis, SHS ’16, talks about the highlights of her rotation in New York Presbyterian’s Transplant Surgery Department
Ceremony marks commitment to medicine
Meet Some of the New Students at the TouroCOM-Middletown Campus
The recent class of 2016 Harlem graduates share some tips and advice to the new members of TouroCOM’s Class of 2020.
Phillip Maxwell, Class of 2013, Credits Touro’s School of Health Sciences
About Zika Virus Disease
Are your device and its operating system (OS) up-to-date?
Congratulations to the winners of our challenge in the last EPICS issue, Patrick Leytham, Touro University Nevada; Aryeh Morgulies, Touro College New York; and Sanford Weinberg, Touro College Los Angeles.
Attending college is often associated with making a lot of difficult decisions.
Safety planning is about brainstorming ways to stay safe that may also help reduce the risk of future harm.
"What better way to share the knowledge I have than to become an ESL teacher?"
Newly-minted docs Jemima Akinsanya and Jean Shiraki share a passion for community service
By Dr. Niket Sonpal
By Chaim Shapiro
Emmy-Winning Journalist Rita Cosby Addresses Manhattan Graduates
Finance major Ruvi Amiash, who hails from Switzerland, has become the latest Jewish music sensation. Touro interviewed him about his background in music, his gradual rise to fame, and his ambitious career plans.
Outstanding psychology students from Lander Colleges gain membership into international honor society.
In a farewell message to the Graduate School of Education class of 2016, faculty and staff share some parting reminders and advice, such as…
Staff and faculty at NYSCAS campuses congratulate the graduates of 2016 and offer some parting words of wisdom.
TouroCOM Dean named fellow at national healthcare oversight organization
‘Dream about the Possibilities’
June 30 marked as an appreciation day to thank all those who helped make the project a success.
To fulfill their advanced elective rotation, SHS students traveled to Israel to treat the wounded at the Medical Center of the Galilee in Northern Nahariya.
How Linn Nordlander, SHS '16, helped actualize company goals by conducting assessments and simulations during her internship at BTS Consulting.
How Lyndon Llanes, SHS '15, helped uncover the secret to employee turnover during his internship at Retensa.
Elan Telem, SHS '16, is instituting measures to increase employee engagement in his workplace, utilizing lessons and principles he learned in the I-O program.
At the Nassau County Empire State Games for the Physically Challenged, DPT students assist young athletes as they compete in various sports and recreational activities.
NYMC graduates their 157th class
“I’m fascinated by the human body and the way it moves, and also by its ability to heal itself, to repair itself.”
Second year students don white coats before beginning rotations
Alyssa Decker, SHS ’16 and Laurie Giamella, ’16 delivered their team’s presentation on “Body Pain in Professional Voice Users: Voice Complaints and Effect on Work” at the Philadelphia conference.
Seniors bid farewell to LCW before commencement
Aimed at promoting collaboration and faculty research, Touro College School of Health Sciences initiates Faculty Research Retreat.
Lander College for Women hosts its first-ever "Hackathon"
By Chaim Shapiro
College of Pharmacy's Zvi Loewy creates "all in one" system for diabetics
Globe-trotting health science students traveled to Peru to offer much-needed care to an underserved population
An interview with GradEd's Alexis Robinson
Students and faculty receive awards at annual ceremony
The accounting professor has been said to be a "dynamic, engaging, stimulating" instructor.
Manhattan Graduates Honored in Ceremonial Presentation of White Coats and Awards
England: Part 5 of our International Students Series
Students, staff and parents gather before commencement to celebrate graduates' accomplishments .
The LCM faculty share their parting words, and advice, with this year's graduates.
Political theory and practice
Learning a priority at home and abroad
In it for the education
Yosef Dov Gottlieb Named Valedictorian and Commencement Speaker for Lander College of Arts & Sciences in FlatbushMay 26, 2016
Legal ties to Torah
A little sibling rivalry never hurt anyone
Some parting words, and advice, from the TCOP faculty to the new graduates.
Meet Touro Law alumnus Darren Stakey, Class of 2015 salutatorian
A TCOP Academic Fellow on his journey thus far and the future that awaits
Parting words from the Touro Law faculty to the graduates of 2016