As part of a new, schoolwide wellness initiative, Touro's Graduate School of Social Work faculty, staff, and students are being granted opportunities to practice self-care and mindfulness.
Students often say Professor Weiner brings English to life. Here’s why.
Touro Libraries Host Annual Faculty-Author Appreciation Reception
By Dr. Mordecai Paldiel, professor of modern Jewish history at the Touro College Graduate School of Jewish Studies
LCW students get involved in the annual college-wide society fair.
On Food Day, forty-one Touro College of Pharmacy students, faculty and staff participated in the Big Apple Crunch.
Dr. Priya Somnarain, Clinical Pharmacist at Harlem Hospital, and Dr. Charrai Byrd, Clinical/Operations Pharmacy Manager for New York-Presbyterian Hospital and Director at Large for New York City Society of Health System Pharmacists, visited TCOP to share tips on becoming successful pharmacists.
By Henry Cohen, PharmD, Dean of the Touro College of Pharmacy
PharmD’s network, mingle, and interview with pharmacy representatives in retail and residency positions.
Physical Therapy students at Manhattan and Bay Shore campuses don white coats to mark the beginning of their clinical practices.
Dean Abramson’s lecture on “Judah the Maccabee” was the first in a series of free community Jewish history lectures delivered each week on Monday evenings.
Research Takes Aim at Genetic Skin Disease
By Chaim Shapiro, Assistant Director of the Touro College Office of Career Services
Touro Alum is Up-and-Coming Star in Mortgage-Lending Business
Three Tips from Joy Solomon, Esq., Director and Managing Attorney of The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse Prevention at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale
Five Questions with Career Consultant Dana Leavy-Detrick
This week, Touro College of Pharmacy’s own IPhO (Industry Pharmacists Organization) chapter hosted a Eastern Regional event with IPhO Executive Director and Founder James Alexander, PharmD; and IPhO Vice President of Professional Development & Coaching, Jerry Silverman, RPh, CCP.
Awarded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the grant will be used to incorporate SBIRT training into the Touro Manhattan Physician Assistant Program curriculum.
Students and alumnae join annual “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” walk
Students network with various Middletown health and family agencies at this community fair.
LAS students and faculty engage in dialogue about ISIS, Iran, and Israel with Dr. Mordechai Kedar of Bar Ilan University.
“I’ve always loved analyzing and studying people, in hopes to learn more about the ways the mind works.”
Students mark the official commencement of their pharmacy journeys at the Alhambra Ballroom in Harlem, New York on October 8, 2015.
LCW congratulates Dean Luchins on being awarded the Chernin Award by the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA).
Meet Rhoda, Tatiana, and Gabrielle: Three TouroCOM-Harlem D.O.s who are preparing to give back to their underserved hometown communities upon graduation.
Conversations with Abie, Eli, Akiva, Jordan, Binyamin, and Baruch.
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine-Harlem and Touro College of Pharmacy held their fall health fair on Friday, September 25.
By Professor Elhanan Marvit, Director of Administrative Services of the Touro Graduate School of Social Work
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM)-Harlem and Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) students perform blood-pressure screenings and medication reviews for Harlem residents during the Harlem Healthy Soul Festival.
During Orientation Week, the Class of 2018 cleaned up Battery Park and mingled at a Yankees game.
Professor Elhanan Marvit, Director of Administrative Services of the Touro Graduate School of Social Work, shares his thoughts for Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement
Mia Probinsky enrolled at NYSCAS to fulfill several pre-med prerequisites. She walked out with so much more than she'd imagined.
Before classes begin, new students in Lander College of Arts and Sciences-Men’s Division successfully register for classes and meet their professors.
Before classes begin, new students in Lander College of Arts and Sciences-Women’s Division successfully register for classes and meet their professors.
“I want to make something good come out of a bad experience. As a social worker, I’ll be there to help others recover, to teach people how to keep fighting.”
After an exciting week of activities, learning, touring, and more, the new cohort of LCM students settle into classes.
This summer, TouroCOM students traveled around the country contributing to public health, promoting medical education, and gaining valuable research experience.
As they begin the fall semester, new students get to know the many faces and facets of LCW.
Touro College of Pharmacy held its annual Preceptor Development Workshop in conjunction with the Evening of Appreciation.
In a three-day orientation, pharmacy students met their new peers and acclimated to campus.
Welcome, Class of 2019!
By Chaim Shapiro, Assistant Director of the Touro College Office of Career Services
As the new school year begins, we welcome you to the Lander College for Men family.
Her hometown in ruins, her parents forced to flee, Prerana Bhusal rallies Touro students and alums to help rebuild and restore
Tips and advice from the LCW Class of 2015 to this year's incoming students.
Damon Romine succeeded in Hollywood, expanded his horizons at Touro University Worldwide
Touro University Nevada DO student Riutzel aims to heal patients before they get sick
Touro University California student Landau rallies to restore historic landmark
Touro College of Pharmacy grad Elrod's dedication earns him prestigious award
TouroCOM's Michael Erickson was named National Student DO of the Year
From a small town in Germany, Aydan Mammadova was at home at Touro College Berlin
Touro College Los Angeles student learned how to succeed, and how to act
School of Health Sciences alumnae and PA Rachel Farahan prioritizes comfort for her patients
NYSCAS grad Sookhu's terrifying experience led him to medicine
Machon L'Parnasa Dean Braun was a beneficiary of former-student Hersko's hard work
TouroCOM-Middletown students plant a community garden to beautify campus and teach about healthy eating.
The total package, Elisheva Swartz found the same was true for Lander College for Women
Lander College for Men's David Manheim found everything he was looking for
Julia Capie studied at the Touro Law Center to help families who suffered like her own
Lander College of Arts & Sciences's Rachel Freier went from being a legal secretary to an attorney and director of an all-female EMT corps
Graduate School of Technology students show it's not where you come from that matters
Bobby Staley wasn't among the youngest students at the Graduate School of Social Work, but he was one of the best
Ira Bedzow used lessons from Graduate School of Jewish Studies to serve community
Graduate School of Education's Guy Manuel puts a premium on knowledge, for himself and others
Graduate School of Business Grad Irvin Knight didn't choose this path, but he's happy he took it
New York Medical College's Lydia Bunker Enjoys the Journey
6 interns, 6 companies, 6 stories
“We’re trying to encourage cities to become more resilient to the impacts of future natural disasters.”
Congresswoman Rice Focuses on Solutions
Five Questions with Professor Behrooz Khorsandi, IT Specialist at IBM
Jewish Studies Alum Inspires Thousands to Reclaim Their Heritage
GSSW alumni and friends celebrate Spirit Night with the Mets
Grad Students are Advocates for Technology
A few words of welcome and advice from the graduates of 2015.
NYC Mayor’s Scholarship Recipient Pursues MBA at Touro
5 Questions with Tom Maher, President of iManIT
Some tips and advice from the Class of 2015
Rabbi Reuven Boshnack Focuses on Helping Others
When vacation calls, Zev Kilstein answers.
After Finally Making it to Touro's School of Health Science, Dan Rootenberg Never Looked Back
Social Work Student Champions Personal Well-Being
Class of 2015 Graduates offer a warm welcome to the incoming students at Touro Law Center.
Lander Center for Educational Research
Making a Difference in the Lives of Those Touched by Ebola
Meeting the Challenges of Today’s Healthcare Workplace with Interprofessional Training
A GST Programmer Takes His Passion Around the World
These four recent graduates are entering residency programs with their names having graced the pages of quite a number of scientific journals, thanks to research advisor Dr. Robert Stern.
The 2013 graduate is combining her background in musical theatre with her degree in physical therapy to make exercise “fun and functional” for the geriatric community.
Meet Professor Yannie ten Broeke, psychology professor at NYSCAS
How interest in the paralegal profession is picking up speed at NYSCAS
Guest Speakers: Be Life-Long Learners and Generous of Spirit
A message from the faculty and staff
Professor Antony O’Hara’s computer graphic art class is learning how to design ads like the pros.
Medical Brigade Is Learning Opportunity for Students and Community