Glückwünsche, Touro College Berlin!
Bringing Corporate Financial Know-How Back Home
This jack-of-all-trades is also a master of many: Learn more about the Boston native.
LCM Student Moshe Alpert on College and Parenting
Icebreakers & beakers: A chat with the P1’s as they step up to P2
GSSW recognizes graduates at the annual awards ceremony and reception; acknowledges those who have overcome personal challenges in their journeys toward the M.S.W.
Reflections on his eleven-year tenure
Faculty and staff congratulate the class of 2015 and share some advice
At the annual awards ceremony and banquet, GST recognizes top graduates in Web and Multimedia Design, Information Systems, and Information Technology Programs.
Practical Advice from Assistant Director of Career Services, Chaim Shapiro
Before Commencement, graduating students bid farewell to LCW
Graduating students bid farewell; outstanding students receive commencement awards.
New medical and educational professionals graduated
Marking New York Medical College's 156th Commencement Exercises
Faculty share their advice to the graduates of 2015
The LCW faculty share their advice with this year's graduates.
The LCW faculty share their parting words, and advice, with this year's graduates.
The siyum is celebrated at a yeshiva-wide luncheon.
Congratulations, class of 2015!
TouroCOM-Harlem students don white coats in preparation for clinical rotations.
“At Touro, we create advocates for social justice and community activism. We live by the motto that one person really can make a difference.”
Former Touro colleagues, family, and friends gather together to remember Dr. Polemeni and inaugurate the Anthony Polemeni Scholarship Fund.
LCM students spent time relaxing before finals at the annual Shabbaton in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains.
Kappa Delta Pi's Alpha Eta Sigma chapter is established at the Graduate School of Education; ninety students inducted.
Middletown students celebrate the end of their first year.
Basketball and football stars are recognized for their athletic achievements.
Who knew LCM guys played the banjo?!
The Touro Harlem Medical Library has now been officially renamed the Sheldon L. Sirota, DO, Memorial Library.
LCW multimedia design students visit the iconic NYC museum.
Chapter members at TCOP sell hot dogs and potato chips to raise money for the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® Disease
LCM alumni come back to yeshiva for a week-long reunion of inspiring shiurim, old friends, and gourmet dinners.
Meet Tarynn, Sarah, Nechama, Sara, and Rochi.
Meet Ezra, Mark, Aronie, Moshe, E.C. and Yuriy
In a community conversation with the deans, students learn about the new Advanced level Judaic track.
Middletown and Harlem students travel to the MSSNY House of Delegates conference in Saratoga Springs
Students and faculty receive commencement awards
Memorable impressions of the twenty students who ran for office.
Graduates don white coats in excitement and anticipation for their future careers ahead.
Middle States Commission on Higher Education Visit New York Campuses May 3-6.
TouroCOM students from Harlem and Middletown campuses advocate for osteopathic medicine on D.O. Day in Albany.
On Touro’s fourth annual Research Day, students and faculty present their findings and publications.
A Message From Dr. Kadish
On Yom HaShoah, thoughts turn to the next generation.
As all TouroCOM students can attest, Dr. Fischer is one of our most enthusiastic professors. A DO student from the class of 2018 managed to capture some of that enthusiasm in a black and white pencil sketch.
This anatomically correct anterior view of the heart shows a detailed depiction of the coronary arteries, veins, and three great vessels. The sketch was drawn by a DO 2018 student and will be part of a digital anatomy textbook to aid medical students in the study of anatomy.
"Becoming a physician goes beyond the acceptance letter, the white coat, the stethoscope, and the letters conferred after our names. It is a cultivation of the respect of the interconnected nature of the human body, and the acknowledgment of the humanity of our patients beyond the tissues and organs within." Saroj Kunnakkat, DO - Class of 2018
On Fridays we play football.
"You have to ask what your part is in perfecting this world."
The Business Council of Westchester honored the medical college with its Corporate Citizenship Award at its annual Business Hall of Fame Dinner on April 21.
Touro College of Pharmacy experts speak on a community panel about patient safety in pharmaceuticals.
LCW students celebrate Yom Ha’Atzmaut with a delicious BBQ dinner
TCOP student pharmacists administer blood pressure screenings at the annual Walmart/Sam’s Club SNPhA National Diabetes Health Fair
Students lobby senators for bill advancements on Pharmacy Lobby Day
TCOP students celebrate the end of the semester at the annual semiformal.
This year’s LAS VITA program returned more than $300,000 in refunds to low-income taxpayers. Meet the man behind the mission.
In Professor Susan DeCastro’s classes, students discover their inner artists
Touro College commemorates Yom HaShoah with reflections from multiple generations.
Graduate School of Technology students and alumni interview for positions in tech
Thanks to TLC’s new law incubator, graduates are building their own firms while providing low-cost legal services to the underserved.
A day in the life of Ilyssa Moskowitz, LCW '13
Pharmacists for Public Heath (PPH) feed 300 at Harlem soup kitchen
Naomi Holi’s creativity is flourishing at LAS
A Holiday Message from Dr. Alan Kadish, President and CEO of the Touro College and University System
The Graduate School of Social Work Promotes Social Work Month
Questions for Professor Nataliya Shinkazh
By Julie Kardachi, Co-Chair and Director of the Touro College School of Health Sciences Occupational Therapy Assistant Department
TCOP Professor is recognized by the APhA Immunization Champion Awards for her community work in immunization.
Mushka Hecht offers 8 tips for future graphic designers
Martin Friedlander, Esq. was invited to present to professionals, rabbis, and educators about combating violence and sexual abuse in the Orthodox community
Professor Yael Krumbein’s students often say she brings history to life. Here’s why.
TouroCOM-Middletown opens its doors to celebrate with the community
Professor Yehoshua Bochner was "the little bus-driver that could."
Students of Lander College for Women (LCW)-The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School gathered to celebrate Purim at the annual Purim Chagigah on Monday night, March 2.
Despite the snow, community members flocked to TouroCOM-Harlem’s biannual health fair.
TouroCOM students from Harlem and Middletown campuses visit Congress to participate in the annual D.O. Day on the Hill
Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society recognizes students with “outstanding qualities of leadership and service.”
Students administer free diabetes screenings, exams, and counseling services at the annual EXPO.
A photo essay
Ariela Agress, LCW '12, spent the past summer researching the cure to infertility.
How Joe Roth, LAS ’15, became an all-star entrepreneur…at age 22
Post-HS yeshiva students compete in annual LCM-sponsored gemara contest in Israel
Trading pastries for prescriptions: All about the Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
“You have to ask yourself: What do I want to accomplish? Where do I want to go? And then you remember to leave room for adventure. Sometimes you need to say—let’s go down that road and see where it leads.”
TouroCOM-Harlem students unwind with a surprise visit from some adorable furry friends
TouroCOM-Harlem student, Jean Shiraki, elected Chair of the Medical Student Section of MSSNY
The silver lining to all that Purim snow? Awesome ski slopes.
Though snow was falling outside, it was tropical indoors at LCM
President of the Touro College and University System will begin teaching LCW Honors students
Sigma Sigma Phi recognizes osteopathic medical students who demonstrate scholastic excellence and dedication to community service.
Medical and pharmacy students learn to deliver care as part of a team.
After an inspiring in-shabbos with Rabbi Marcus and Rabbi Bamberger, SGO sponsors an evening of sushi-making.
Students and professors partake in ethnic foods and a fashion show—while raising money for those with sickle cell disease.
Rena Friedman wins a grant from the ACM Special Interest Group on Algorithms and Computation Theory (SIGACT) to attend the sixth annual Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS) conference at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel.