Before final exams begin, students take a break from their studies with massages, yoga, therapy dogs, and healthy snacks.
Harlem’s African-American leaders and Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine leaders raise funds for underrepresented minority students
LCM's take on the comedic game show
Atop one of the tallest hills in Middletown, New York now stands a twelve-foot Crimson King maple tree dedicated to Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine–Middletown by its inaugural class.
Touro College Mourns the Murders of HaRav Moshe Twersky, HaRav Avraham Shmuel Goldberg, HaRav Kalman Zeev Levine and HaRav Aryeh KupinskyNovember 18, 2014
Message from Touro College
Community Captivated by Survivor Ruth Zimbler’s Eyewitness Account
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harlem Partners With Mentoring In Medicine (MIM) to Prepare Local Students for Careers in Healthcare
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine - Harlem, in conjunction with Touro College of Pharmacy, held their 6th biannual community health fair on Friday, October 31, 2014.
Forget trick-or-treating: This past Tuesday, October 28, students of Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine-Middletown donned skeleton costumes to teach local elementary-school children about human anatomy.
Occupational Therapy Meets Intergenerational Education
Q & A Session With the School Counseling Master's Degree Student
Elisheva Swartz, LCW '13, TCOP '17, shares her journey to pharmacy.
“Through my degrees in elder law and business, I’m giving seniors a better life. My job is to be their advocate.”
Highlights from the event
Rosh Hashana greetings from Dr. Alan Kadish
Georgia Kouriampalis, Class of ‘05
Professor Jeffrey Karpen Discusses His Many Decades of Cellular Work
TouroCOM Hosts Provocative Forum To Help Stop Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
A survey by, for and about, human service workers
Icebreaker Conversations with the Mental Health Counseling Class of 2015
TouroCOM-Middletown opens its doors to its first class of students.
Team “Touro Speechies” help fund autism research at the annual "Walk Now for Autism Speaks"
A word of advice, and a warm welcome, from the graduates of 2014, to the incoming class at Lander College for Men.
Jemima Akinsanya Launches COMPASS
A memo from the desk of Dr. Alan Kadish, President and CEO, Touro College & University System
“The scientific method—one of the foundations of any medical profession—is taught rigorously at Touro.”
Some tips and advice from the LCW Class of 2014, to this year's incoming students.
Alumni of Touro College's Nursing Program Attend
SGA put on quite a soaker of a BBQ.
The Class of 2014 offers tips and a welcome to the new Touro Law 1Ls
As part of NYMC's visiting exhibit, "Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race," NYMC and Touro leadership discussed the Nazi's use of eugenics and what it means for today
“Touro instilled in me a love of science that will stay with me forever. There are reasons for everything, I’ve learned. Science shows you the world in a totally different way.”
A few words of advice from the graduates of 2014.
Touro Representatives Visit Moscow
“Every serious-minded person within the Jewish community has to ask, ‘How can I ensure its survival and its future?”
“The spark that I would like to be lit is their own inner soul.”
How 2014’s GSE Valedictorian Overcame Sandy And Tremendous Odds
The Touro College and University System stands with Touro College Israel and the people of Israel.
Message from Touro College
695 Bachelor’s Degrees and 451 Associate’s Degrees Awarded
TCLA Graduates Their Ninth Class
Graduate School of Social Work Fellows and Scholarship Students Take Instructive Trip to Northport VA Medical Center
A message from the faculty and staff
Speech-Language Pathology Graduate students and professor represent Touro College at a prestigious world recognized international conference in voice
Touro College and University System leadership attend annual conference
Ceremony Held at Brooklyn's Walt Whitman Theater
Graduate School of Social Work Honors 2014 Graduates at Sixth Annual Award Recognition Program
Students, staff and parents gather before commencement to celebrate graduates' accomplishments
30 Students complete PA program
Graduate School of Technology honors graduates with dinner
Students Prepare Seniors' Cars for Safe Driving
LCW graduates gather with their families for a pre-commencement reception
The faculty and staff of the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center wish the Class of 2013 well.
Faculty and staff wish the Class of 2014 well, as they leave the halls of Lander College for Men/Beis Medrash L'Talmud
Faculty and staff wish the LCW Class of 2014 well, as they leave the halls of Lander College for Women
February 1, 1935 - May 22, 2014
Veteran Reporter Speaks With NYSCAS Class on Role of Reporters
The annual schoolwide Shabbaton was enjoyed by all, despite the weather.
The newest LCW club takes a trip to Liberty Island and Ellis Island
SGO elections go off without a hitch.
“Health is precious, and it’s not something to take for granted.”
Students receive emergency training from NYPD detective.
Israel’s Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi David Lau Addresses Students at the Lander Colleges
On Yom HaZikaron and Yom Ha'atzmaut we remember our fallen soldiers and celebrate the State of Israel, respectively.
Rabbi Yisroel Kohn speaks about tefillin at Rosh Chodesh Iyar breakfast
Math Program students watch abstract concepts take form with guest lecturer Dr. Noah Dana-Picard
New and returning students are welcomed back to campus
Holiday message from the President Alan Kadish, for Passover 2014
Sarah Isaac creates a platform for medical discussions
The Ramifications of the Affordable Care Act Under Jewish Law
Sheila Tomlin-Reid uses her School Leadership degree to empower inner city youth
Lander Student Government organized a ski trip to get in the last licks of winter
Eleven Research Presentations Delivered at Record-Breaking National Conference
Faculty Panel Focuses on Bringing Out the Best in Our Students
Students, Rebbeim Celebrate Purim, Help the Community
Student Government arranges mishloach manot and tzedaka initiative
Steve Triglianos always dreamed of being a teacher. Now, thanks to Touro’s Graduate Program in Education, he’s making his dream a reality.
LCW Student Raphaela Abramson to Present at Poli-Sci Conference
Mentoring Program at New York Medical College For Touro Undergraduates Is a Great Success
Out of the Classroom and Into the Community, First- and Second-Year Students Learn the Reality of Practicing Medicine
“One has to be prepared to notice when something needs further explanation, and explore it.”
Special Education and Education Graduate, Tina Feingold’s Blessing in Disguise
GSE Student Roger Von Braun Goes from Law School to Special Education
Lander alumni from across the United States, and around the globe, come home to Lander.
“The biggest thing I want to instill in my students is the understanding of what an individual is going through.”
A delicious dinner bridges the gap between students and faculty
Lander alumni shared brunch at Mocha Bleu in Teaneck, NJ
An evaluation of the History and Philosophy of Education course by GSE student, Kerry McCabe.
A magical start to the new semester
Cold vs. warm, indoor vs. outdoor, bowl vs. mishmar, wings vs. wings
Students head out to the slopes and warmer climes over winter break
LCW students gather to discuss what it takes to be a Jewish Superhero
GSE Grad Michelle Zak Excels at Finding Common Ground Among Differences
75 Yeshiva Bochrim Enjoy Night Filled with Torah, Music and Dancing
Former Congresswoman to Oversee Touro's Western Division
MSW Grad Malka Plotsker’s Work to Advance Play Therapy