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
GSSW Alum Meira Cohen Stands Up Against Bullying and Ignorance
Class of ’13 Alum Julia Katchen Reaches Adolescents by Keeping Them Active
Three Out of Four for the Psych Major
Lunchtime club is a student-run labor of TLC
First Annual South Florida Reunion in Miami Beach
President Kadish, New York City and New York State Applaud School's Accomplishments
“Justice is making sure that everyone gets a fair shake and no one gets left behind.”
LCW alumna steers pilot program for Lauder Foundation in Poland.
Panel Discusses Intricacies of Patient-Doctor Relationship for Inaugural Touro College Presidential Scholars Lecture Series
LCM Alum, Dr. Yitzchak Goldstein, talks about his research.
Touro fosters strong bonds with NCSY through students’ continued involvement
Psychology Club Hosts Speaker With Neurological Disorder
Avrumi Weiser Cleans Up in Annual Competitions
“If no one opens a door for you to get experience, where will you get it from?”
Students Celebrate a Once-in-a-Lifetime Event
Students Learn, Dance and Compete at the Annual Chagiga
Students celebrate with nightly activities at the 65th Street student residence
New Alumni in Israel Committee Formed
Students get a visual lesson at MoMA
LAS adjunct professor Perella Perlstein has a mission to pay her education forward
A holiday message from Dr. Alan Kadish
LAS Flatbush students learn the benefits of a career in physical therapy
Students run a month-long initiative to promote awareness of National Bullying Prevention Month
Some Torah to light up your Chanukah
LAS grad Dr. Chaim Neuhoff’s multidisciplinary approach to community healing
LCW student Samantha Gursky shares her experience in a personal essay
In daylong program, education majors at LAS learn to spot drug/child abuse
Presentation at Lander College in Flatbush focuses on art therapy as a profession
By Elisheva Swartz, Class of 2017
Lander College for Women Transforms into Museum
Michael Freund brings members of “lost tribes” to LCW
Survivors share history lessons to mark 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht
Teams Compete for Pride, Free Food
65th Street residents enjoy DIY pizza night
Small, Intensive Program Sends Students to Top Law Schools
NYSCAS professor, Ira Weinstock, Uses Multi-faceted Approach to Learning
A graduate of Touro’s Graduate School of Technology, he worked on a film as part of his master’s thesis project, that depicts some of the struggles he faced as an international student.
With resumes and high hopes, students get their foot in the door
"If you don't have a test, you won't have a testimony in the end."
"I can relate to when you don't know who to turn to.”
Azkara held in tribute to beloved teacher
Lander students enjoyed the first in-shabbos of the year
This summer, TouroCOM student Kseniya Svyatets had the opportunity to intern at the Betty Ford Inpatient Program
By Janet Lee, Class of 2015
Rabbi Yehuda Shmulewitz, Menahel at Lander College for Men/Beis Medrash L'Talmud, on Parshas Noach
Rabbi Sacks, Rosh HaYeshiva at Lander College for Men/Beis Medrash L'Talmud, on Parshas Noach
Blood Pressure, Blood Glucose, Bone Density Screenings Provided to Hundreds at Housing Authority Event
Touro College of Pharmacy held their 6th annual white coat ceremony to welcome the class of 2017
Social Work Student Works With Youth in Columbia as Part of an Art Therapy Internship
“Social work is about helping people get to a better place, including yourself. I’ll be a great social worker. I love people—all shapes and sizes.”
A "win" from a recent D.O. graduate.
Political Science alum and corporate attorney Ari Lustig’s dizzyingly accomplished young career
For all those just starting out at Lander.
Advice for the Touro College of Pharmacy Class of 2017
TouroCOM Throws BBQ Block Party for Students and Staff
LAS’ aspiring computer programmer and novelist Chaya Spiegel manages to make time for her two talents.
LAS psych grad Dr. Steven Zimmerman aims to stop trauma at its source
Carving out a woman's role in the sciences