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
My 17-Year Journey from Cuba to Curing Others
A few words of advice from the Class of 2013
Pre-med student Jeffrey Herskovits helps comfort terminally ill children at Camp Simcha
GSSW student and Naval Reserve Carla Giglio’s Fight to Foster Mental-Health Awareness in the Military
“I can relate to when you don't know who to turn to.”
Several Graduates Matched to Most Prestigious Programs in U.S.
Education and Special Education Alum Irina Khaytman’s Fight to Understand Autism
Marine Sergeant and High School TA Frank Giampietro’s Balanced Discipline
Touro College of Pharmacy Student Steven Elrod Receives Prestigious Award from U.S. Public Health Service
Touro Professor and Undergraduate Students Present Anti-Microbial Research at the 113th Annual American Society of Microbiology Conference in Denver, CO
Inaugural Class Expected to Begin in August, 2014
NYSCAS student builds her future through the G.I. Bill
Passi Rosen-Bayewitz, GSJS '13, is as fearless as the unsung Jewish heroines she investigated for her master’s thesis.
Several schools take part in ceremony recognizing student excellence
Graduate School of Social Work recognizes achievements of students, staff at award ceremony
“I’m stronger than I thought, and I don’t have to do everything—just the best that I can.”
Graduate School of Education TESOL Grad Melissa Battista Describes Her Journey from High School Sub to Cultural Ambassador
Sarri Singer founded Strength to Strength to aid others who experienced terror firsthand
LCW student named team leader for de Blasio mayoral race
NYSCAS Held Their 39th Annual Commencement Exercises for Midtown in Manhattan, with Dr. Jeffrey Gardere as Keynote Speaker
NYSCAS Held Their 39th Annual Commencement Exercises in Brooklyn With Former NYS Governor David Paterson As Keynote Speaker
Zahava Farbman Addresses Graduate School of Social Work Alumni
School of Health Sciences and Graduate School of Social Work Students Organize a Successful Blood Drive
Multi-talented student at Lander College for Women has slew of unconventional hobbies
Matty Lichtenstein one of 30 to receive competitive award
Math alum Gershon Firestone’s actuarial path to a career in finance
Congratulations to the Class of 2013!
Faculty, staff, students and families gathered at LCW in anticipation of commencement
Lander College for Men parents, faculty, staff and rebbeim celebrate with the 2013 graduates and honor their achievement
Faculty, Staff and Rebbeim at Lander College for Men Wish the Class of 2013 Well
Another fun annual end-of-year Shabbaton was enjoyed by all.
There was nothing but net and good food at this year's Intramural Basketball Banquet. And what an amazing turnout it was!
As Dean Sokol said at the gathering, Professor Snow has been a teacher, mentor, leader and role model to the students at Lander College for Men.
Students, staff and rebbeim gathered to say goodbye to Rabbi Berzon as he heads home to Israel to be with his family and to start a community kollel in Jerusalem.
The Music Vs. strike the right notes
A Jewish Mother’s Day Reflection
Touro College of Pharmacy Students are inducted into the Rho Chi Honor Society
LCW students gather for a festive evening to celebrate the Israeli national holiday
It’s that time of year again where the good weather brings out good causes to walk for.
Rabbi Dr. Howard Apfel Gave a Lecture on What Jewish Law Has to Say About Becoming a Doctor
The campaigning immediately prior to elections was delivered via song, speeches, and hilarious PowerPoint presentations.
Lander College for Women Celebrates National Poetry Month
Smoke and cheers were in the air on Sunday as Lander students celebrated Lag B’Omer with gourmet barbecue, courtesy of master chef Tzvi Norowitz (the secret is in the sauce) and ‘shiur’ basketball tournaments.
Lander Alum Ariel Hochster’s Unifying Philosophy of Psychology
Psychology honors research assistant Cheskie Rosenzweig’s road to understanding prejudice
Lander men kicked off their in-shabbos by celebrating a brief show of spring before winter reappeared.
Delivering Services in an Increasing Racially and Economically Diverse Society
Belgian-American Accounting Society Prez Kenneth Preisler Gets Innate Returns from Tax Work
Dr. Martin Levine, a Marathon Volunteer and TouroCOM Faculty Member, on Site at Time of Boston Attacks
Tips for Osteopathic Medicine Students to Take with Them as They Head Out on Rotations.
Known for his keen perception and for giving really good guidance and eitzah, Lander students were excited to welcome the Kaliver Rebbe yesterday, in honor of Rosh Chodesh Iyyar.
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) student brings home a win for her presentation of a case at AAO.
For Lander psychology grad and Jewish Studies student Moishy Gerstel, every opportunity is golden.
“Social work is a calling to help people.”
“Social work is a calling to help people.”
“Just because I’m looking at somebody who is one way right now doesn't mean they’re gonna be this way forever.”
GSSW Class of ’14 Member Veronica Olivares Preventative and Post-Traumatic Approach to Social Work
A collection of insights on Pesach and the Haggadah by Rabbi Chaim Kirschenbaum, maggid shiur of the Semicha shiur in the LCM Beis Medrash and Kollel program.
Hanah Brasch (LCW) addressed the JCPA at the Chair's Dinner about what it means to be a Jewish woman.
Graduate School of Social Work Student Yeshaya Lieber’s Quest to Correct Treatment of Child Behavioral Disorders
Seven Questions with TESOL graduate, Greg Ziman
Dr. Melissa Earle’s Research Provides Insights into Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Grad student, Sofya Mullakandova, leads a senior group, visits the homebound
Bianca Colon, Class of 2010
In a Q&A with Vision & Values, Director of Student Advancement Allison Bobick discusses everything from the tell-tale signs of a bully personality to the impact of bullying on victims and bystanders.
Pam Tripsas, Class of 2008
“It’s hard to juggle work, wife, mother. But at the end of the day, it’s so rewarding. I wouldn’t have it any other way.”https://cms.touro.edu/terminalfour/page/content#