Featured Stories tagged with "Touro"

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Want your students to sit up and take notice? Try music and laughter. 
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In what proved to be a nail-biting, last-second, buzzer-beating game, the Touro University California (TUC) Bulls pulled out a victory over the Touro University Nevada (TUN) Matadors, taking home the “Hammer Trophy” for the first time.
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Congratulations! As the 2013 graduates of Touro Law Center celebrate commencement and prepare for the Bar Exam, faculty and staff have some thoughts to share with them. 
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Reared in rural Carbondale, Kansas, Damon Romine knew early on that the Midwest was not his soul’s home: “I’d been bitten by the entertainment bug,” he says. “The day after graduation from the University of Missouri, I packed up the car and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in entertainment-related communications.”
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The women who had come to the makeshift “health camps” to see the student pharmacists from Harlem had ongoing pain in their bones. Some were so thin that their gaunt arms would not hold a blood pressure cuff. One man had collected so many medications that he stuffed them into two shopping bags and brought them to the camp to be sorted, identified and ultimately thrown away.
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Aydan Mammadova was wrapping up her International Baccalaureate degree at boarding school in a small town in Germany when her advisor told her Touro Berlin was the college for her. “It was exactly the right place,” she says. “It’s like a big family. You know everyone from fellow students to staff to faculty, and they all know you personally.”
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Touro University Nevada and New Vista, a local non-profit organization committed to the care of adults with intellectual challenges, recently joined forces in the development of a medical clinic to provide care for intellectually challenged patients served by New Vista.   
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The Touro College and University System, along with its Paris campus, mourns the loss of those brutally murdered in Paris. We stand together with the people of France, the global Jewish community and all those affected by these heinous acts of terror. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones of the victims and with those who carry on bravely in their name. May their memories be blessed and may we only have cause to stand together in celebration in the future.
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It was emotional for Calanit Paz to interview Holocaust victims in their homes as part of her internship work for Jewish Community Services (JCS) in Florida. As a young woman who identifies with her Judaism very deeply and has studied in Israel, it was almost too emotional. As she puts it, in Paz’s line of work, you need to have a “poker face” and be very professional as you talk to clients about their story. However, hearing first-hand from individuals who survived the camps became too overwhelming, and Paz found it difficult to maintain a stoic disposition.
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Chris Mendoza, who will receive his Doctor of Pharmacy in May 2016, dreamed of becoming a federal pharmacist--and he is now officially a federal pharmacy resident of the United States Department of Health and Human Services! Chris will be stationed in Gallup, New Mexico, one of the top clinical sites within the Indian Health Service.