Featured Stories tagged with "Touro"

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Central Islip, NY – Three Touro Law Center students are beginning their careers in public service this summer with the support of prestigious Catalyst Public Service Fellowships.
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When Congresswoman Kathleen Rice considered her career path following graduation from college, her father’s words came to mind. “He used to tell me, you like to argue so much, why don’t you get a law degree?” says Rice, who in January 2015, was sworn into office to represent New York’s Fourth Congressional District, Nassau County.
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Buttoned downed and suited up, they stood in lines. Some came to speak with representatives of the accounting firms, others sought to match their skills to marketing needs.
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Can soybeans prevent cancer? Does vocal pitch of a salesperson influence sales? Can a more-detailed heart imaging technology prevent cardiac death? The answers to these questions, and others, were presented during the fourth annual Touro College Research Day, coordinated by the Office of Sponsored Programs and hosted at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) campus in Harlem on April 28, 2015.
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Fresh out of engineering school in Thailand, Marach Treekunprapa landed a job in Bangkok and thought his life was set. But after several months of dissatisfying work, Treekunprapa realized he’d need to head down another path. He renewed his passport, traveled to New York City, where he knew not a soul, signed up for English classes and tried to figure out what to do with his life.
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Kevin Riutzel isn’t majoring in history. He is making it. An osteopathic medical student at Touro University Nevada (TUN), Riutzel is the national president of the Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA), the first time in the group’s 19 year history that its leader is an osteopathic medical student. And he has just been re-elected to a second term. But Riutzel hasn’t got time for celebratory toasts. 
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Zachary Landau is as bullish on Touro University California as he is on America. And that’s no small devotion. The future osteopathic physician not only works hard in his academic studies but uses any spare moments rallying students and the local community, and raising money to re-establish a campus landmark: the flagpole at Mare Island Hospital. 
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Born and raised on his family’s farm, Long Island native Darren Stakey (Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center ‘15) first explored several other industries before settling on law. After graduating from college, he became involved in private aviation, interacting with dozens of celebrities and upper-crust officials as he handled their flights into JFK Airport. At the same time, he pursued music—singing at Carnegie Hall at age seventeen and recording his first album by 2007. As both his aviation and music careers were winding down, Darren, unsure of where he was headed, decided to apply to law school. 
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As the Class of 2013 graduate from the Touro Law Center, faculty and staff offer words of advice and encouragement, and let the graduates know they will be missed. 
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Where are the best places to study at Touro Law Center (TLC)?  What resources does TLC provide for its students? Why is it important to network with professors from the very beginning? What should incoming students expect from law school—and specifically, TLC?