Press Release tagged with "education"
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Dean Dr. LaMar Miller of Touro College Graduate School of Education Keynotes UJA-Federation's Rose Biller Scholarship Event
102 Touro Students to Receive $220,000 of $1 Million Award.
Touro College’s Graduate School of Business and Academy for Continuing Education Presents 3-day “Tips From The Tops” Urban Retreat Program for Residential Real Estate Professionals
Speakers Include Howard Lorber, Kent Swig, Adrienne Albert, Richard Mack, Peter Marra.
Touro College Graduate School of Education Deputy Chair Among 100 Most Influential Filipina American Women in the U.S.
Lorli Dima-ala Honored Nationally as a Filipina of Distinction.
Grant to Benefit NYC High School Teachers of English Language Learners.
Dr. Brenda Strassfeld, Chair of Touro College Mathematics Education Program, to Visit Weizmann Institute
New York, N.Y. – Dr. Brenda Strassfeld, Chair of the Mathematics Education Program at Touro College’s Graduate School of Education, will be a Feinberg Foundation Visiting Faculty Fellow in the Department of Science Teaching at the Weizmann Institute of Science beginning in December 2012.
Touro One of Few Such Programs to Receive Approval from the New York State Education Department.
Touro Recent Graduate, with Deputy Chairperson of Psychology of Touro College’s School for Lifelong Education, Present New Autism Research in San Diego, Nov. 11
New York, N.Y. – Beatrice Bleier, a recent graduate of Touro College’s School for Lifelong Education (SLE), and Dr. Faye Walkenfeld, assistant professor and deputy chairperson of psychology at the school, recently participated in an interactive academic presentation at a conference titled, “A Brain Research Meeting: The Emerging Neuroscience of Autism Spectrum Disorders: Etiologic Insights, Treatment Opportunities,” which was held Nov. 10-11, in San Diego, California
Touro College Graduate School of Education Offers Certification in Teaching Students with Disabilities
New York, N.Y. - Touro Graduate School of Education will offer a new Master of Science in Teaching Students with Disabilities in grades 7-12 this fall. The program will explore adolescent development and learning and teaching processes. This degree addresses a growing need for trained special education teachers across New York state.
Public School Teachers Head Back to School to Polish Their Skills for Teaching Non-English Speaking Students
Touro College Education Research Center Plans Summer Semester of Language Development Program.
Joseph P. Frey, Deputy Commissioner in the Office of Higher Education at the New York State Education Department, Keynotes at the Faculty Meeting of Touro College’s Graduate School of Education
Joseph P. Frey, Deputy Commissioner, Office of Higher Education, New York State Education Department (pictured center), was the keynote speaker at the College’s recent faculty meeting of the Graduate School of Education, on Wed., Jan 12.