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Code. Compete. Network. 6th All Female Hackathon a Success
Students from Two Dozen Colleges Hack It Together at Lander College for Women in Annual Women’s Programming Competition
More than 100 students from 24 colleges in New York and New Jersey gathered at Touro’s Lander College for Women/The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW) last month for the College’s annual all female Hackathon. Over the course of 12 hours, the students collaborated with teammates in a competition to solve real-world problems faced by companies and organizations of all sizes by utilizing coding and creative programming skills.
School of Medicine Class of 2023 Celebrate Match Day
At the Annual Event, Medical Students Learn Where They Will Continue Their Medical Education
Graduate Student Research Forum Highlights Impressive Student Research
The 34th Annual Forum Was a Day for Oral and Poster Presentations and Keynote by Notable Yale Researcher
Learning by Doing
Touro University Social Work Students Advocate for Change in Albany on Profession’s Annual “LEAD DAY"
Building a Successful Accounting Career
Touro Alum on Climbing the Corporate Ladder as a CPA and Her Day-to-Day Role as Senior Director of Finance at Centers Plan for Healthy Living
New York Medical College Proudly Displays Donated Portrait of William Cullen Bryant
Historical Portrait of NYMC Founder and Longtime President of the Board of Trustees Adorns Medical Education Center
NYMC Supports Relief Efforts for Victims of Turkey and Syria Earthquake
The NYMC Student-led Drive and Fundraiser Generated More Than $2,500 and In-kind Donations
Carl Edouard Jn Pierre, M.D. ’22, Aided Haitians During the 2010 Earthquake and Gained a New Interest in Medicine
The Earthquake Gave Him a Passion for Emergency Medicine but an Open Mind Led Him to Anesthesiology
Dr. Alexander Hall Honored With The William Collins Jr. Award
Award Presented to Touro College of Dental Medicine's Professor for Twenty Years of Service
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Mar 22March 22, 2023 7:00pm ETApplied Behavior Analysis Programs Open House
School of Health Sciences
Mar 22March 22, 2023 7:30pm ETLander College for Men Open House (Virtual)
Lander College for Men
Mar 23March 23, 2023 11:30am 12:30pm ETTouro STEM Program International Info Session
Graduate School of Technology
Mar 23March 23, 2023 6:00pm 7:00pm ETGraduate School of Social Work Information Session (Online)
Graduate School of Social Work
Congrats to Paola Arteaga from TouroCOM Middletown on being elected the next Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) Northeast Lead! Paola says of her new role: "The Latino Medical Student Association is dedicated to connecting current and future physicians through community service, mentorship, and education in advocacy for the medical health of the Hispanic and Latina/o/x community. I decided to run for the LMSA CoDirector Elect position and I am excited and humbled to have been elected. I am looking forward to working with chapters in the NorthEast region to help them reach their goals of better serving the community and prepare them to become culturally competent physicians. My goals are to continue to work alongside the passionate LMSA family to foster diversity in medical schools, advancing mentorship between physicians and students and learning from the Hispanic and Latina/o/x community."
March is Social Work Month and students from Touro’s Graduate School of Social Work recently joined their peers throughout New York in Albany for social work’s annual Legislation and Advocacy Day, known as “LEAD DAY”. They lobbied for passage of the “Family Miranda Rights Act” that would ensure that families are informed of their Miranda rights at the onset of a child protective investigation, and the “Eliminate Predatory Court Fees Act”, that would eliminate fees and fines that fall most heavily on the poor and communities of color “LEAD was a great experience!” said GSSW student Frederick Marte. “As a MSW student, I was able to put into practice what I learned in my first and second semesters. I was no longer learning by reading or studying, but by doing!
#FBF The School of Health Sciences Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) hosted a fun-filled trivia event on the Long Island campus! Student participants answered questions about the occupational therapy field and its history as well as "get to know the faculty" questions provided by the faculty members themselves.
Robotics Club @landercollege met today and continued their project to make mini self-driving cars. “I love reorganizing the wire run for the semi-autonomous car we’re making. Robotics is sweet!” said Yaakov Lazar.
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RT @nymedcollege: 2023 Match Day results from the NYMC School of Medicine. #NYMCmatch #Match2023 #NYMC #NYMCSOM
Congrats to all! 🩺
ICYMI: An exciting day of coding and competition @TouroLCW!
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