Dr. Emil Kon, a talmid chacham and man of science, has remained a faithful chassid — even if his rekel is a lab coat
Lander College of Arts & Sciences-Flatbush alumnus Ira Jablonsky, a police lieutenant in Brooklyn, was named to the annual "36 Under 36," the Jewish Week's prestigious list of the Jewish community's most promising young leaders.
In a letter to his younger self, Dean Robert Goldschmidt gives guidance on what he can expect in life and how he should face it.
The Chief Risk Officer at the National Security Agency (NSA) is none other than Anne (Chani) Neuberger, a 1997 alumna of Lander College of Arts and Sciences. National Public Radio (NPR)'s religion correspondent Tom Gjelten interviews the alumna on her background, fascinating career path, and commitment to Judaism.
Dean Goldschmidt identifies and addresses some of the roadblocks to making a parnassah - advance planning, unrealistic expectations, and accurate career information.
Efrat Bruck, a 2012 graduate of the women's division of the Lander College of Arts & Sciences in Flatbush, was one of 12 finalist for the Khan Academy’s national competition to create instructional videos to help potential med students prepare for the MCAT.
Robert Goldschmidt, dean of the Lander College of Arts and Sciences – Flatbush (LAS) and Touro’s vice president for planning and assessment, spoke with Talkline Communication radio's Zev Brenner about the unique, career-focused educational opportunities offered at LAS.