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Featured Stories tagged with "Lander College for Women"

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After 46 years of uninterrupted service, Dr. Emil Kon, professor of chemistry at Lander College for Arts and Sciences in Flatbush and Lander College for Women—The Anne Ruth and Mark Hasten School in Manhattan and one of Touro’s founding faculty members— will finally be taking a sabbatical.
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Bita Goldman, general counsel and corporate vice president of Quantum Networks, one of Amazon’s leading e-commerce retailers, knows what trait she likes in Touro graduates: tenacity.
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Thirty-nine students from the Lander College of Arts and Sciences in Flatbush (both the men’s and women’s division), Lander College for Men in Queens, Lander College for Women in Manhattan, and the School for Lifelong Education in Borough Park were welcomed into the prestigious Psi Chi Honor Society on June 12.
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With her flair for fashion and spirited personality, Professor Yael Krumbein’s animated history classes more often resemble theater productions than typical college lectures. 
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She might be only 24, but Ariella Schiller already has two critically acclaimed Jewish best-sellers to her name. 
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On Monday afternoon, June 27, 2016, twenty-three students from the Lander Colleges—Lander College for Men (LCM), Lander College for Women-The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW), and Lander College of Arts and Sciences (LAS) were formally inducted into Touro College\'s Psi Chi Chapter.
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As an established leader and successful professional, Yossef Newman came back to the place where it all began.
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In her senior year, Sara Friedman did research in the Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering laboratory at Rutgers University. Her team was trying to turn red blood cells into induced pluripotent stem cells (also known as iPS cells) to help treat cardiac diseases, and the discoveries she made were groundbreaking. 
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New York, N.Y. – If Aidel Ezagui’s motivation for going to college was not unique, it was, at very least, particularly unusual.