Volume 6 Issue 7: May 14, 2018
Recipient of the Inaugural Gregory Dean Strebel Memorial Scholarship

For Vivian Partida, providing healthcare to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual, Queer or Questioning, and Intersex community (LGBTQI) demands the desire to understand your patients as much as treating them. Many times, patients will not open up about their needs if they feel unheard. To provide excellent patient care to that population, you also have to build trust.

"We are excited to have her as permanent Dean of CEHS and are looking forward to her continued advocacy," wrote Provost and CAO Sarah Sweitzer, PhD.

Reflections from this year's student speakers on how they have each grown during their time at TUC.

COM Teachers of the Year
Touro Now: What Vitamins do Most Americans Need More of in Their Diet?
Touro Tuesday: The Interprofessional Simulation Center
Assistant Dean Tami Hendriksz Wins 3rd AACOM Award
Yasmin Bains Wins ACOFP Outstanding Student Award

Director of Career and Professional Development

What would you like to say to those in the classes of 2018 who are about to enter the workforce?
Select your first job based on what you will LEARN, not what you will EARN.