News at TUC

 

Indiana schools are out for the foreseeable future. Here's what students are missing

Matthew Perkins had ambitious plans for his eighth-grade science students: This spring, they were going to take a walk to observe nature like Charles Darwin did, use M&Ms to understand genetics, and dissect fetal pigs.

Read More...03/26/20

 

Vacaville schools to close for two weeks amid coronavirus outbreak

Vacaville Unified School District schools will be closed for the next two weeks due to concerns over the coronavirus, the district announced in an update Friday.

Read More...03/23/20

 

Match Day a success for Touro University in Vallejo

The Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine (TUCCOM), Class of 2020 celebrated a successful national residency match on Friday. Students were matched to 15 different medical specialties ranging from Internal Medicine to Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry and Neurosurgery.

Read More...03/23/20

 

At-Home Self-Care on Good Day Sacramento

Dr. Moe Jalloh is an assistant professor at Touro University California and spokesman for the American Pharmacists Association. He tells us about supplements and tasks people can do to boost their immune system.

Read More...03/23/20

 

Touro celebrates successful Match Day event

The Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine, Class of 2020, celebrated a successful national residency match Friday, with students being matched to 15 different medical specialties ranging from internal medicine to pediatrics, emergency medicine, psychiatry and neurosurgery.

Read More...03/23/20

 

Touro moving to remote learning to prevent spread of COVID-19

In an attempt to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, Touro University California officials announced Thursday that teaching and learning activities are moving to a remote learning format starting Sunday, officials said in a news release. Students are expected to return to campus on April 20.

Read More...03/21/20

 

Going dark or online: North Bay colleges, universities take varying steps to stem coronavirus spread

Colleges and universities around the North Bay join California schools at various levels in closing their campuses and moving classes online, following the governor's recommendations against meetings large and small to stop the spread of the new coronavirus.

Read More...03/21/20

 

AECT leads global network to address challenges presented by unprecedented transition to online teaching

The Association for Educational Communications and Technology announced a webinar series addressing the challenges faced by education programs transitioning to online learning approaches. The series features education leaders from around the world and is open to AECT members and non-members at no cost.

Read More...03/21/20

 

ul W. Bennett: Lessons on e-learning from the front lines of the pandemic

Much can be learned from the abrupt change to distance learning in countries that have been ravaged by COVID-19

Read More...03/21/20

 

Things To Do Touro University's 2nd Annual Integrative Medicine Symposium

Sun, Jan 12, 2020 - 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Touro University California 1310 Club Drive, Mare Island Vallejo

Read More...03/09/20

 

Event: Free Diabetes Screening at the Fairfield Civic Center Library

Start 2020 off right with a FREE diabetes screening. The Fairfield Civic Center Library will be hosting a diabetes and blood pressure screening on Jan. 21 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The screening will be conducted by Touro University California Diabetes Research and Management team and will include diabetes education. Adults of all ages are welcome.

Read More...03/09/20

 

Touro University to host free health video screening

Touro University California will host a screening of the video presentation titled "How Not to Die." The presentation, done by New York Times bestseller Dr. Michael Greger, examines the role diet plays in preventing, arresting and reversing 15 common, fatal diseases.

Read More...03/09/20

 

Touro University in Vallejo hosting free screening of 'How Not to Die'

While there are many diet trends available, it's hard to know which ones are based on the best available scientific evidence. That's why Touro University California's Functional Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine Elective is hosting a free screening of "How Not to Die: The Role of Diet in Preventing, Arresting & Reversing Our Top 15 Killers" on January 23, the university announced.

Read More...01/13/20

 

The Global Search for Education: Global Create-a-thon Makes the "A" in STEAM as Important as Every Other Letter

"This project is completely student-created and student-run." - Lisa Gottfried Creative problem solving is as important as STEM, and a day-long hack-a-thon based in California is putting the focus on creativity instead of coding. A developer in today's world needs more than engineering, math and tech skills. The process of creating product is also about design-thinking, creativity and communication competencies.

Read More...01/13/20

 

U.S. Rep. Thompson Visits Touro University California to Recognize Coalition Addressing Opioid Epidemic

U.S. Representative Mike Thompson (D-CA) delivered the keynote address on October 8 at a gathering of Napa and Solano County health officials to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Drug Safe Solano.

Read More...01/09/20