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Alumni, Students

Sister Act

May 15, 2022

To call the Cyriacs a tight-knit family might be a bit of an understatement. When student-pharmacist Cinita Cyriac graduates in May, she will have a unique privilege that not many graduate students get. Doctoral degrees are distinguished by their colorful hoods that denote the area of study. Presenting this hood to the graduating doctor is often thought of as a high honor. In Cinita’s case, she bestowed that honor to her sister, Benita.


Alumni

Healing Haiti

May 15, 2022

Nurses are one of those professions that, no matter how many there seem to be, there aren’t ever enough. In developed nations, this can be an inconvenience for patients and put a strain on the existing staff. In countries with limited resources, it can be deadly.


Students

Burn In

May 15, 2022

Teaching is a profession of passion. Classroom teachers are so often attracted to their profession by the driving need to want to make a difference in the world through enhancing the lives of their students. Truthfully, most everyone has a favorite teacher, someone who made learning interesting, fun, and enjoyable.


School News

Graduation comes to Memorial Auditorium

May 13, 2022

VALLEJO — For the first time in two years, graduates from Touro University California will be able to accept their degrees in person in front of their friends and families. Graduates from all three colleges and six of the seven major academic programs will gather over a two-day span to celebrate their achievements. 


School News

Garamendi, Thompson Present $1 million Check for Campus Improvements

May 02, 2022

It’s so much friendlier with two, according to Winnie the Pooh, and that certainly proved true Monday when both Rep. Mike Thompson and Rep. John Garamendi visited the Touro University California campus. 


School News

TUCOM Trio Earn Fellowship Honors

April 20, 2022

Three is a crowd … unless it’s the number of Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine students who earned Albert Schweitzer Foundation Bay Area Fellowships for 2022 – 23, then it’s a major achievement.


Faculty

Dr. Nevins Receives Female Leader Award

April 15, 2022

Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine professor Dr. Natalie Nevins has been honored by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP) with its Outstanding Female Leader Award. Since 2012, ACOFP has honored female physicians who serve as role models, teachers, leaders and sources of inspiration for men and women alike. 


School News

TUC Offers Doctoral Program for Educators

April 15, 2022

VALLEJO — The Doctor is in for TUC Graduate School of Education! At Touro University California, the answer is now a resounding yes. TUC’s Graduate School of Education recently announced it will begin offering a unique Doctoral-level degree beginning this summer.  The new Ed.D. is being introduced as Leading Innovative Diverse Organizations or LIDO and the title encompasses the overall mission of the program.


Events, Research

Research Day 2022 - "Implementation Science"

April 14, 2022

VALLEJO – Touro University California’s 22nd annual Research Day will be hosted April 20 in a virtual format this year. The event is one of the most popular on campus and features research projects by students from each TUC program, including medicine, pharmacy, education, public health and more.


Students

MPH Student Earns CAL-EIS Fellowship

March 30, 2022

Touro Public Health Program’s Catalina Reinhart (’22) has been awarded the California Department of Public Health’s Epidemiological Investigative Service (Cal-EIS) Fellowship.