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Graduate School of Business 2017 Career Fair Brings Employers to Students and Alum

March 30, 2017

At an exclusive career fair held at Touro College’s Graduate School of Business (GSB) on March 22, eleven select employers—high tech companies, staffing solutions and law firms—met with promising GSB students and graduates. 

Fixing Healthcare System, One Compliance Check at a Time

December 28, 2016

Professor Regina Gurvich maintains a positive outlook on humanity, something she gained from reading Tolstoy and other Russian classics.

From the National Guard to Touro

November 18, 2016

In 1991, a year after Compton Grose arrived in New York from his native Guyana, he enlisted in the Army National Guard.

"You Always Miss Those You Lost"

November 10, 2016

From the time he arrived in America, Preetam Karki knew he wanted to make it his home.

For One Veteran, Touro Eases Transition to Civilian Life

November 09, 2016

As he completed the final immigration papers to join his father in America, Togolese Republic-born Bruce Alexis watched as airplanes flew into the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001. 

To Attend or Not to Attend

October 05, 2016

Four points to think about when you're considering an advanced business degree. 

In Search of a Dream, He Found a Better One

August 21, 2015

When Irvin Knight landed in New York from his island home of Dominica, he was 41, and hungry for his slice of the American Dream. Knight started working as a residential mortgage specialist. But the housing market went boom, and he was forced to find a different career path. Knight enrolled at Touro, majored in finance and graduated Summa Cum Laude. He was hooked on the “practical and positive aspect of every single class”, so on he went to Touro’s Graduate School of Business.

Going for the Gold:

July 28, 2015

Vanessa Okonta is a planner. With a calendar jammed with reminders and to-do lists, she maps out her life in years, months, weeks, days and hours. In the spring of 2013, Okonta had a pretty detailed plan. She’d graduated from Pace University and had just landed a job with New York City’s Human Resource Administration as a fraud investigator. The position provided many opportunities for growth and advancement, a chance to make a difference in the lives of others and steady income to help pay off her college debt. She planned to attend graduate school one day and assumed that was far off in her future. And yet, the best laid plans often go awry, especially when opportunity knocks.

GSB Speaker Chayim Herskowitz: Accounting Professor, Talmudic Scholar, Intrepid Traveler

June 22, 2015

New York, NY – June 22, 2015 - With his invitation to be the guest speaker at the Graduate School of Business’s 2015 commencement, accounting professor Chayim Herskowitz has come full circle. “It was very comforting to come back to Touro. I felt like I was back home.”

Opening Doors

December 09, 2013

Prior to enrolling with Touro’s Graduate School of Business, Daphne Theodore was working at an H&M retail store in Manhattan. She encountered a deaf man looking for employment, and rather than see his impediment as a liability, she saw past the applicant’s hearing and sensed he’d be a committed, reliable colleague. She was right. The man still works at that H&M, and the experience continues to inspire Daphne as she studies toward a career in human resources.

"I'll show that HR’s not just about hiring and firing and benefits," she says. "It's important for me to see each person as an individual."

The way Theodore sees it—and the way Touro’s Graduate School of Business feels in kind—if we can create opportunities for others, it’s the most enriching thing we can do for ourselves.