March 30, 2015
I want to welcome our visitors from the American Osteopathic Association Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation who will be on campus today and tomorrow for a comprehensive review of our DO program.
The month of April brings more events and excitement to our campus. On Thursday, we will be celebrating World Autism Awareness Day with a few activities. We join Clark County and other community organizations at the Las Vegas Welcome Sign at 9:30 to turn the sign blue in honor of the day. Then we are hosting a party for the families of the Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities from 5-6:30 pm after which we hope our families will join us for a photo at the blue Las Vegas Welcome Sign.
Friday starts Passover. Rabbi Wasser will be telling us the story of Passover, explaining the customs and traditions and answering questions on Tuesday, March 31 at noon in lecture hall two. We have a few days over the next two weeks that our campus will be closed in observance of Passover, so please check schedules if you are planning to be on campus.
There is an exciting opportunity for our students to learn more about the Las Vegas community and the Downtown Project on April 15. Then on April 19, we are hosting a fun, lively Klezmer concert with Temple Beth Sholom. Tickets are still available so RSVP today.
Thank you to the amazing Touro University Nevada faculty, staff and students who make such a difference every single day. It is invigorating to see the excitement and engagement at each and every event.