November 20, 2015
As we prepare to celebrate this Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends, I want to offer my sincere thanks to the entire campus community for your dedicated work and commitment to Touro. As I’ve said more times than I can count, I am honored to serve as CEO and Senior Provost of this remarkable institution.
We’ve accomplished a great deal this past year and there is so much more yet to come. We recently hosted the AOTA vice president on campus and will welcome the AOA President here on December 7th. Our 4th annual Season of Lights event, benefiting our Autism Center, will take place on December 13th.
I’m especially pleased to announce that TUN was selected to be the site of this year’s national conference of the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents. The conference will take place on campus on Friday, January 15th and the students will then host a health fair at TUN on Sunday, January 17th.
Equally if not more exciting, we will be hosting the Touro College and University System Board of Directors Meeting on campus on Sunday, January 17th followed by the Academic Leadership Retreat for all of Touro College System on Tuesday, January 19th. This is the first time in Touro’s history they’ve held these meetings outside of New York. This will provide us with a wonderful opportunity to showcase our accomplishments and share our needs with the Touro leadership.
In closing, I want to let each and every one of you know that I am thankful for your many contributions to the campus’ success. I wish you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving.
CEO and Senior Provost
Touro University Western Division