September 11, 2017
It’s hard to believe it has been 16 years since the tragedy in New York, Pennsylvania, and DC by terrorists whose actions were beyond comprehension. Our country pulled together and responded with courage and heart. We see that beautiful American spirit when a tragedy impacts our fellow citizens. As Florida is being impacted by Hurricane Irma and Houston area is suffering from the effects of Hurricane Harvey, we see our country pulling together, donating time, money and support. We remember those lost on 9/11 and those dealing with natural disasters today. May they know we support them and admire their courage.
Here at Touro, our hearts were warmed during the annual CADD Basketball Clinic on Sunday, Sept. 10. Hosted by former NBA player Jerome “Junkyard Dog” Williams, this wonderful free clinic lets children with autism or developmental disabilities participate in team sports for at least one day. There were lots of smiles and laughs along with some great exercise.
This Thursday, Sept. 14, we’ll be hosting our Fall Open House from 4 to 7 p.m. for prospective students to come tour the campus and lab spaces, meet faculty and current students as well as learn more about financial aid and the admissions process. RSVPs are strongly encouraged.
If you would like to learn more about what is happening at Touro, please reach out to my Office of Advancement at 702-777-3100 and schedule a tour.
CEO and Senior Provost
Touro University Western Division