Touro Nevada News
Dr. Joe Hardy has always possessed a deep love for rural Nevada and the people living among the Silver State’s less populous cities and towns.
As the Omicron variant spikes another wave of COVID-19 cases around the world, Touro University Nevada’s Physician Assistant Studies students are working in strike teams to deliver as much care as possible to alleviate the suffering within the Southern Nevada community.
In the spirit of giving for the holiday season, and following Touro’s mission of providing service to humanity, Touro’s students collectively donated nearly 3,000 lbs. of canned food to Three Square Food Bank as part of the annual ‘End Hunger Games’ food drive.
The Touro Nevada family came together to celebrate Hanukkah during the university’s annual party, held outside of the Michael Tang Regional Center for Clinical Simulation.
Students from the School of Occupational Therapy are used to learning in the classroom. But for the last two years, they’ve partnered with the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY) to teach teenagers how to cook.
Touro Honored with Public Relations Awards for COVID-19 Social Media Video Campaign and Alumni/ae Magazine
Touro University Nevada took home two awards during the Public Relations Society of America’s (PRSA) Las Vegas Valley Chapter Pinnacle Awards ceremony on Nov. 4.
Touro’s Students Volunteer at Project Homeless Connect to Provide Primary Care Services to Valley’s Underserved Populations
Touro’s students and faculty provided much-needed care to the Las Vegas Valley’s homeless and low-income populations during Project Homeless Connect at Pearson Community Center on Nov. 17.
Inside Touro University Nevada’s newly designed front lobby, chairs were lined in rows as red, white, and blue balloons arched from the floor to the ceiling.
Schools of Physician Assistant Studies, Nursing, and Education Celebrate Classes of 2021 During Winter Commencement
More than 100 graduates from the College of Health and Human Services celebrated their in-person Commencement inside The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Nov. 2.
For the first time since 2019, Touro University Nevada’s first-and second-year students were presented with their white coats during two separate in-person ceremonies on Oct. 3 and 4.
Touro's Physician Assistant Students Administer Nearly 300 COVID-19 Vaccines Outside Allegiant Stadium
Students from the Touro University Nevada School of Physician Assistant Studies helped Las Vegas Raiders fans attend the team’s home opener after providing nearly 300 vaccinations before the Raiders’ Monday Night Football showdown against the Baltimore Ravens on Sept. 13.
Touro University Nevada hosted the sixth week of Vax Nevada Days, a lottery drawing that awards Nevadans who get their COVID-19 vaccine with prizes.
Touro University Nevada was awarded a $275,000 federal grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) after synthesizing a new anti-cancer drug as the university pursues further research on a more effective form of cancer treatment.
For the first time since 2019, Touro University Nevada welcomed its newest cohort of medical students to campus for orientation as the future physicians began their medical school journeys.
The Touro University Nevada community continues to lead the way in promoting the COVID-19 vaccine across the Las Vegas Valley and beyond.
The first graduates from Touro’s Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program may have been students for the last three years, but now they are using their own educational experience to become better educators for their students.
As National Chair of the College of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents (COSGP), third-year Touro medical student Jose Parra is laying out his vision for the upcoming year.
Dr. Andrew Priest was named the new Provost of Touro University Nevada nearly one year after assuming the role of Interim Provost and Chief Academic Officer.
Touro University Nevada Names Dr. Robert Askey and Associate Professor Amie Duford to Interim Leadership Positions
Touro University Nevada named two of its faculty members to interim positions as the university conducts a national search to fill both roles.
Touro University Nevada welcomed its newest cohorts of students from the College of Health and Human Services and the Master’s of Sciences in Medical Health Sciences (MHS) Program to campus as the new school year officially began.