Season of Lights Fundraiser Provides Much-Needed Support for Families From the Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities
More than 250 guests attended Touro University Nevada’s Season of Lights, an annual fundraiser that raises money for the Sharon Sigesmund Pierce and Stephen Pierce Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities.
For the last decade, Touro University Nevada’s physician assistant (PA) faculty and students have provided free healthcare to hundreds of abused women and children living at The Shade Tree.
Touro University Nevada Community Raises Thousands of Dollars in Donations and Food For Holiday Season
The Touro University Nevada community lived its mission of service to humanity thanks to two great fundraising initiatives that led to thousands of dollars and canned food donations in early December.
Service to humanity is a core tenant of Touro University Nevada’s mission statement, and no better example could be found than when students from the School of Physician Assistant Studies, School of Nursing, and School of Occupational Therapy provided free healthcare at Project Homeless Connect during the week of Thanksgiving.
Christy Molasky has always held a deep passion for education and helping others. She has also held great regard for military veterans and supports their quest for higher education.
Touro University Nevada honored the brave men and women who served in the U.S. armed forces during a special on-campus Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 11.
Touro University Nevada celebrated the academic achievements of students from the Schools of Physician Assistant Studies (PA), Nursing, and Education during Winter Commencement at the Paris Las Vegas on Nov. 3.
Touro University Nevada Medical Students, Faculty, Alumni, and Staff Travel to Annual OMED Conference
Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine was well represented at the annual Osteopathic Medical Education Conference (OMED) in Baltimore, the American Osteopathic Association’s (AOA) largest conference of the year.
The Michael Tang Regional Center for Clinical Simulation was filled with poster board projects as second-year students from the Touro University Nevada School of Occupational Therapy presented their research to their classmates, faculty, and peers on Oct. 24.
College of Osteopathic Medicine Well Represented at Nevada State Medical Association’s Annual Conference
The Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine (TUNCOM) was well represented at the Nevada State Medical Association’s (NSMA) annual conference in Reno in mid-September.
Touro University Nevada honored the victims of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting with a special on-campus ceremony, including a tree dedication in front of the university.
Challenging and fast-paced work environments, ever-changing regulations in the healthcare space and more can cause stress and burnout for many Physician Assistants (PA). Touro University Nevada (TUN) is addressing this issue by enabling students to benefit from fresh air while learning during the Wilderness Medical Course (WMC) trip to the great outdoors.
More than 350 new students took a significant step in their healthcare careers during the annual Touro University Nevada White Coat Ceremony at The Rio on Sept. 16.
Touro University Nevada held its second annual alumni/ae weekend as graduates across different programs came together for continuing education, brunch, and a special awards ceremony.
Touro University Nevada’s past and present came together for a special, on-campus roundtable discussion on Sept. 13 in honor of the 15 anniversary of Touro’s opening in Nevada.
Touro University Nevada Donates More than $1,400 in New School Supplies for Whitney Elementary School
The Touro University Nevada community came together by donating more than $1,400 in school supplies for the underprivileged students at Whitney Elementary School.
A scientific paper published today in the peer-reviewed journal, Nature Communications, offers an explanation as to why some people infected with West Nile virus have no symptoms while others suffer life-threatening neuroinvasive disease.
Touro University Nevada’s new osteopathic medicine students learned the importance of giving back to the community during their Day of Service on July 25.
Ashlie Bloom, a fourth-year student in the Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine, was recently presented with the Clark County Medical Society’s (CCMS) Student Rising Star Award for her academic excellence.
More than 200 students from the College of Health and Human Services and the College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Medical Health Sciences program began their Touro University Nevada careers by giving back to the Southern Nevada community during “Day of Service.”