Touro University Nevada Students Donate Nearly 3,000 lbs. of Canned Food to Three Square Food Bank

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 … Continue reading Touro University Nevada Students Donate Nearly 3,000 lbs. of Canned Food to Three Square Food Bank

Cox Communications Provides Touro University Nevada with $5,000 Gift to Expand Its Diversity Programming

Touro University Nevada received a generous $5,000 gift from Cox Communications to help expand its diversity, equity, and inclusion programming. Craig Stevens, Cox Communication’s Senior Director of Government Affairs, commended Touro for its current efforts to increase diversity programming among … Continue reading Cox Communications Provides Touro University Nevada with $5,000 Gift to Expand Its Diversity Programming

Nearly 800 Touro Students Receive Their White Coats for the First Time During Special Ceremonies

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. Held inside the Thomas & Mack Center, more than 430 students from … Continue reading Nearly 800 Touro Students Receive Their White Coats for the First Time During Special Ceremonies

Student Research and Scholarly Activity Day Highlights New Research Initiatives

For the second time this year, students and faculty from Touro University Nevada showcased and discussed research projects during the virtual ‘Student Research and Scholarly Activity’ Day on Aug. 30. Student Research and Scholarly Activity Day provided students from the … Continue reading Student Research and Scholarly Activity Day Highlights New Research Initiatives

Professor John Rider Uses Worldly Experience to Educate Touro’s Occupational Therapists of the Future

Wherever he has lived, John Rider has always understood the universal importance of caring for others. Born in Provo, Utah, Rider, an Assistant Professor in the Touro University Nevada School of Occupational Therapy, has lived in the big city, the … Continue reading Professor John Rider Uses Worldly Experience to Educate Touro’s Occupational Therapists of the Future