From the monthly archives: September 2020

An online cybersecurity master’s degree focusing on threat mitigation, detection and defense has been launched by the Katz School of Science and Health. Applications for the program are now being accepted for the spring term, which starts on Tuesday, Jan. 19. For more information and to apply, visit online.yu.edu/katz.

“The city of New […]

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Dr. Elisabeth Mlawski, a clinical assistant professor in the Katz School’s Speech-Language Pathology program whose focus is on pediatric language development, has been appointed to a cross-cultural collaboration that will introduce Chiang Mai University to the fundamentals of speech-language pathology.

“Dr. Mlawski’s appointment to this collaborative research group is not only a validation of her […]

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By Helena Goodman

Job seekers who have a strong work ethic and are good at networking and setting goals will have the upper hand in a tough economy, said representatives from three major corporations in a recent virtual discussion for prospective and current students at the Katz School of Science and Heath.

“The panel discussion […]

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Dr. Zesarae Bodie, an occupational therapist with broad experience in geriatric care, has joined the Katz School’s entry-level Occupational Therapy Doctorate faculty as a clinical assistant professor.

“We are very excited and grateful to have Zesarae join our inaugural faculty where she’ll have the opportunity to merge her two passions—education and occupational therapy,” said Dr. […]

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