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When Elina Rozentsvayg, a graduate of the M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology, donned her white coat at the Katz School’s health sciences ceremony on May 15, she thought of the sacrifices her family had made for her education and how her life had gained renewed purpose.

“I’m the first person in my family to get my […]

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The Katz School of Science and Health graduated its first class of Occupational Therapy Doctorate students and conferred 117 degrees at its seventh commencement on May 15.

Dean Paul Russo told the graduates that they are values-driven leaders who stand for truth reflected in their scholarship and practice; champions of a life built on humane […]

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Students from the Katz School claimed first- and third-place finishes, as well as the Ethical Impact Award, in YU’s Innovation Lab Challenge Pitch Night, which focused on refining the startup skills of aspiring entrepreneurs.

“It was an exciting, dynamic and transformative journey that challenged participants to think big, act boldly and push their limits,” said […]

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At a recent celebration of the Indian festival Diwali, Katz School students, dressed in traditional garb, danced joyously to classical Indian, or Garba, songs with their classmates. The scene, captured on Instagram, was a sign of the school’s growing community of Indian students.

Lakshmikar Reddy Polamreddy, president of the newly formed Katz School Indian […]

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This post was originally published by Maureen Brennan in YU News on June 13, 2022.

On May 18, 2022, students from the Katz School of Science and Health found out they won first place in the ISACA Cybersecurity Case Study Competition for the second year in a row. The victorious Cymple […]

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The Katz School of Science and Health recently conferred 123 master’s degrees to graduating students whom Dean Paul Russo called “values-driven practitioners” for their academic integrity and commitment to the compassionate care of others.

“You stand for truth, reflected in your scholarship and applied in your practice. You are champions […]

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Two Katz School leaders, Dean Paul Russo and Sivan Tehila, shared their expertise and insights on the resilience to disinformation and talent development in cybersecurity, respectively, at Cybertech NYC, the largest conference on cybersecurity in North American on October 20 in Manhattan.

In a panel discussion on society’s resilience to disinformation in social media, Dr. […]

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The Katz School of Science and Health and Albert Einstein College of Medicine are teaming up to host a webinar series on business and entrepreneurship in biotechnology.

“This webinar will highlight trends in the biotechnology industry,” said Dr. Rana Khan, director of the Katz School’s Biotechnology Management and Entrepreneurship master’s program, “and to show what’s involved in commercializing a biotech product […]

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The Katz School’s cybersecurity program is hosting a virtual talk on “Cyber Defense Matrix for Protecting Your Enterprise” by Sounil Yu, chief information security officer in residence at YL Ventures and creator of the groundbreaking cyber defense matrix, on Monday, Oct. 12, at 6:30 p.m. on Zoom. To register, visit https://bit.ly/3nui2dz.

Yu developed the cyber defense matrix […]

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The Katz School of Science and Health’s virtual speech clinic is offering free speech, language and cognitive therapy to Yeshiva University faculty, staff, students, alumni and their families residing in New York State.

Through the virtual clinic, licensed clinical faculty and graduate clinicians from the MS in Speech Language Pathology program […]

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