Monthly Archives: November 2018

Suturing Kit

Learning Tomorrow’s Medical Skills Today

Learning Tomorrow’s Medical Skills Today

The Medical Explorers Club Gets to Work With a Practicing Physician On Wednesday, November 20, in the Yagoda Commons at the Stern College for Women, the Medical Explorers Club (led by co-presidents Michelle Hoch ’20S and Neda Shokrian ’19S) was fortunate to hear from Dr. Barry J. Hahn, an emergency room physician at Staten Island

Stephen Tobolowsky visits YU for a day.

Stephen Tobolowsky Visits YU

The Actor, Writer and Director Talks About His Journey to Faith On Thursday, October 25, Stephen Tobolowsky came to spend the day at Yeshiva University. Tobolowsky has been in numerous movies and television shows, including Groundhog Day, Freaky Friday, Silicon Valley, Glee and Momento. During a busy day on both the Wilf and Beren campuses,

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Katz School Announces Master of Science Degree

Program in Biotechnology Management and Entrepreneurship This fall, Yeshiva University’s Katz School introduced a new 36-credit Master of Science in Biotechnology Management and Entrepreneurship (BME) designed to prepare entrepreneurs in the life sciences to successfully navigate the complex process of launching new medical drugs and devices into the marketplace. The curriculum includes advanced topics in

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Expanding Possibilities for Computer Science in New York City and at YU

The recent announcement that half of Amazon’s new headquarters will be in Long Island City, Queens, in addition to Google’s approximately 1.6 million-square-foot expansion of its footprint in the Chelsea section of Manhattan has the department chairs of Yeshiva University’s computer science departments and the executive director of the Career Center optimistic that these developments