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1)      Where do you teach? What classes are you teaching this semester? I teach six courses at Lander College for Women–Legal Principles, American Politics, State and Local Government and classes on the three branches of government—Executive, Legislative and Judicial.
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Dr. Howard R. Feldman is one of the few people more interested in the walls between dinosaur exhibits than he is in the exhibits themselves. 
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One student, humming under her breath as she paints the pink petals on a rose, looks up when she notices Professor Susan DeCastro watching her. “The texture is coming out really well!” DeCastro encourages her. “You’re getting there!”
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On October 11, 2015, Dr. David Luchins, founding dean of Touro\'s Lander College for Women—the Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW), will receive the coveted Albert D. Chernin Award from the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) at its annual Jewish Community Town Hall meeting in Washington, D.C.
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Maya Balakirsky Katz, PhD, is Professor of Art History at the Lander College for Women of Touro College and on the faculty of Touro’s Graduate School of Jewish Studies. She earned her master’s and doctorate in art history at Bryn Mawr College. She is editor of Revising Dreyfus (Brill Press, 2013), co-editor of Images: A Journal of Jewish Art and Visual Culture, and the author of The Visual Culture of Chabad (Cambridge University Press, 2010); her book Drawing the Iron Curtain: Jews and the Golden Age of Soviet Animation is forthcoming with Rutgers University Press. In this interview, we spoke to Professor Balakirsky Katz about her undergraduate experience at Touro, her inspiration and motivation to write, and why she’d love to gossip with Valentina Brumberg.
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A cardiologist and researcher by training, Dr. Alan Kadish has written nearly 300 papers in applied medical research. He has taught at the University of Michigan, was at Northwestern University in Chicago for nineteen years, and has led his own research institute at the latter. 
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With her flair for fashion and spirited personality, Professor Yael Krumbein’s animated history classes more often resemble theater productions than typical college lectures. 
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The student housing Meet & Greet is a biannual mixer that encourages students and faculty to get to know each other outside of the classroom. Last night\'s event, held at the 65th Street residence, was no exception to the high standard that Lander College for Women—the Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW) has come to expect from hosts Malkie & Motty Katz and Rachel & Zack Blaustein.
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As an established leader and successful professional, Yossef Newman came back to the place where it all began.