Featured Stories tagged with "lcw"

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A graduate of Lander College for Women—The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW) received the prestigious Keter Torah award from the Lincoln Square Synagogue for her work in helping the shul become more accessible and child-friendly.
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Like molecular theory itself, becoming a scientist involves starting with germs of knowledge and watching that expertise grow. Lander College for Women 2013 graduate and current Touro College of Pharmacy Class of 2017 student Elisheva Swartz is midway through her development from curious undergraduate to future pharmacist. Her mission is to research ardently and consume theory about what ails and rehabilitates human beings and, one day, put that all into practice. “It’s exhilarating," she says. "I\'m spending my time learning about how the physical world is built."
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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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This past sunny Sunday, the Exploring NYC Club at Lander College for Women—the Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School arranged an exciting and enlightening trip to Liberty Island and Ellis Island.
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Between the first day a publication gets mapped out and the final hours before an issue goes to print, the design department encounters more obstacles than most tri-athletes. Just ask Zehava Blechner Pasternak, who graduated from Touro’s Lander College for Women in 2008 with a BS in Desktop Publishing and Web Design, and in four short years has become a full-time Designer at Forbes magazine. 
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Rabbi Reuven Boshnack wears many hats. Rabbi, psychologist, college professor, author, father and husband are some of his official titles. His unofficial ones include spiritual mentor, gifted Torah educator, guitarist, chicken cutlet chef and tour guide. “Really though,” he says, about his current position as an educator for the Orthodox Union’s JLIC (Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus) at Brooklyn College, “My wife, Shira, and I see ourselves as being uniquely privileged to service one of the most dynamic and diverse communities anywhere.”
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Her college tour came to a complete halt when Elisheva Swartz Friedman arrived at The Lander College for Women. “Initially, I was struck by the warmth of the professors and the students,” say Swartz Friedman, who hails from Silver Spring, Md. “Later I realized the quality of education was excellent, too.” 
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As an established leader and successful professional, Yossef Newman came back to the place where it all began.
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After spending one summer working as a teacher’s assistant in an early intervention preschool, Shana Menaged (’16) knew she wanted to be an occupational therapist (OT).
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When a meal home delivery company in Brooklyn went out of business, it stiffed one customer more than three grand. Lucky for them, Seven on Your Side and the program’s intern Carla Loebenstein were on the case.