Education

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Opens Free Clinic

New Student-Run Touro Harlem Health Clinic Meets TouroCOM’s Mission of Service and Student Need for Valuable Learning Experiences New York, N.Y. – February 1, 2019 – Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) has opened a student-run, free clinic to serve the Harlem community, Dean David Forstein, DO, announced. The Touro Harlem Health Clinic, located at …

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Touro College and University System Acquires School of Imaging Sciences at Harlem Hospital

Leading Private Institution of Higher Education under Jewish Auspices Expands Health Science Footprint with Key Facility Investment By Jamie Epstein Harlem, New York, January 14, 2019 — The Touro College and University System announced today its acquisition of the newly named Touro College Medical Imaging Program at Harlem Hospital. The school was acquired from NYC …

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Guyana Summit: Experts Consider Where We Ought to Be

by Dowoti Désir With six years left to fulfill the goals of the International Decade for People of African Descent 2015-2024, hundreds of African descendants from over 35 countries including Canada, United States, Jamaica, Haiti, and Brazil, joined forces with the Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Guyana, the Honorable Dr. …

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Briana Browne In A Thousand Words: My European Experience!

Exploring the tastes, fashion, and culture of Europe has been an indescribable experience. Walking through the streets of Rome, I feel both empowered and grateful. My current studies in Ireland have provided me with a new perspective on my future, and I cannot wait to see what Paris has in store for me next! Inhaling the air and drinking the water of another …

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The Harlem Times Writer’s Workshop and Robotics/Engineering Lab (WWRL)

By: Ramona MabenTwilight Productions, Inc. © 2017   On July 17th through July 28th a new youth-oriented educational initiative was developed combining science, technology, engineering, math and journalism. This bold and innovative curriculum was established by The Harlem Times Writer’s Workshop. The workshop served to offer important technological information toward interactive skills involving communication and …

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As The Internet of Things Grows, Security Concerns Increase

By Sydney Bush and Joshua Konadu         In late July, the New York Times published a shocking report: The “Roomba,” a robotic vacuum that collects data as it works, also maps users homes and may sell that information to companies such as Amazon, Google, and Apple. But the Roomba is only the …

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In Dimension U competition, All Saints Academy students test their math skills against other students

  By Frank Misurelli | Picatinny Arsenal Public Affairs   On May 22, Picatinny Arsenal’s STEM program (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) hosted its 4th Dimension U Tournament. Sixteen 6th and 7th graders from All Saints Academy represented the U.S. Army, while students from two other schools represented the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force, …

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4th Annual Junior Solar Sprint Race gets checkered flag for fun and competition

                          By Frank Misurelli | Picatinny Arsenal Public Affairs   Picatinny Arsenal’s Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Office hosted its fourth Junior Solar Sprint (JSS) competition on May 18 at the Arsenal’s recreational center, Forge Fitness. The competition is held annually with …

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Future-Mindedness and Child-Raising Today

By Daniel Rose   “I am 15 and I really want a baby. Should I have a baby?” This question, asked by a schoolgirl recently on Quora, the online crowd-sourced vehicle, provoked an avalanche of replies. The unanimously negative comments thundered, “No, not now!”, citing psychological and economic reasons and the detrimental practical impact on …

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