The Rewards and Challenges of Running a Nursing Home

April 16, 2021

Lander College for Men alum Aharon Wolf shares his experience as a nursing home administrator and his advice for those interested in following in his footsteps.

Lander College for Men Alum Shares His Tech Career Advice

March 18, 2021

Yehuda Gruen, LCM 2019, technology associate at Guardian Life Insurance, shares his passion for computer programming and how Lander positioned him for success.

Alum Spotlight: Rav Mordechai Burg on His Career in Chinuch

March 15, 2021

Rabbi Mordechai Burg, menahel at Yeshivat Shaarei Mevaseret Tzion, shares how Lander positioned him for success, offers advice for students interested in chinuch and talks about his new sefer on the parsha, Nitzotzos.

Five Ways to Stay Connected to Classmates and Friends as the Pandemic Continues

January 04, 2021

My name is Avi Menaged and I'm currently student government president at Touro's Lander College for Men. As the global pandemic continues, many activities have been put on hold and it’s challenging to meet up with friends like we used to. While I previously wrote about how enjoy the summer months amidst the crisis, now is the time to talk about how to stay connected with friends and classmates as the pandemic continues.  As college students, we all miss that time between classes to chat with classmates or that fun program after class.

Model Beis Din Goes Virtual

December 24, 2020

The annual Model Beis Din competition, hosted by Touro’s Lander College for Men, has been a highlight of the year for high school students from Atlanta to Boston. This one-of-a kind tournament offers Orthodox high school students a chance to match wits and wisdom on complex halachic dilemmas. When the pandemic made in-person events impossible, Lander faculty decided it was too valuable to lose. So, they redesigned the competition to be virtual. For the first time it is open to student teams everywhere.

New Grad Steps on Path to Career as Software Developer

December 16, 2020

Ezra Koppel earned his degree in computer science last May and knew it wouldn’t be easy to enter his chosen field when so much of the economy was stalled due to the global pandemic. With persistence, a positive attitude and help from the Lander College for Men (LCM) Career Services staff and alumni network, he landed a job as a software developer at Northwell Health. Here, he reflects on his new role, skills for success in his field and advice he has for new grads.

Q&A with Dr. Leib Litman

October 12, 2020

Dr. Leib Litman, associate professor of psychology at Touro’s Lander College for Men (LCM), has conducted research on the role of conscious and unconscious thought in complex decision-making and has studied thought, personality and social psychology. Here, he answers questions about the research he conducted in collaboration with Dr. Jonathan Robinson, associate professor of computer science at LCM, on face mask-wearing and the impact of “shy voters” who don’t reveal their true intentions to pollsters.

In Memoriam: Rabbi Barry Nathan

September 10, 2020

Rabbi Barry Nathan, long-time Director of Admissions at Lander College for Men (LCM), passed away the first week in September. Rabbi Nathan succumbed to cancer after a battle of over two years, during which he courageously continued helping students almost until the end of his life. He was beloved by all with whom he came into contact, and his wisdom, wit and yiras shamayim guided many talmidim through the challenging journey from yeshiva in Eretz Yisrael to Lander College for Men/Beis Medrash L’Talmud in the U.S. Many Lander students recall the interactions they had with him, in yeshiva in Israel or in the U.S., and how much he endeavored to help each of them. 

The Wake-up Call the World Received in 5780

August 24, 2020

Whatever happens throughout the year, in actuality, took place on Rosh HaShanah, according to the Baalei Mussar. Looking back at this difficult year, we now know how much is at stake on Rosh Hashana. Rabbi Moshe Bamberger, mashgiach at Lander College for Men/Beis Medrash L’Talmud, shares his thoughts and insights on how we should prepare for Yom Hadin.

Virtual Cybersecurity Internship is First Step on Path Toward Career in Web Development

August 21, 2020

Sholom Abrahams, a computer science major at Lander College for Men (LCM), made the most of his summer with a virtual internship at Harbor Labs, a health care cybersecurity firm in Baltimore. Working remotely from his home in Baltimore, he spent his days doing full-stack web development alongside cyber-scientists from Johns Hopkins University. Through video calls and texts, he worked closely with and learned from Harbor Labs senior staff. It was an opportunity to explore the practical side of computer programming after focusing on many theoretical aspects in school.