Touro College Graduate School of Technology (GST) is a veritable pioneer in technology education. With its network of schools throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia, Touro has helped its students gain footholds in the kinds of ever-expanding, perpetually lucrative industries that are increasingly defining the 21st century.
In this age of hyper-accelerated technological evolution, "continuing education" is much more than a personal goal. Rather, it involves keeping up with a fast paced world. Touro prides itself in a type of specialized training that enables students to take their work—and their expertise—virtually anywhere. The valuable skills earned in Touro's Graduate School of Technology (GST) go far. The school offers training in web and application development, instructional technology, database systems and communication, e-commerce, interface design, computer illustration, and much, much more.
To this end, Touro employs thinkers, doers, teachers and community movers and shakers whose superb qualifications are matched only by their enthusiasm for the subjects they specialize in. The institution's prestigious NYC location alone employs several instructors who are also Touro GST alumni.
Alex Segal, an "Introduction to Programming" instructor and Master of Science in Information Systems grad who works in the Computer Science Department at the Lander College of Arts and Sciences.
Maury Lefkowitz, a "Computer Graphic Design III" and "Web Design II" instructor who works in the Digital Multimedia Design program at the New York School of Career and Applied Studies. Lefkowitz is a Master of Arts in Web and Multimedia Design grad.
Tobi Glazer, a "Web Page Design I" and "Introduction to Web Page Design" instructor who teaches in the Digital Multimedia Design program at the Lander College of Arts and Sciences, as well as in GST’s Web and Multimedia Design program. Glazer is a Master of Arts in Web and Multimedia Design grad.
Ilene Goldfeder, a Master of Arts in Web and Multimedia Design grad and instructor in the Digital Multimedia Design program at the Lander College of Arts and Sciences, who teaches "Computer Graphic Design III."
The number of graduates choosing to give back to the institution that helped them get where they are today is a testament to Touro's exemplary reputation—and to the impact its students have had on today's workforce. To find out more about how you can learn from these experts and find your own career in technology, visit Touro College Graduate School of Technology online today.
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