They say that “quitters never win,” but in many industries, workers have to move out to move up. Knowing how to quit your job with professional etiquette and grace can go a long way to helping you advance your career. Dr. Arnie Dahlke, a professor in the Industrial Organizational Psychology graduate program at Touro University

Coping after Tragedy

Thursday, 13 June 2013 by

Therapy provides children with help after trauma By: Tracy Keller Tragedy has struck numerous communities across the country within recent months, creating a nation in mourning and leading to questions regarding the effectiveness of current gun control laws. Political pundits have exploited the tragedies to garner sound bites while Second Amendment supporters have used it

Los Angeles, CA – Touro University Worldwide (TUW) is pleased to announce that Dr. Yoram Neumann and Dr. Edith Neumann won a Gold Hermes Creative Award for their article titled “The Robust Learning Model (RLM): A Comprehensive Approach To A New Online University.” The recognition was in the Writing/Publication category. The article was published in

There is an I in Team

Sunday, 28 April 2013 by

Teamwork and trust are crucial in today’s business world. In this article, Dr. Arnie Dahlke, program director of industrial and organizational psychology at Touro University Worldwide, discusses how individual team members and managers can foster a strong, team-oriented workplace. By: Jessica Blanchard Teams are made up of individuals with different belief systems, outlooks, prejudices, expectations

The round-the-clock media coverage of the events in Boston is understandable.  Our anxious minds find something soothing about information — even if the news is scary — because we want desperately to understand what’s happening. We want to know that everything will be okay. We want to know the bad guys have been caught. At

Personality tests are one of many screening tools in the hiring process In a saturated job market, hiring managers have the enormous task of wading through the candidate pool to find the perfect fit. However, while a prospective candidate may look great on paper, they may not be the right match for your company. Hiring

While most of us look at April as the time to begin our spring cleaning, it is also Financial Literacy Awareness Month, making it a great time to sweep the cobwebs off of your financial plan. One way to save money is to budget your education expenses, which is why online degree programs have become

By: Yoram Neumann Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have captured the headlines in higher education in the past year. These new platforms were developed to enable both open access and large scale participation in online courses. Many top tier universities are joining the MOOCs bandwagon, afraid of missing an important piece of the Web-based phenomenon.

The Economic Impact of Living Green

Thursday, 07 March 2013 by

Touro University Worldwide Takes a Look at How Living Greener Can Save Money and the Planet Touro University Worldwide (TUW) recently announced the establishment of its newest program, a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management (BSBA). In honor of this announcement and with International Earth Day coming in April, we thought it was

Touro University Worldwide Takes a Look at This Year’s Oscar Nominees With the Oscars just around the corner, Americans are rushing to see the films that critics have been raving about for months. Some of our families in the Touro University Worldwide (TUW) Marriage & Family Therapy Department reviewed a few of this year’s Oscar