Former New York Governor David Paterson to Teach at Touro College

220px-David_Paterson_2_by_David_ShankboneDavid A. Paterson, the former governor of the State of New York and the only African American to serve in that post, will be joining the faculty at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harlem. Paterson will serve as a distinguished professor of health care and public policy.

Paterson was elected lieutenant governor in 2006 and was elevated to governor when Eliot Spitzer resigned due to a prostitution scandal. Paterson decided not to run for governor in 2010. After leaving the state house, Paterson taught at New York University and hosted a talk show on WOR-AM radio in New York.

Paterson is a graduate of Columbia University, where he majored in history. He earned at law degree at Hofstra University.

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