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Alumna, former Miss New York, organizes "Women in Charge: All It Takes is One Girl." [Read More]
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Last fall Robbie Myers stepped down after 17 years as editor-in-chief of Elle magazine; this fall she is teaching fashion journalism to Fordham students. Their... [Read More]
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He liked good wine paired with good food and long, meandering conversations. He worked hard and took life's pleasures seriously. In conversation, he made one... [Read More]
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Last month, Kareem Peat assumed the role of Title IX coordinator for the University. Kareem received a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan, a... [Read More]
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On August 18, Fordham Veterans Association welcomed new student veterans with their most comprehensive orientaiton to date. [Read More]
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From one Ram to another, Fordham students share their best tips for a seamless transition into college. [Read More]
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In a keynote address at the annual Calder Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium, Jessica Schuler of New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) stressed the need for engaging the... [Read More]
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Each year, a group of Jesuit scholastics arrive on campus to begin the academic phase of their journey to become a Jesuit priest or brother. [Read More]
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Each year, a group of Jesuit scholastics arrive on campus to begin the academic phase of their journey to become a Jesuit priest or brother. [Read More]
Clive Daniel, Ph.D., GSAS '75, '81, an assistant professor of economics, who once worked as a dishwasher while earning his doctorate, died on Sat., August... [Read More]
This fall, actor Michael Potts will assume the Denzel Washington Chair in Theatre. Potts recently starred opposite Washington in Eugene O'Neill's The Iceman Cometh on... [Read More]
Director of Community Engagement and Partnerships at the Graduate School of Social Service talks about her role. [Read More]
On Thursday, July 12, more than 300 Ghanaians gathered at Keating First auditorium to hear the vice president of Ghana, H.E. Mahamudu Bawumia, Ph.D., speak... [Read More]
Set within colonial Newport, The Poison Plot (Cornell University Press, 2018), a new book by Elaine Forman Crane, Ph.D., professor emeritus of history, tells the... [Read More]
Want to know what to see on Broadway this summer? Or where to grab a quick bite? Let Emmy Award-winning journalist Frank DiLella, FCLC '06,... [Read More]
This past summer, Gregory Acevedo, Ph.D., associate professor of social work, joined students from the Graduate School of Social Service on the Lower East Side—and... [Read More]
Fordham's Lincoln Center campus will be signing on to Mayor Bill de Blasio's 2018 Water Challenge to New York City universities. The effort is part... [Read More]
A set of Golden and Silver Rams who were roommates in college, recall how they kept their gay identity to themselves and waited until after... [Read More]
Founded in in 1910, Catholic Charities is just six years older than the Graduate School of Social Service (GSS), which marked its centennial in 2016.... [Read More]
To celebrate more than a century of service, Catholic Charities and the Graduate School of Social Service have created the Centennial Scholarship. [Read More]
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