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Many students are bringing the classroom into their dorm room as curriculum moves from the whiteboard onto Blackboard. (Pia Fischetti/The Fordham Ram)

Students and Professors Share Thoughts About Online Learning

September 9, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic forced Fordham University to adapt in many ways, one of them being the transition to a more online-centered curriculum.

Ashley C. Ford and Ijeoma Oluo engaged in conversation about Oluo's memoir, “So You Want to Talk About Race.

Fordham Hosts “The Bronx is Reading” With Writers Ford and Olou

October 1, 2019

On Wednesday, Sept. 25, Fordham University hosted The Bronx Is Reading, sponsor of the Bronx Book Festival, as part of the ongoing partnership between the university and the organization.

There are now 11 courses organized according to the Common European Framework of Reference.

Institute of American Language and Culture Revises ESL Curriculum

October 1, 2019

The IALC program revised its curriculum more interdisciplinary project based classes.

Michael D. Higgins, president of Ireland, spoke as part of Fordham’s Humanitarian Lecture Series.

President of Ireland Gives Address About Humanitarianism

October 1, 2019

Michael D. Higgins, president of Ireland, gave an address at Lincoln Center entitled “Humanitarianism and the Public Intellectual in Times of Crisis."

PSC Hosts Symposium on Sports and Society

PSC Hosts Symposium on Sports and Society

October 1, 2019

Fordham's School of Professional and Continuing Studies hosted a Global Symposium on Sports and Society, focusing on anti-semitism.

Laura Auricchio, Ph.D., officially began her position as dean of FCLC on Aug. 1. (Courtesy of Laura Auricchio)

Laura Auricchio, Ph.D., Discusses New Position as Dean of FCLC

September 24, 2019

Laura Auricchio, Ph.D., spoke to The Fordham Ram about her new position as dean of FCLC.

Jenna Koury researched the NYC housing system in the Bronx. (Courtesy of Jenna Koury)

Student Researches New York City Housing System

September 24, 2019

Jenna Koury spent the summer putting together a packet that explained the NYC housing voucher system.

Photo Courtesy of Marco Valera

McShane Announces Administrative Updates

September 10, 2019

Fr. Joesph M. McShane S.J. announced in an e-mail that Marco Valera is the new vice president for administration. University secretary Margaret Ball and Vice President for Human Resources Kay Turner also received promotions.

Fordham’s Graduate Schools Move in U.S. News & World Report Rankings

March 26, 2019

U.S. News and World Report released its annual graduate school rankings, naming the Gabelli Graduate School of Business as #63 in best Business Schools, and Fordham's Education and Law Schools both at #37.

Dennis Jacobs, Ph.D., will be the university's new Provost starting this summer. (Courtesy of Dennis Jacobs)

University Names Dennis C. Jacobs, Ph.D., As New Provost

January 14, 2019

The university named Dennis C. Jacobs, Ph.D., of Santa Clara as its new provost. Jacobs will fill the position this July.

Maura Mast, Dean of Fordham College Rose Hill (Kevin Stolenborg/The Fordham Ram)

Dean Mast Sits Down with Ram

December 5, 2018

Dean Mast discusses course registration, the state of the humanities and growing fields of study at Fordham

Students who have been through the transfer process before will mentor newly transferred students.

Dean’s Council Forms Mentorship Program for Transfers

December 5, 2018

United Student Government is taking a new approach to help transfer students transition into Fordham life.

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