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Fordham Alumna Researches Effects of Working Mothers

Fordham Alumna Researches Effects of Working Mothers

March 13, 2019

During her time at Fordham Dalaney Vonderahe studied whether children of working mothers, stay at home mothers and part time mothers have different traits later in life.

Student Researches Glucose Sensors

Student Researches Glucose Sensors

March 6, 2019

Brett Musialowicz, FCRH ’19, is part of a team working in the Nanotechnology and Renewable Energy Lab under Christopher Koenigsmann, Ph.d on a project trying to create a new catalyst for glucose sensors.

Fordham Senior Researches Air Pollution in the Bronx

Fordham Senior Researches Air Pollution in the Bronx

February 20, 2019

Natalie Ward is researching the effects of air pollution, specifically pm2.5, on repiratory health.

FCRH Dean’s Council Hosts Research Reception

FCRH Dean’s Council Hosts Research Reception

February 13, 2019

Professors from various departments presented about their research at the research receptions. Students also had the opportunity to network with these professors.

Senior Researches Attitudes Toward English Dialects

Senior Researches Attitudes Toward English Dialects

February 6, 2019

Catherine Aumiller is researching the attitudes of college student toward three different English dialects.

Fordham Alumna Researches Racial Interactions in The Princess and the Frog

Fordham Alumna Researches Racial Interactions in The Princess and the Frog

January 30, 2019

Shannon Yawman researched the interactions between races in The Princess and The Frog for her American studies thesis.

Research: Sophomore Works on Coastal Management Research

Research: Sophomore Works on Coastal Management Research

January 23, 2019

Colleen Cochran plans to pursue a career in environmental policy. As a sophomore she has already worked on several research projects on coastal managment.

Professor Unearths the Bronx in Book

Professor Unearths the Bronx in Book

November 28, 2018

In a chapter of a recently published book on Bronx Archaelogy, Allan Gilbert, Ph.D, professor of archaeology, discusses the archaeological dig that took place on the Rose Hill campus from 1985 to 2002.

Student Studies How The Brain Changes With Age

Student Studies How The Brain Changes With Age

November 14, 2018

Sarah Cavanaugh, has found it very easy to do research at Fordham.

Undergraduate Research Course Strives to Make Research Opportunities Available

Undergraduate Research Course Strives to Make Research Opportunities Available

October 31, 2018

By Julia Rist Fordham students had the chance to attend “Getting Involved in Undergraduate Research,” an informational meeting about how to become more involved in research on campus. A var...

Psychology Students Analyze Sleep and the Brain

Psychology Students Analyze Sleep and the Brain

October 24, 2018

By Julia Rist When Fordham students are interested in understanding what is going on in their heads, they head to the Zimmerman Clinical Neuropsychology Laboratory. The lab group, which is based ...

COAP Researches Anxiety and OCD

COAP Researches Anxiety and OCD

October 17, 2018

By Julia Rist Many Fordham psychology students have the opportunity to participate in lab groups. These groups offer a range of research topics, from neuropsychology to anxiety disorders. One such group is the Compuls...

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