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Veronica Quiroga, FCRH '20, interviewed Bronx residents about their experience with COVID-19 for her project. (Mackenzie Cranna/The Fordham Ram)

Students Document COVID-19’s Effect on the Bronx

September 9, 2020

Through the research methods and the funds of the Bronx African American History Project, Quiroga’s own initiative,The Bronx COVID-19 Oral History Project, mirrors the BAAHP and was created to similarly broadcast and uplift the voices of ordinary Bronxites, many of whom are essential workers.

Keynote speaker of the 50th anniversary celebration, Farrah Jasmine Griffin, posed with Fordham student, Veronica Quiroga.

Department of African and African American Studies Celebrates 50 years

November 13, 2019

When Professor Mark Naison, Ph.D., joined The Department of African and African American Studies at Fordham in the spring of 1970, it was just one-year-old and technically an “institute” rather than a “department.”

Sarah Cavanaugh FCRH '19, pictured above, began studying the brain in May of 2017. (Julia Rist/The Fordham Ram)

Student Studies How The Brain Changes With Age

November 14, 2018

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

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