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Nora Thomas is researching diagnosis and treatment of illnesses based on gender in the 19th century

Junior Researches Links Between Mental and Reproductive Health

October 9, 2019

Over the course of the summer Thomas’s research evolved into a more formal question. "Why did 19th century physicians create a disease analogous to hysteria but without the derogatory connotations (i.e. femaleness).”

Kutsch, pictured above, studies the work of artisans in Guatemala. (Courtesy of Rosalyn Kutsch)

Student Receives Grant, Studies Foreign Social Enterprises

February 14, 2018

By Tereza Shkurtaj Rosalyn Kutsch, FCRH ’19, a student in Fordham University’s Honors Program, is using her very first research grant to explore her growing interests in International Political Economy and Latin American stud...

Maura mast will be spear heading the upcoming town hall meeting.

Town Hall Will Tackle Just Employment and Diversity

November 18, 2015

By Yasmin Merchant Correction: An earlier version of this article included a misquote from Trevethik saying that student's and faculty "can't" comment at the town hall, when he intended to say the...

Leveling the Field Between Gabelli and FCRH

Leveling the Field Between Gabelli and FCRH

April 22, 2015

By Marisa Rametta Do Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business (GSB) students receive unfair advantages? Some students argue that Gabelli students get a pass on some core Fordham requirements, such as the...

The Office of the Provost announced several changes including the appointment of Dean Rapaccioli.

Email Sparks Clash Between Schools

April 15, 2015

By Katie Meyer An email sent by Gabelli administrators to all Fordham College students on Monday night has irked liberal arts students, highlighting a possible point of contention between these liberal ar...

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