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Student Researches What It Means to Be A Good Catholic

Student Researches What It Means to Be A Good Catholic

May 1, 2019

Rachel Nolan, FCRH '20, found that being a 'good catholic' has different meanings to each individual, but it is still a powerful term to many.

Fordham Professor Researches Special Education Training

Fordham Professor Researches Special Education Training

April 10, 2019

Fordham professor, Su-Je Cho Ph.D. is researching the training of pre-service individuals in special education and school psychology.

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.

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.

Fordham Student Researches Liver Transplant Transitions

Fordham Student Researches Liver Transplant Transitions

May 2, 2018

By Julia Rist Kirk Brouwer, FCRH ’20, is researching whether it is possible to streamline the transition for liver transplant patients who are aging out of pediatric care. Brouwer, a psychology major, is working with...

Freshman Researches Public View of Coastal Management

Freshman Researches Public View of Coastal Management

April 25, 2018

By Hannah Gonzalez Growing up on the barrier islands of the Jersey Shore, Colleen Cochran, FCRH ’21, had always loved the beach. But when she was in eighth grade, her coastal community was greatly impacted by Hur...

Student Studies the City’s Coyotes, DNA

Student Studies the City’s Coyotes, DNA

March 14, 2018

By Julia Rist If you think you have escaped the presence of coyotes by moving to the city, think again. Emily Hargous, FCRH ‘18, said she has found no shortage of these animals while conducting her res...

Student Receives Grant, Studies Foreign Social Enterprises

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...

Dean’s Council and USG Host Inaugural Research Reception

Dean’s Council and USG Host Inaugural Research Reception

February 7, 2018

By Ashley Katusa As students make the decision to get involved in research, some may find it difficult to approach professors or even narrow down what kind of research they would like to do. United Student Government (USG) FC...

Fordham Doctoral Candidate Creates Online Historical Archive

Fordham Doctoral Candidate Creates Online Historical Archive

January 24, 2018

By Ashley Katusa Digital Paxton, an online archive of the Pamphlet War of 1764, catalogs works that are likened to pre-revolutionary Twitter battles according to creator Will Fenton, GSAS. Fenton’s archive contains 1,700 pages of material from the 1764 Paxto...

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