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Following NY State Guidelines, Fordham Is Hesitant About an In-Person Fall

June 7, 2020

Fordham remains uncertain about an in-person fall 2020 semester, but is encouraging staff and faculty members to be flexible and prepared for all scenarios.

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Fordham’s Financial Steps and Missteps During the Pandemic

May 13, 2020

With pressure from students, faculty and policymakers, Fordham's financial steps during the pandemic became subject to criticism.

Scott Bruce plans to use his fellowship money to create a large reference library of Greek Christian works that were translated into Latin.

Fordham Professors Rethink History With Grant Money

February 11, 2020

The National Endowment of the Humanities announced 188 projects that it will be funding — two of which are Fordham history professors. The Fordham professors, Scott Bruce, Ph.D.,; and Yuko Miki, Ph.D., will each both receive a fellowship for $60,000 which will last for 12 months. Both plan to use their fellowships to reexamine parts of history that they believe are often ignored.

These five classes meet core and major requirements and are highly recommended for students, by students.

Five Classes to Take Before You Graduate

March 12, 2019

These five classes come heavily recommended by Fordham students as must-takes before you graduate.

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Professors Stealing the Spotlight

February 25, 2016

By RUBY BUDDEMEYER Contributing Writer With Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) smack dab in the...