By her sophomore year, Alexandra Makara was collaborating with some of the world's most gifted scientists and cancer researchers. Her experiences have led to an interest in oral oncology.
This summer, Pope Francis is expected to publish an encyclical on the dire effects of environmental degradation—especially on the poor—and urge the world to take action on moral grounds.
In recognition of Arbor Day, one of the surviving pin oak trees from Fordham's Calder biological field station takes up a new home in the Bronx.
Martha K. Hirst is the University’s new senior vice president, chief financial officer, and treasurer.
Anthropologist Reiko Matsuda Goodwin's research of primate species in the West African country may offer critical information on their distribution patterns. Saving them, she says, is a challenge.
Undergraduate Research: Building a Better Rooftop Garden
Cura Personalis is Fordham's commitment to educating the whole person.
When you study history, you will see that across centuries, one of the great purposes of human life is to wonder about life, the universe, and creation.
Susan Wabuda, Associate Professor of History specializing in the 16th century