Fordham University's Graduate School of Education offers several higher learning and community-based centers and institutes.
Human Resilency Institute
The Human Resiliency Institute at Fordham University conducts research and offers training to help aviation workers cope with pressures from congestion, delays and high security. Operating out of Fordham's Graduate School of Education, the Institute expands upon work initiated by Reclaiming the Sky, a non-profit organization that supported workers' resiliency after 9/11, including the Edge4Vets
program with the Graduate School of Social Service and the Fordham Veterans Intitiative.
The Bernard L. Schwartz Center for Media, Public Policy & Education
Founded in 2009, The Bernard L. Schwartz Center for Media, Public Policy and Education is devoted to studying America’s embattled newsgathering traditions and investigating solutions for their survival.
Psychological Services Institute
The Psychological Services Institute (PSI) at Fordham University is an accredited, non-profit mental health training center for mental health professionals.
Advanced Placement Summer Institute
The Graduate School of Education at Fordham University offers summer institutes for teachers of Advanced Placement High School courses at its Lincoln Center Campus. All institutes are taught by experienced teachers of AP and are endorsed by the College Board. Institutes may be taken for three graduate credits..
Multilingualism in Schooling and Learning Summer Institute
The Graduate School of Education offers a summer institute to explore current issues of multilingualism in urban schools. The Institute will expand participants' understanding of best educational configurations to sustain and enrich the schooling and learning processes of emergent bilinguals.
School Readiness Gaps Summer Institute
The Graduate School of Education offers a summer institute to provide an in depth understanding of the challenges and difficulties teachers and other professionals, families, and schools face in helping young children develop school readiness skills and promoting positive social relationships and early learning outcomes. The Institute will address early learning and social-emotional difficulties from a wide range of developmental perspectives.