Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Since the founding of Fordham in 1841, Arts and
Sciences has been fundamental to the mission
of the institution. Today, as the Jesuit University
of New York, Fordham is thriving as it aggressively
pursues the goals set forth in its strategic plan,
Toward 2016, to become the premier Catholic
university in the nation. Arts and Sciences is
the heart of achieving this goal.
A single faculty serves the four schools of Arts
and Sciences at Fordham University; Fordham
College at Rose Hill in the Bronx in New York City,
Fordham College at Lincoln Center in Manhattan, the
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at both
of those campuses, and Fordham College of Liberal
Studies at both campuses, and additionally at the
Westchester campus north of New York City. The
Jesuit tradition, on all campuses, is characterized
by excellence in teaching and by the care and
development of each student.
|POLICY ON VISITING SCHOLARS
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Clavius Professor Wins IBM Faculty Award
Frank Hsu, Ph.D., the Clavius Distinguished Professor of Science, has received a prestigious IBM
Faculty Award, a distinction that this year was bestowed upon just 180 individuals worldwide. For
complete details, read the article on Fordham’s news blog.
New Campus Visit
This site is designed to Welcome
and to give information about
Fordham University's Faculty of Arts
and Sciences to potential candidates
for positions here at Fordham.
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Upcoming fall 2012 events
Summer 2013 events
London Liberal Arts
May 29, 2013- June 28, 2013
Students take one of the three
courses at Fordham's London Centre.
These courses are specifically designed
to use London as the classroom. Students
will spend time in the classrooms of
Heythrop College, but also will take
excursions to famous museums, sites and neighborhoods to develop a better understanding of the British material