A former Queens kindergarten teacher and Harlem social worker, Dennis Walcott, GSS '80, is now in charge of the nation's largest school district, with 1.1 million students and 135,000 employees.
When it comes to serving the city, Fordham's graduate school of education is walking the walk, not only by preparing professionals but also by helping to run 31 schools.
With an extra dose of humanism and a renewed focus on research, Fordham students are preparing for careers in medicine.
From a partnership with the University of Pretoria to oral histories of West African communities in the Bronx, Fordham is forging links to counterparts in African nations and among immigrants in New York.
In conjunction with the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Fordham is incubating a social network to help promising entrepreneurs turn their ventures into sizable, thriving enterprises.
From Rose Hill to the Garden, the Rams Aim to Help Rejuvenate Big Apple Basketball.
Class Act Comes to Fordham
Romance and Reality in Humanitarian Action
Did You Know?
President's Council Talks Ethics with Young Alumni
Meet Roberta Siciliano Garland
Feerick Center Turns Five
Remembering John Healey
The Real World
For the Record
Broadway Comes to Lincoln Center
University Named Top Fulbright Producer
Fordham Advances in Prominent Collegiate Rankings
Answers and Questions with Alex Trebek
EMBA Program Ranked in Top 40
Fordham Finds a Global Partner
The Theology of 'Eat This, Not That'
University Welcomes Ukrainian Catholics
Thinking Through Digital Technology
Literature and Social Justice Find a Home
Remembering the Mighty Macs
Whistleblower Warns of Ethics Challenges
Lessons from the Street
Philippine President Receives Honorary Degree
Conservation Geneticist Uncovers Secrets of the Past
He's the Keeper
Football Weekend Stirs Up History
Student-Athletes 'Give-a-Glove' in Harlem
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