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February 14, 2011 • Volume 33, No. 8

 

Groundbreaking Begins Transformation
of Lincoln Center


On Feb. 3, Fordham embarked on a journey to create one of the nation’s most advanced teaching, research and residential environments.

On that wintry, wind-whipped Thursday, construction crews broke ground on a new home for the Fordham School of Law and an undergraduate residence hall. The $250 million project calls for a 22-story building clad in a curtain wall of cast stone, metal and glass. The school will occupy the lower nine stories while a residential tower for 430 undergraduates will rise above.

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From Here to There:
Campus Plans Offer a Glimpse of 2032

Plans depict Lincoln Center at two points in the future—at the completion of Phase I and in 2032—as envisioned in the University’s approved development plan.


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Inside the Fordham School of Law Building and Residence Hall

The new law school building and residence hall will feature 349,000 square feet of program space and 361 rooms. It also will boast a two-story atrium, moot and trial court facilities and a 562,000-volume law library.


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Conference Explores Millennials and the Church

GSE Hosts Workshop for Potential Career Changers

University Introduces New Academic Payment Options

Photo Essay: Hidden Features Abound at Lincoln Center

Scholar Reimagines Role of Ethics in Business

To Math Professor, Numbers Have an Authority All Their Own

Professor Uses Business Model to Create ‘Entrepreneurial Discipleship’

Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines


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New York Times
Columnist Examines
Women’s Plight in
Developing World

For a man whose work is a litany of all the bad things that can happen to people, mostly women, Nicholas D. Kristof is a remarkably upbeat speaker.

At Fordham last month, he started with the dire situation of girls in rural China and ended with the difficulty of effective intervention in the developing world.

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Fordham @ Work

A profile of Jeanne Holzmann, FCRH ’05, GSE ’09, Associate Director for Campus Visitation, Office of Undergraduate Admission


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