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February 27, 2012 • Volume 34, No. 8MM

 

 
New Corrigan Chair Quantifies Benefits of Diversity

Iftekhar Hasan, Ph.D., was formally installed as the inaugural holder of the E. Gerald Corrigan, Ph.D., Chair in International Business and Finance on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at Fordham.

In his inaugural lecture as the Corrigan Chair, Hasan showed it is possible to quantify the benefit companies derive from having CEOs with diverse backgrounds and connections.

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Something Wicked to
Keating Comes:

Philosophy Class Taps Harry Potter to Illuminate Big Questions


Twice a week, the third floor lecture hall in Keating undergoes a magical transformation. Pencils are swapped for quills, and the Fordham maroon becomes a hue in another school’s color spectrum. By 10 a.m., the wood-paneled room comes to resemble a scene from Hogwarts castle.

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Through a Pilot Project, Fordham Cultivates
its Public Intellectuals

Carina Ray, Ph.D., assistant professor of history, was a visiting scholar at Princeton University when she serendipitously crossed paths with Catherine Orenstein, a journalist and founder of the OpEd Project.

Orenstein shared statistics on public opinion voices in the media that painted a succinct story: at The New York Times, male authors write 68 percent of all op-eds; at the Washington Post it is 77 percent; and, at the online journal Salon, it’s 80 percent.
 

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Gabelli School Offers First Undergraduate
Specialization in Value Investing


New NASDAQ Grant Helps GBA Go Global

Debate Queries Who, or What, Really Controls America

Fordham, Big Apple, Join Hands on
Venture Fellows Program


Dolan Speaks on Law and Religion

Four Fordham Faculty Feted

A Bronx-based “Conscience” Comes to Fordham


PHOTO ESSAY: Rose Hill’s Visual Gems Often
Hiding in Plain Sight


Business Professor Explores Creative Aspects of Finance

Professor Endeavors to Mutually Enhance the
Fields of Psychology and Religion


Psychologist Helps Transition Young
Organ Transplant Patients


Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines


Did You Know?

Edwards Parade on the Rose Hill campus is named for Major General Clarence R. Edwards, professor of military science and tactics at Fordham in the late 19th century and commander of the 26th Yankee Division in World War I. He formed the St. John’s Cadets into the best-trained company in the nation behind the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.



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A Bronx-based
“Conscience”
Comes to Fordham


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TOP 10
Robin Andersen’s
Top 10 Ecotourism Destinations

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Student-Athletes
Honored at Breakfast
for Champions

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