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February 6, 2012 • Volume 34, No. 7MM

 

 
GO! Set The World on Fire

Global Outreach Builds
Men and Women for Others

In a blighted section of North Camden, N.J., Fordham student volunteers don’t have to look far to find the presence of a higher power.

This year, GO! visits Camden and 32 other localities worldwide, bringing nearly 400 undergraduates face-to-face with the meaning of faith in, love for, and solidarity with communities that have been marginalized.

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New Curriculum Challenges Gabelli
Students to Think on Their Feet


 
The scene in the McGinley Center Ballroom on Dec. 12 had all the trappings of a corporate lunch meeting.

Young men and women dressed in sensible shoes, blazers and jackets sat at tables, listening intently, taking notes, and huddling among themselves before answering pointed questions.

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GSE Joins Effort to Revamp Education Doctorate

 
A new initiative in the Graduate School of Education’s Division of Educational Leadership, Administration,
and Policy (ELAP) could bring extensive changes to one of the school’s doctoral programs.


In September, ELAP was accepted into the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED), a national effort to revamp the education doctorate, or Ed.D.

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Smartphone Data Reveal More Than You Think

Three Pieces of Information That
Online Users Should Guard


More Green, More Birds, More Diversity

Theology Professor Seeks Deeper Understanding
of Earliest Christians


Education Professor Takes Teaching Method
to the Next Level


Center’s Director Seeks Balance of Security and Justice

PHOTO ESSAY: Hughes Hall Transformation in Full Swing

GRANTS AND GIFTS

RecycleMania Returns for Second Year

New GSE Program Aims to Benefit Undergrads and Struggling Schools

This Month in Fordham History…
Young Jesuit Begins 40-Year Theatre Tradition


Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines


Did You Know?

One of the oldest American Elm trees in New York City has its home on the Rose Hill campus. The 270-year-old tree could live for another 60 years or more, according to James D. Lewis, Ph.D., associate professor of biology and Magis Fellow. Fordham has the largest stand of American Elm trees of any urban area in the country.



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at Home for First Time
Since 1978

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