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October 4, 2010 • Volume 33, No. 2

 

Mario J. Gabelli, CBA ’65,
Makes $25 Million Gift to Fordham

 
“We are at one of those turning points in American history where you have got to step up [and support higher education],” said Mario J. Gabelli, donor of the largest gift in Fordham University’s history.

Gabelli, a 1965 alumnus of the College of Business Administration, made a $25 million gift to Fordham in September. The gift will help propel Fordham’s campaign to its $500 million goal, and in gratitude, the University will rename the undergraduate business college the Gabelli School of Business.


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Related: Naming Gift Marks College of Business Administration Campaign Launch

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University Names Provost, Administration VP

 
Fordham University has reorganized its administrative structure, naming Stephen Freedman, Ph.D., the University’s provost, and Thomas A. Dunne, Esq., as vice president for administration. Both promotions took effect in September.

The changes come as Fordham enters the final phase of Excelsior | Ever Upward | The Campaign for Fordham, typically regarded as the most challenging portion of a capital campaign.

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Alumni Treated to Sun- and Fun-Filled Homecoming

For John Gualtiere (GSB ’91), the fact that Homecoming fell on a perfect fall day meant only one thing—it was time for a family outing.

“We wanted the kids to see a good game of football and have some fun,” said Gualtiere, who brought his wife, a 1992 Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH) alumna; sister-in-law, a FCRH alumna from 1988; and 12 children to the Rose Hill campus.



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Naming Gift Marks College of Business Administration Campaign Launch

Dispute Resolution Stresses Negotiation, Mediation and Arbitration

Photo Essay: Sun, Silence and Seagulls

TOP TEN: Solo John Lennon Songs

Researcher Chronicles the Lives of African Immigrants in the Bronx

Early Christian Debates Offer New Insights Into Old Problems

Professor Gives Voice to Parents of Anorexic Children

 

 

The College of Business Administration:
90 Years of History

1920:
The College of Business Administration is founded, and is known as the School of Accounting. In the fall, night classes begin in accounting, business English and business law on the seventh floor of the
60-story, Gothic-styled Woolworth Building on Lower Broadway.

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Fordham at Work

A profile of Margaret Tarnowsky, Assistant to the Dean for Web Management, Graduate School of Education (GSE).

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