Friday, 31 October 2014
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Saturday, 1 November 2014
Fordham Conversations: End-of-Life Issues
Charles Camosy, Ph.D., associate professor of theology, will talk about the ethics of controversial end-of-life issues. Also, Fordham Conversations producer Megan Connor will share what happened when she asked tourists and New Yorkers around Times Square what they think about physician assisted suicide.
7 a.m. | WFUV-FM (90.7) or http://www.wfuv.org
Contact: Robin Shannon, 718-817-4557
Career Forum for International Graduate Students
Speakers: IPED graduates Brie Layloo, Bea Lumanas, and Fan Zhang and Fulbright Fellowships Coordinator Rebecca Stark-Gendrano will discuss careers. Sponsored by the Graduate Program in International Political Economy and Development.
10 a.m. | Room E-540, Dealy Hall, Rose Hill Campus
Contact: IPED Office, 718-817-4064
Sunday, 2 November 2014
Dean’s List Ceremony
Fordham College at Rose Hill will honor undergraduates who have shown exemplary scholastic achievement over the past year.
Mass: 11 a.m. | University Church, Rose Hill Campus
Class of 2015 Ceremony: 12:15 p.m. | University Church, Rose Hill Campus
Class of 2016 Ceremony: 12:15 p.m. | McGinley Ballroom, McGinley Center, Rose Hill Campus
Class of 2017 Ceremony: 12:15 p.m. | Keating First Auditorium, Keating Hall, Rose Hill Campus
Dean’s Reception: 1:30 p.m. | McGinley Lounge, McGinley Center, Rose Hill Campus
Contact: Susan Legnini, 718-817-4700
Lambda Pi Eta Induction Ceremony
The Communication and Media Studies Department will induct 32 undergraduate students into its honor society, Lambda Pi Eta. Jim Jennewein, artist-in-residence at the Department of Communication and Media Studies, will be the guest speaker.
3 p.m. | Tognino Hall, Duane Library, Rose Hill Campus
Contact: Margot Hardenbergh, firstname.lastname@example.org
To view all three campuses’ daily Masses, visit Campus Ministry’s website.
To view schedules, visit the Fordham Sports website.
Panel to Examine the Role of Religion in the Ukrainian-Russian Conflict
On Nov. 4, Fordham’s Orthodox Christian Studies Center will host an international panel of experts to discuss the complicated role religion plays in the tension between Ukraine and Russia. For complete details, read the article on Fordham’s news page.
Science Council Lecture: Dan Molloy Zaps Flies and Mussels
On Nov. 6, Dan Molloy, Ph.D., research scientist at the University at Albany, will talk about his research in controlling pests without chemicals at Fordham’s 2014 Science Council Lecture. For complete details, read the article on Fordham’s news page.
Pirson to Urge Shift to ‘People-centered’ Business
Michael Pirson, Ph.D., associate professor of management systems, talks about his ideas for “humanistic management” as a people-centered approach to leadership. For complete details, read the article on the Gabelli School’s blog.
Considering the Psychological Needs of Immigrants
Doctoral candidate Charles Olbert talks about the complexity of immigrants’ psychological needs and the training necessary for psychologists to understand and help them. For complete details, read the article on the Center for Ethics Education blog.
Save The Date
Discussion: Where Can Theology Take Me?
Fordham theology graduates Grant Gallicho, Michael Ammazzalorso, Stephanie Pennacchia, and Kate DiGeronimo will talk about their successful and meaningful careers on Tuesday, Nov. 4 at 6 p.m. in Butler Commons, Duane Library, Rose Hill Campus. For complete details, contact the theology department at email@example.com.
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