Following a three-day visit last April, the accrediting body for universities and colleges in the mid-Atlantic region recognized Fordham's commitment to high standards of academic excellence.
For her senior thesis, recent graduate Claire Fields took a popular architectural theory and applied it to one of the 20th century's most famous mass-produced items, the Eames chair.
Alumnus Alex Baum is helping local high school students learn navigation in one of the busiest harbors in the world.
Drawing on the meticulous records kept by early Jesuits as well as their own excavations at the Rose Hill campus, two professors illustrate how different life was in the early years of Fordham, which is celebrating its 175th anniversary.
Restoration of a lakeside path is just one part of a long-term effort to better manage the forests and wetlands of Fordham's 113-acre biological field station, and to attract new research.
Make your own way with Fordham University.
Cura Personalis is Fordham's commitment to educating the whole person.
When you study history, you will see that across centuries, one of the great purposes of human life is to wonder about life, the universe, and creation.
Susan Wabuda, Associate Professor of History specializing in the 16th century