Class of 2018 Called to Lead Nation toward a "More Perfect Union"
At Fordham's 173rd Commencement on May 19, former schools chancellor Dennis Walcott told students, "if each of you does something to move us toward a more civil society, we will all get there together."
Former Schools Chancellor to Speak at Fordham’s 173rd Commencement
Dennis Walcott, president and CEO of the Queens Library and former New York City schools chancellor, will deliver the keynote address to the Class of 2018 at on May 19. Nine other notable figures will receive honorary degrees.
At research fairs at the Lincoln Center and Rose Hill campuses, students displayed work that presented their subjects in a new light. Above: Student Mary Cleary with the poster for her graphic novel that imagines a world without weapons.
An Education That Works: Outcome Data Points to Student Success
What career choices do Fordham students make following graduation? The Office of Career Services reached out to members of the Class of 2017 and learned the "first destinations" of 98 percent of the graduates.