Duffy Fellows

Patrick Cullinan (FCRH 2024)
Patrick Cullinan is a senior in the Honors Program at Fordham College at Rose Hill, majoring in Latin and Economics and with a concentration in American Catholic Studies. He is deeply interested in Catholicism and its interaction with American culture, having rediscovered the faith during his time at Fordham and later received the sacrament of confirmation at the University Church. Cullinan and his research partner Jay Doherty will be building an oral history exploring the discernment process across several generations of American Jesuits.

Cullinan Patrick

Jay Doherty (FCRH 2026)
Jay Doherty is a sophomore studying Political Science and Philosophy at Fordham College at Rose Hill. He is a reporter for WFUV, the university's NPR radio station, and he serves as a University Ambassador in the Rose Hill Society. Doherty is also the treasurer of Fordham's Jesuit Network (JesNET) and the student representative of the University’s Alumni Association. His and Patrick Cullinan’s multi-generational oral history of American Jesuits will culminate in a short documentary.

Jay Doherty

Amelia Medved (FCRH 2023)
Amelia Medved graduated from Fordham College at Rose Hill in May 2023, majoring in Environmental Studies and Visual Arts. She currently works as a studio assistant at SCAPE, a New York City-based landscape architecture firm. Medved is passionate about environmental advocacy, specifically with a focus on parks equity and community-based ecological stewardship. Her research will explore the use of public parks by religious communities throughout New York City.

Amelia Medved

Madison Morris (FCRH 2024)
Madison Morris is a senior at Fordham College at Rose Hill and she is majoring in Theology and English with a concentration in Creative Writing. As a story-teller, she strives to create characters, situations, and images that make readers ponder a question instead of rushing toward an answer. For her Duffy Fellows project, Morris will author and illustrate an original graphic novel revisiting the Biblical story of the Garden of Eden.

Morris Madison