Office of Research Events
The Office of Research is excited to host multiple research-centered events that highlight the innovative research being done by Fordham faculty.
- Provide basis for discussion of scholarly topics
- Provide a platform for faculty to showcase their research
- Afford opportunities for networking, engagement and interaction
- Allow students to identify potential faculty research mentors.
Please look below for information regarding Office of Research (OR) and Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) events.
Call for Abstracts
Conference on Social and Environmental Justice
May 1-2, 2023
Lincoln Center Campus
Fordham University, Fordham Office of the Provost, Fordham Office of Research
Sponsored by Fordham Strategic Research Consortia on:
Digital Scholarship; Disability; Global Studies; Science and Justice
Current social, economic, and political systems throughout the world have fostered profound injustice and resulted in unconscionable phenomena such as environmental degradation, racism, ableism, and rising inequality in access to resources and information. Many of these problems are worsening by the day and leading to an increased risk of social and environmental collapse. In response, a substantial body of scholarship and activism has resulted in an attempt to increase social and environmental justice. However, there are rarely efforts to integrate different perspectives on justice issues in a way that can form a foundation for a deep societal shift in mindset and practices.
These ideas motivate our Fordham University 2023 Conference on Social and Environmental Justice. Through this conference, we plan to listen to a variety of voices that will speak to social and environmental problems and potential solutions. The conference looks to engage academics, intellectuals, social service providers, education leaders, public policy experts, artists, activists, and students alike to imagine a more just and humane landscape. It is our aim to address the question that Indigenous Hawaiian academic, Jonathan Kay Kamakawiwo’ole Osorio asked at the turn of the 21st century: “What might we do in a society where custom, law, and leadership reflect our own desires and aspirations”? Ultimately, we look to address questions of social and environmental justice in the access to natural and technological resources and knowledge nationally and globally. We also seek to understand how such inequalities relate to history, colonialism, extraction of resources, structural adjustment programs, and neoliberal policies worldwide that are manifested in exploitative conditions for a myriad of communities and species, and the uneven manipulation of environmental regulations and standards all over the world.
The Office of Sponsored Programs will hold its next online workshop on October 11, 2022 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. See below for RSVP information.
Faculty Orientation to Research Funding
Tuesday, October 11, 2022
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Please register for this meeting and Zoom details will be included in a follow-up calendar invitation.
- Welcome! George Hong introduces himself, the Office of Research (OR), Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) staff, and Institutional Giving (IG) staff
- Faculty Introductions
- Discussion of Office of Research Internal Funding Opportunities
- Discussion of OSP Services
- Discussion of Institutional Giving
- Ask attendees about recent grants and problems they may have experienced in applying for and managing grants
- How can OR, OSP and IG help faculty obtain grants?
- Would faculty be interested in attending additional workshops? On what topics?
- Questions and comments
Fordham University’s Research Day Celebration
Office of the Provost
Office of Research
University Research Council
Research Deans’ Council
Monday, April 25, 2022
Fordham School of Law, 150 West 62nd Street, NYC
School of Law, Costantino Lobby 11:00 am-11:35 am
Keynote Speech School of Law, Costantino A
- Moderator: Dr. Donna Rapaccioli, Dean, Gabelli School of Business
- Introduction: Dr. Ron Jacobson, Associate Vice President, Office of the Provost
- Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, (Professor and Director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University;
President of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network and a Commissioner of the UN Broadband Commission for Development) The Role of Universities in Supporting Urban Sustainability
- Dr. Sachs will join this event online 11:35 am - 11:50 am - Award Ceremony School of Law, Costantino A
- Introduction: Dr. George Hong, Chief Research Officer and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
- Opening Remarks: Reverend Joseph McShane, S.J., President
- Awards Presentation: Dr. Dennis Jacobs, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
11:50 am-12:10 pm - Presentations by the Awardees
Chair: Dr. Jonathan Crystal, Vice Provost
- Distinguished Research Award in the Humanities: Stephen Grimm, PhD
- Distinguished Research Award in Interdisciplinary Studies: Ahir Gopaldas, PhD
- Distinguished Research Award for Junior Faculty: Alesia Moldavan, PhD
- Distinguished Research Award in the Sciences and Mathematics: Marija Kundakovic, PhD
- Distinguished Research Award in the Social Sciences: Tiffany Yip, PhD
CONCURRENT SESSION A:
Meeting New Book Authors: Humanities – Costantino A
12:10 pm-1:00 pm
Chair: Dr. Eva Badowska, Dean, Faculty of Arts & Sciences, and Associate Vice President, Arts & Sciences
- Dr. Ayala Fader (Sociology and Anthropology), Hidden Heretics: Jewish Doubt in the Digital Age (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2020).
- Dr. Christine Hinze (Theology), Radical Sufficiency: Work, Livelihood, and a U.S. Catholic Economic Ethic (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2021).
- Dr. Daniel Soyer (History), ed., Left in the Center: The Liberal Party of New York and the Rise and Fall of American Social Democracy (Cornell University Press, 2021).
CONCURRENT SESSION B:
Meeting New Book Authors: Interdisciplinary Studies – Costantino B
12:10 pm - 1:00 pm
Chair: Dr. Yi Ding, Chair of University Research Council, Professor of Graduate School of Education
- Dr. Juntao Chen (Computer and Information Sciences), Zhu, Q., Baras, J., Poovendran, R., Chen, J., eds. Decision and Game Theory for Security (Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2020).
- Dr. Gregory Donovan (Communication and Media Studies), Canaries in the Data Mine: Understanding the Proprietary Design of Youth Environments (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020).
- Dr. Sarah Lockhart (Political Science), Money, J., Lockhart, S. P., eds. Introduction to International Migration: Population Movements in the 21st Century (New York: Routledge, 2021).
- Dr. Tina Maschi (Social Service), Morgen, K. Aging behind Prison Walls: Studies of Trauma and Resilience (New York: Columbia University Press, 2020).
10:00 am - 3:00 pm - New Book Exhibition
School of Law, Costantino Lobby
December 4, 2019
Lowenstein Cafeteria Atrium, Lincoln Center Campus
Sponsored by: The Office of the Provost, The Office of Research, The University Research Council, The Research Deans’ Council, The Office of Sponsored Programs
The Fordham Office of Research has invited to this Intern/Job Fair six Fordham-Columbia, NYU, and IBM fellows, and four external grant awardees who are Fordham professors from Arts & Sciences, Education, Social Service and Business. The purpose is for these invited faculty members to showcase their research projects, to recruit students to join their research activities, and to provide a casual environment for initiating these professional relationships between faculty and students.
Introduction: Tihana Abiala, Research Initiatives Officer, Office of Research
Welcome Remarks: Dr. Dennis Jacobs, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
- Project Introduction by the Fordham-Columbia, NYU and IBM Fellows
- Dr. Christopher Conway (Psychology), Columbia Fellow, “Forecasting Suicidal Behavior with Intensive Longitudinal Data”
- Dr. Kimberly Hudson (GSSS), NYU Fellow, “APPROACH (Assessing Perceptions of Practice Roles, Orientations, and Change)”
- Dr. Alesia Moldavan (GSE), NYU Fellow, “Ontological Possibilities for Aesthetic Practices in Mathematics Education”
- Dr. Michael Pirson (Gabelli School of Business), Columbia Fellow, “Social Innovation, Laudato Si, Humanistic Management and Transformation of Business Education”
- Dr. Sudip Vhaduri (Computer and Information Science), IBM Fellow, “SmartAutoCough: Smartphone-based Automatic Cough Detection in Noisy Environments”
- Dr. Yijun Zhao (Computer and Information Science), NYU Fellow, “Apply deep learning techniques to detect and reduce motion artifacts in brain MRI images”
- Project Introduction by the Principal Investigators (PIs)
- Dr. Anita Batisti (Associate Dean; Director, Center for Educational Partnerships， Graduate School of Education), three city-wide Technical Assistance Centers, sponsored by the New York State Education Department.
- Dr. Brendan Cahill (Department of English, IIHA), “Ireland at Fordham Lecture Series” sponsored by IRISH Aid.
- Dr. Thaier Hayajeneh (Computer Science, Fordham College at Lincoln Center), “Cyber Scholarship Program (CySP) at Fordham University—Capacity Boiling” sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense
- Dr. Monica Rivera Mindt (Psychology), “Study of Aging Latinas/os for Understanding Dementia HIV (SLUD HIV)” sponsored by National Institutes of Health-NIA.
- Table Interview and Discussion between Faculty and Students
The International Symposium on Digital Scholarship is organized by Fordham University London Centre and Birkbeck, University of London
June 3-5, 2019
If you have any questions, please contact Tihana Abiala at email@example.com.
International Conference on Sustainable Cities 2018
May 1-2, 2018
Lincoln Center Campus, McNally Amphitheatre
113 West, 60th Street, New York, NY
Creating sustainable cities has become one of the most pressing issues facing the United States and the global community. As Dr. Steven Cohen, Executive Director of the Columbia Earth Institute, has noted, a sustainable city “uses resources as efficiently as possible, uses renewable resources as much as possible, recycles as much as possible and has the least possible impact on the natural environment.” There is a growing consensus, Dr. Cohen argues, that our cities must be “attractive, exciting, healthy and productive places to live, learn, develop, work and play.”
There is, however, far less consensus about how cities can most efficiently and effectively design and implement the architecture and systems to grow and prosper sustainably, as the world’s population urbanizes and the threats to urban areas increase. Rigorous research related to sustainable cities is thus more central than ever, and the questions scholars face are urgent: What is a sustainable city? What is the role of climate change in sustainable cities? And what is the future of the sustainable city—and how can we best get there?
In a unique collaboration to help answer these questions, three universities—Fordham, Columbia and NYU—in the world’s greatest city are organizing a two-day interdisciplinary International Conference on Sustainable Cities. The Conference will bring together leading scholars from a range of disciplines with policymakers, business leaders, and advocates to share insights and set a comprehensive research agenda for this vital subject.
- Dr. Steve Cohen, Executive Director of the Columbia Earth Institute
- Nestor Davidson, Albert A. Walsh Chair in Real Estate, Land Use and Property Law at the Fordham Law School
- Dr. Julia Lane, Professor of Public Service at the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
- Shelley Poticha, Director, Urban Solutions, NRDC-Natural Resources Defense Council
- Jonathan F.P. Rose, Jonathan Rose Companies