Events and Activities

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To celebrate our centennial, GSAS will host a number of special events, speakers, and workshops to explore the past, present, and future of the school, and the growth of our students, faculty, and alumni. Upcoming events include:
  • lectures by prominent scholars,
  • alumni reunions and networking events,
  • faculty hosted “Book Club” and discussion groups,
  • award ceremonies, and
  • volunteer opportunities.

Let’s Volunteer Together!

GSAS is challenging its students and alumni to celebrate our anniversary by supporting our communities. We’re asking our students and interested alumni to volunteer 100 hours to the organization(s) of your choice. Continue doing the good work you already do or have planned, and/or join your fellow grads for organized service activities. All we ask is that you log your hours here so we can make an impact together.

Don’t know where to start? Contact the Director of Student Development and Special Events at [email protected] for a range of great ideas!

Fordham University and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Cordially Invites You to Attend Our

GSAS Awards and Centennial Celebration

Celebrating the achievements of current GSAS students and honoring 100 years of scholarship and dedication

Tuesday, March 21 2017 | 5 - 8 p.m.
Rose Hill Campus | Faber Hall, Bepler Commons

Celebratory remarks from:
Eva Badowska, Ph.D., GSAS Dean

All GSAS students and faculty are welcome to attend.

GSAS Sapientia et Doctrina Lecture

Fareed Zakaria, Ph.D.

Host, CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS, Washington Post Columnist,
and New York Times Best Selling Author
Thursday, April 6, 2017 | 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
E. Gerald Corrigan Conference Center | 12th-Floor Lounge
Lowenstein Center | 113 West 60th Street | Lincoln Center Campus
Fordham University

The Sapientia et Doctrina Lecture Series honors the cultivation of wisdom and learning, the twin pillars of GSAS’s mission. Historically, the series has featured eminent speakers who explore vital questions at the intersection of the University’s dedication to cura personalis (care of the whole person), the ethos of educating “men and women for others.”