Fordham Receives Luce Grant to Study Shaker Art and Religion
Kathryn Reklis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Theology and Lacy Schutz, executive director of the Shaker Museum are co-directors on a research project about one of the most successful and long-lived utopian societies in America.
Advocating for Responsible and Responsive Ph.D. Mentoring
Post-Doctoral Fellow in English, James Van Wyck, acknowledges that the role of the mentor has evolved and requires teamwork due to the career opportunities available to Ph.D. students outside academia.
Scientist's Passion for Plants Leads to Study of Green Roofs
A chance encounter with J. Alan Clark, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, led Chelsea Butcher, newly-minted Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, to study at Fordham University. Her research on green roofs allowed her to track the movement of pollen in urban habitats.