Celebrating ‘Breadth and Depth’ of Fordham Faculty Research
From examining migration crises to expanding access to cybersecurity education, from exploring the history of Jews in New York to understanding how people deal with uncertainty, the work of Fordham faculty was highlighted during a Research Day celebration.
Building a Better Future, One Perovskite at a Time
Joshua Schrier, Ph.D., the first Bepler Chair in Chemistry, has devoted much of his time to his study, "Discovering reactions and uncovering mechanisms of perovskite formation", a $7.4 million project funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Professor Uses Community-Based Approach to Study Impact of Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Thanks to over $900,000 in grants from Genentech Health Equity Innovations and the National Institute of Health, Monica Rivera-Mindt, Ph.D., professor of psychology, will explore how to digitally engage Black adults coping with Alzheimer’s and dementia. The results of this work will be presented at a three-year conference series starting in 2022.