Calder Center Forest Proves Perfect for Safe Fieldwork
Despite challenges caused by COVID-19, Biological sciences students, Ar Kornreich and Medha Pandey, were still able to complete their research thanks to the safest research facility at the University’s disposal – the woods at the Calder Center.
To address issues of racism and inequality, Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham University, introduced an online discussion with Fordham’s deans of the arts of sciences titled, “Eradicating Racism in Arts and Sciences at Fordham University".
Building Personal Resilience: Five Questions with Clinical Psychologist Mary Byrne
GSAS alumna and clinical psychologist, Mary Byrne, along with Maria Nardone, and David Marcotte, will address the question that is on everyone's mind, "How can we get through these trying times?", at the upcoming Women’s Philanthropy Summit on October 21.
Fordham Professors Prioritize Academic Rigor and Connection
This semester, Fordham welcomed back students for an unprecedented academic endeavor. With some classes offered remotely, some are offered in-person—indoors and outdoors—and others a blend of both, professors spent much of the summer preparing to provide students with innovative lessons and challenging coursework.