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Calder Center Celebrates 50 Years of Research
Fordham marked the golden anniversary of the Louis Calder Center on June 14 with reflections on the history of the 113-acre facility and a new commitment to strengthen its role in wildlife conservation.
Fordham Scientist Finds Cities Now a Major Factor in Species Evolution
Cities are not just hotbeds of human activity. They're also changing the way plants and animals evolve. Jason Munshi-South (Fordham University), and Marc Johnson (University of Toronto) came to this conclusion after examining 192 evolutionary studies.
Uncovering the Limitless Possibilities of 3D-Printed Prosthetics
Engineering physics student Marissa Vaccarelli, a Fordham College at Rose Hill senior, believes the technology is especially primed to solve critical problems in the field of prosthetics and biomedical engineering.
Preliminary research by Daniel Leeds, Ph.D., assistant professor of computer and information science, suggests being a keen thinker may be a greater indicator of how one’s brains processes information than one’s age may be.
GSE Receives $1.25M Grant for Interdisciplinary Teacher/School Psychologist Training
Project director Su-Je Cho, Ph.D., associate professor of curriculum and teaching, and the 10 Fordham faculty members and supervisors implementing the project will help address the issue of demonstrated existing shortages of highly trained, qualified special education teachers and school psychologists in the field.
Alexandra Makara has always been interested in a career in science, so when she enrolled at Fordham she was determined to take advantage of every research opportunity she could find. Little did she know that by her sophomore year she’d be collaborating with some of the world’s most gifted scientists and cancer researchers.