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Fordham Grads to Receive ‘Ram of the Year’ and ‘Trailblazer’ Awards at Annual Alumni Association Recognition Reception

Fordham Grads to Receive ‘Ram of the Year’ and ‘Trailblazer’ Awards at Annual Alumni Association Recognition Reception

On Wednesday, Jan. 18, the Fordham University Alumni Association (FUAA) will honor three graduates for their ongoing commitment to the University. During a reception at the Penn Club in Manhattan, Mo Osman, FCRH ’14, will receive the Trailblazer Award, and Jack Walton, FCRH ’72, and Jeanette Walton, TMC ’71, GSAS ’73, will share in the …

Fordham Expands Study Abroad Opportunities in Spain and Around the World

Fordham Expands Study Abroad Opportunities in Spain and Around the World

When Emilia Tesoriero was thinking about studying abroad, Granada, Spain, was near the top of her list. Tesoriero, a junior at Fordham College at Rose Hill majoring in international political economy, was intrigued by the possibility of studying in a Spanish-speaking country after taking Spanish classes throughout high school and college. “The goal was actually …

Fordham Alumni Named to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Hall of Fame

Fordham Alumni Named to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Hall of Fame

Inclusion magazine has recognized two Fordham graduates as “trailblazing leaders who wrote the playbook for implementing” diversity, equity, and inclusion values and practices in the workplace. Fordham trustee Valerie Irick Rainford, FCRH ’86, and Patricia David, GABELLI ’81, are among the eight executives in the magazine’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Hall of Fame Class …

Fordham Housing Fund Transforms College Experience for CSTEP Students

Fordham Housing Fund Transforms College Experience for CSTEP Students

For his first two years at Fordham, Alvin Feliz Varona was commuting to the Rose Hill campus, first from New York City’s northern suburbs and then from a town further north, near Poughkeepsie. From there, he commuted for two hours. Each way. “That is very difficult to do, if you do that every day,” especially …

Neuroscientist Awarded NIH Grant to Study Impulsive Behavior

Neuroscientist Awarded NIH Grant to Study Impulsive Behavior

Eduardo Gallo, Ph.D., an assistant professor in biological sciences, is trying to understand how an overlooked group of brain cells can control our impulses. His research, recently funded by a nearly $2 million research grant from the National Institutes of Health, could eventually contribute to the development of treatments and prevention methods for people with …

Ethics Bowl Team Heading to National Championships

Ethics Bowl Team Heading to National Championships

Three years after Fordham’s inaugural Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl team tackled some of the thorniest issues facing this country, the team went undefeated in the Northeast Regional Association of Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl, which was held on Dec. 3 at Villanova University. This year’s team features Fordham College at Rose Hill juniors …

‘Find Your Passion and Dive In, But Don’t Be Afraid to Pivot’: President’s Council Members Share Career Advice at Annual Mentoring Event

‘Find Your Passion and Dive In, But Don’t Be Afraid to Pivot’: President’s Council Members Share Career Advice at Annual Mentoring Event

More than 100 Fordham alumni and students gathered at the Lincoln Center campus on Nov. 16 for the annual President’s Council Executive Leadership Series Mentoring Event—an opportunity for young alumni and members of the council to share insights and advice with seniors and recent graduates from across Fordham’s undergraduate colleges. The event included a reception …

Memory of John E. Toffolon Jr. Continues to Boost the Basketball Rams

Memory of John E. Toffolon Jr. Continues to Boost the Basketball Rams

As the men’s and women’s basketball Rams move forward with their new season, powered by opening-night victories in the historic Rose Hill Gym on Nov. 7, the memory of a beloved fan, benefactor, and former Fordham trustee who passed away in April is still buoying their efforts—and not just in spirit. After John E. Toffolon …

Posthumous Gift Comes to Fordham from Sports Broadcasting Legend Vin Scully

Posthumous Gift Comes to Fordham from Sports Broadcasting Legend Vin Scully

Before he passed away in August, legendary sports broadcaster Vin Scully, FCRH ’49, left $1 million to Fordham University and the same amount to Fordham Preparatory School, two institutions that shaped his life and career—and which always retained a special place in his heart. On Oct. 31, administrators from both schools met at the Rose …

With Fundraising Drive and Muster Campaign, Fordham Military Community Kicks Off 175th Anniversary Celebration

With Fundraising Drive and Muster Campaign, Fordham Military Community Kicks Off 175th Anniversary Celebration

At its annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony, the leaders of Fordham’s ROTC and student-veteran programs announced a yearlong celebration of an upcoming milestone: the 175th anniversary of military training at Fordham, which began just seven years after Fordham was founded by an Irish immigrant to provide opportunity to other immigrants and their descendants. Tradition …

Sports, News Broadcasting Legends and Young Journalists Honored at WFUV Dinner

Sports, News Broadcasting Legends and Young Journalists Honored at WFUV Dinner

A legendary NBA announcer and a distinguished broadcast news journalist were among the honorees on Nov. 1 at the annual WFUV On the Record dinner, held in person at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus for the first time since 2019. Fordham graduate Mike Breen, FCRH ’83, the lead voice for the NBA on ESPN and ABC, …