Open Position: Communications Officer with Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs

The Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs (IIHA) is a university-wide center that reports directly to the President of Fordham University. By incorporating the academic rigor and intellectual standard of Fordham University with the experience and expertise of humanitarian aid and development agencies in the field, we endeavor to advance the methods and framework by which humanitarian workers operate. As such,… Read more »

Adobe’s newest contest: Hack to School is live!

We’re inviting any and all college students worldwide to submit their best “college hack” in a short 30-90 second video! These videos can range anywhere from food to fashion, from technology to travel. (e.g. how to spice up your 25-cent ramen noodles, how to book a cheap flight back home, how to decorate your dorm room, etc.) The more creative,… Read more »

Fordham American Studies Presents: Voter Participation and Voter Suppression

Wednesday, October 26th: On Voter Participation and Voter Suppression” — a conversation with Francis Fox Piven, Ari Berman, and Zachary Roth 7:00-9:00pm | Fordham University, Lincoln Center, Lowenstein Hall, 12th Floor Corrigan Lounge, 113 W. 60th Street, New York, NY 100233 Admission is free. Open to the public. _________________ Who gets to vote? And then, who does vote? These two… Read more »

Join us in honoring Lesley Stahl and Brent Musburger

Join us as we present two awards named for FUV alumni who have become broadcasting legends: Vin Scully, FCRH ’49, who will call his last game for the Los Angeles Dodgers this fall, and Charles Osgood, FCRH ’54, who is signing off as anchor of CBS’ Sunday Morning. HONORING: LESLEY STAHL Charles Osgood Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism BRENT… Read more »

Glam Rock: A Conversation with Simon Reynolds (10/17 at 4:30 PM)

Learn about the history of glam rock! The talk is timed with the release of his new book Shock and Awe: Glam Rock and Its Legacy, from the Seventies to the Twenty-First Century (HarperCollins, 2012). There will be a reception after the event. Click the flier for more info!

Morgan Vazquez: A Spirited Mentor

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Alumna Spotlight: Morgan Vazquez Morgan Vazquez, FCRH ’13, hasn’t missed a Fordham home football game in four years. She even builds her schedule around the team’s calendar. But Vazquez doesn’t just have school spirit—she embodies the Fordham spirit of being a woman for others… Click here to read more about one of our most dedicated alumna, Morgan Vazquez!

Boren Awards Information Session: Oct 4 @ 1pm

BOREN AWARDS INFORMATION SESSION Lincoln Center | Lowenstein 915 Tuesday, October 4 | 1pm – 2pm Boren Awards allow U.S. students to study in world regions critical to U.S. interests, and underrepresented in study abroad, including Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Boren Scholarships provide undergraduate students up to $20,000, and Boren Fellowships… Read more »

Internship Opportunity: PIRG Fellowships Application Deadline (Oct. 3rd)

U.S. PIRG FELLOW Early application deadline: Monday, Oct. 3rd Apply online today Who We’re Looking For Do you think the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms makes no sense? Is overturning Citizens United one of the most important things we can do to put regular Americans back in the driver’s seat of our democracy? Do we need to go above… Read more »

Upcoming Event: Communication as a Vocation: At the Intersection of Media, Faith, and Culture

The Paulist Press and the Fordham University Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education present Communication as a Vocation: At the Intersection of Media, Faith, and Culture Join us for this daylong conference that will bring together media professionals from broadcasting, publishing, and the performing arts. Please click the flier for more information and RSVP! This event is free and… Read more »

Award-Winning Scholar & Activist Jackson Kats Speaking at Fordham!

American Studies has put together an event series on the 2016 election and it kicks off next Thursday, 9/29, with the scholar-activist-filmmaker Jackson Katz. (  He’ll be giving a richly-illustrated multimedia presentation called Man Enough? Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and the Politics of Presidential Masculinity.  It’s all about the role of white male identity politics in this election. Katz is based… Read more »