Scientist's Passion for Plants Leads to Study of Green Roofs
A chance encounter with J. Alan Clark, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, led Chelsea Butcher, newly-minted Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, to study at Fordham University. Her research on green roofs allowed her to track the movement of pollen in urban habitats.
Forever a Ram: Fordham Celebrates the Faithful Career of an 'Iconic' Theologian
One of Fordham’s cherished and highly regarded faculty member, Sister Elizabeth Johnson, C.S.J., sat down, ahead of her retirement, with Father James Martin, S.J., editor at large of America magazine, for a retrospective on her prolific career.
The 2018 Spring McGinley Lecture Illuminates Imitation in the Image of God
Father Patrick Ryan, S.J., the Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society at Fordham; Rabbi Daniel Polish; and Zaki Saritoprak continued the series’ tradition of “trialogue” between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, honing in on the unexpected meanings behind conformity in religious communities.
Alumni Spotlight: T. Dessa Glasser Shares the Secrets of Lifelong Learning
T. Dessa Glasser, Ph.D., GSAS ‘86 and member of the GSAS Dean's Leadership Committee, offers lessons from her prolific career in public and corporate financial industries, which inform her service on the University’s Lifelong Learning Task Force.