Doctoral Student Awarded Ford Foundation Fellowship for Research on Black Theologian
Paul Daniels, a second-year doctoral student in Fordham's theology program, received a prestigious award for his research on how lessons from a prominent 20th-century Black theologian and civil rights activist can be applied to contemporary life.
Giulia Crisanti, GSAS ’2021: Examining the Role of ‘Glocalization’
Guiliani Crisanti, newly-minted Ph.D. in history, dissertation titled, “Europeans are Lovin it? Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and the Challenges to American Global Businesses in Italy and France, 1886-2015" goal is to refute widely held assumptions that American corporations have succeeded in promoting uniquely “American” products around the world.
Celebrating ‘Breadth and Depth’ of Fordham Faculty Research
From examining migration crises to expanding access to cybersecurity education, from exploring the history of Jews in New York to understanding how people deal with uncertainty, the work of Fordham faculty was highlighted during a Research Day celebration.