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November 5, 2007 • Volume 30, No. 5

Tognino Family Makes $3.5 Million Gift to Fordham

John N. and Norma Tognino have made a $3.5 million gift to the University, and the Great Hall at Duane Library on the Rose Hill campus has been renamed in their honor, the University announced on Oct. 11.

“John and Norma Tognino’s longstanding service and generosity to Fordham have been nothing short of remarkable,” said Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham University.

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$1 Million Grant Funds Study of HIV Patients

Fordham University has been awarded a $1 million grant by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to identify sociocultural barriers that interfere with the ability of Hispanic HIV-positive patients in New York City to take their HIV medications.

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Five Faculty Members Win National Jesuit Book Award

Five Fordham University faculty members have won 2007 National Jesuit Book Awards given out by Alpha Sigma Nu and the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities.

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Fordham Sociologist Makes List of 100
Most Influential Hispanics in the Nation

Governor Spitzer Delivers Policy Address to Packed
Audience at Fordham

Alumnus Addresses Issue of ‘Radical Evil’ in
Post-Secular World

Career Week Gives CBA Students
Direct Access to Alumni and Business Executives

Scholar Stresses Importance of Client
and Therapist Relationship in Treatment

Sapientia et Doctrina: Sputnik and American Nostalgia

Drawing On Her Own Experience,
Researcher Examines the Lives of Immigrant Girls

Physicist Studies Nature of Quantum Mechanics and the Submicroscopic World of ‘Qubits’

University Establishes Computational Physics Lab

Education Scholar Provides Teachers with Latest Knowledge on Bilingual Education

Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines

Museum to be Established at Walsh Library

New Collection
Will Feature
Greek, Etruscan,
Roman Art

Fordham University has received the largest gift of art in its history and is creating a museum in the William D. Walsh Family Library to house the collection.

The Fordham Museum of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Art, to be dedicated on Dec. 6, will house what had been the collection of alumnus William D. Walsh (FCRH ’51). Walsh, founder and general partner of Sequoia Associates and a longtime benefactor of the University, donated the collection to Fordham in the spring.

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