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September 24, 2007 • Volume 30, No. 2

GBA Adds Office Space in
Midtown Manhattan, Creates Trading Floor

Fordham University’s Graduate School of Business Administration (GBA) has acquired 8,500 square feet of space in a building at 1790 Broadway near 58th Street in midtown Manhattan that now houses more than two dozen faculty offices and features a financial trading floor for students.

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Engineering Degree Program Established

Fordham University now has an engineering program all its own.

For years, Fordham has offered undergraduate students interested in engineering a 3-2 program, completing their physics coursework at the University in three years and then adding two additional years at Columbia or Case Western Reserve universities. The result is two bachelor’s degrees: one from Fordham in physics and a second from Columbia or Case Western in engineering.

This semester, however, Fordham College at Rose Hill students began enrolling in formal courses leading to a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics.

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Father Cecero Appointed Rector of Spellman Hall

John Cecero, S.J., Ph.D., associate professor of psychology, has been appointed rector of Fordham University’s Jesuit residence, succeeding Vincent Duminuco, S.J., Ph.D., who served in the position since 2001.

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Website on All Things Related to Hispanic Pastoral Ministry Launched at Fordham

Fordham Teams Up with NYPD on Summer Youth Explorers Program

Freshmen Discuss Conscience, War and Peace with Father Berrigan

University Seeking Buyer for Marymount Campus

Women’s Soccer Coach’s Drive to Win, Prepare Players for Success On and Off the Field, Draws Praise from Peers

Sapientia et Doctrina: One Though Many

Molecular Biologist Explores the Complex Genetics of Fruit Flies

Fordham Art Historian Studies Medieval Depictions of Judaism and Christianity

Legal Scholar’s Research Uncovers ‘Cruel and Unusual’ Nature of Administering Lethal Injections

Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines

Professor Founds
Organization to
Help Ill and Dying

Partners in Healing and GRE Sponsor Forum at Fordham

In 1990, one month before Beverly Musgrave, Ph.D., was to complete an oral defense of her doctoral dissertation, she was diagnosed with ventricular tachycardia, an irregular heartbeat that can lead to sudden death. Her doctors told her that she might not survive her night in the hospital.

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