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Professor Strives to Make Business a Force for Good

The 2008 economic crisis exposed sobering truths about how
the American financial system needs to be overhauled, according to
Michael Pirson, Ph.D., assistant professor of management systems
in the Graduate School of Business Administration.


Not Just for Art’s Sake:
Professor Considers What Art Can Do in the World

While many people may not know the name Robert Smithson, they are probably familiar with his most famous work of art, Spiral Jetty (1970), a 1,500-foot coil of sand, basalt rocks and precipitated salt crystals that curls into Utah’s Great Salt Lake.
MSpiral Jetty was created through a massive altering and rearranging of natural elements, but as noted by Jo Anna Isaak, Ph.D., professor and chair in the Department of Art History, it has played an important role in protecting that same natural environment.


Tennis Anyone?
New Coach Nets Top Talent for 2011-2012 Team

When the new head tennis coach, Cory Hubbard, visited Rose Hill for the first time, he had an inkling that Fordham was a “sleeping giant.”



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