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March 31, 2008 • Volume 30, No. 13

Author Higgins Clark Says
Fordham Boosted Confidence

Author Mary Higgins Clark (FCLC ’79) told a crowd of roughly 300 fans and admirers that her Fordham education, which she undertook after some success as a writer, helped sharpen her literary skills and build self-confidence.

The internationally renowned best-selling author, known as the “Queen of Suspense,” lectured Tuesday, March 4 on “Life After Fordham” as part of the United Student Government’s Fordham Week celebration

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CBA Surges in BusinessWeek Rankings

Fordham University’s College of Business Administration (CBA) has climbed seven places in BusinessWeek magazine’s annual ranking of undergraduate programs, to No. 27 nationally.

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Foundation Grants
$2 Million to Fund Law Building, Moot Courtroom

The Gorman Foundation has announced it will donate $2 million to help fund a new Fordham Law building and establish the Owen T. Gorman Moot Courtroom. The family foundation, named for the late Alice M. and Owen T. Gorman, LAW ’29, is located in Sherrill, N.Y., and was established in January 2003 with a bequest from Alice M. Gorman.

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Longtime Employees Honored at Annual Convocation

Noise Expert Says Government and Citizens
Must Insist on Anti-Noise Methods

Scholar Explores the Irish Influence
on New York Catholicism

Panelists Give Voice to the Power of Peace

Women Should Learn the History of
Racial Wealth Divide, Social Activist Says

Women’s Choirs in Late Antiquity Offered
More than Just Hymns, Scholar Says

Sapientia et Doctrina: The New Face of Eminent Domain

Law Professor Shines a Light on Privacy Violations in the Information Age

Scholar Says Business Ethics Begins with a Moral Self

Qin Gao on China: As Sleeping Giant Awakes,
Social Problems Loom

Inside Fordham Staff and Submission Deadlines

Conference Brings Knowledge, Inspiration to Teachers

FPrimatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall told a roomful of eduators that their occupation was the highest calling, and that they can look to her program, Roots & Shoots, to help students achieve their highest potential.

]Goodall delivered the keynote address at the third-annual Teaching & Learning Celebration, a professional-development conference on March 7-8 and co-sponsored by Fordham’s Graduate School of Education (GSE) and public television stations Thirteen/WNET and WLIW 21, among others businesses.

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