New marketing concentrations, courses for growth fields

To keep pace with industry growth, the Gabelli School of Business marketing area has introduced three new courses and three new secondary concentrations for undergraduate students. Sertan Kabadayi, associate professor and area chair of marketing, said the changes were born of a desire to help students develop needed skills and be more competitive in the […]

High school students taking part in the Gabelli School's first NYC Business Insider program listen to a presentation at PVH.

High school students explore business, education at Fordham

High school is a time to explore options for careers and college choices, and a group of 40 juniors and seniors recently had a chance to jump start that exploration during the Gabelli School of Business’ first New York City Business Insider program. Billed as a chance for high school students “to experience New York City […]

Paul McNelis, S.J., Robert Bendheim Chair in Economic and Financial Policy

McNelis: ‘Little to no’ reason not to approve free-trade pact

Calling political and union opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership pact shortsighted, a Gabelli School of Business professor says there is “little to no” reason for the agreement not to be ratified by Congress. Paul McNelis, S.J., the Robert Bendheim Chair in Economic and Financial Policy at Fordham, argues in a column published in America, the […]

Rachel Clivaz, BS '18

Success Story: Student joins intensive finance program

For four weeks this summer, 30 college-age women learned from some of the finest academic and professional minds in finance. A Gabelli School student was among them. Rachel Clivaz, BS ’18, was selected for the inaugural class of Girls Who Invest, a nonprofit seeking to groom women to become the next leaders in asset management. Launched in […]

Chris Bullard, MBA '17

Success Story: MBA student working with impact investor

By GabelliConnect A Fordham MBA student is working at Acumen as a summer associate, helping to change the way the world tackles poverty. Chris Bullard, MBA ’17, will help to scale up businesses in developing countries that are directed at serving people in extreme need. Headquartered in New York City with offices around the globe, Acumen is […]

Paul Cimino, tech entrepreneur and data strategist, talks to members of the Fordham University CIO Roundtable on Friday, June 24, 2016.

‘Stalker ads’ driving internet advertising, data strategist says

Do you ever feel as if the internet is following you? It is — at least some segments of it. Ads on Facebook and other websites will appear freakishly fast after a related Google search and stay in your line of vision until you start to search for something else. Some people call them “stalker ads,” said […]

Representatives from PRME Champion schools gather at Fordham University on Friday, June 24, 2016.

Sustainability education gets boost at Fordham meeting

Changing the culture of global business to one that embraces sustainability principles depends in part on a generational change in leadership. Making sure that next generation of business leaders is well-versed in social innovation is one of the goals of representatives from universities from around the world who gathered at Fordham University on Friday. The […]

James R. Lothian

Lothian: ‘Brexit’ economic doom scenarios ‘nonsense’

Tomorrow, voters in Great Britain go to the polls to vote on one of the most globally contentious economic and political issues of 2016: Whether or not the British should leave the European Union. At the heart of the closely watched vote are a plethora of issues, from immigration to sovereignty, with pundits and politicians […]


MBA, EMBA, MS alums gather for Gabelli School reunion

By Eric Askins More than 300 alumni of the Gabelli School master’s programs — now working at companies from Moody’s to the Discovery Channel to Major League Soccer — returned to the Lincoln Center campus last week for a reunion. This was the second year for this event, which was open to graduates of the […]