How To Win A $500 Delta Airlines Gift Card

The International Business Week Video Competition is quickly approaching and this year you could win a $500 Delta Airlines gift card. All you have to do is submit your own original 30 to 90-second video with an international theme. Don’t know how to make a professional quality video or haven’t mastered Final Cut Pro? No […]


Talking with … Juelly Lichtmann

Welcome to the newest installment of “Talking with,” a series that lets you get to know the Gabelli School faculty and staff a little better. Meet Juelly Lichtmann, assistant director of finance and administration. How long have you worked at the Gabelli School of Business? 28 1/2 years. What’s the best part of your workday? […]


Get to know the Boren Awards — it could be worth $20K!

What are the Boren Awards? The Boren Awards are scholarships and fellowships that provide winning students with up to $20,000 toward a study-abroad program. Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to apply to this competitive program. What programs can Boren Awards be applied toward? A Boren Award can be applied to any study-abroad program in […]


Former Treasury head Robert Rubin speaks to students

by Mary Awad The former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury said the nation is in better shape that it was during the 2008 recession and that the economy has great potential for growth. Robert Rubin, who served as treasury secretary during the Clinton administration, said he “would invest in the United States over any other country […]


What your clothing labels say about your ethics

Next time you see a pair of $8 jeans on a rack, take a moment to think about how they got there—and how exactly they are $8. This was one of the questions posed by Jordan Catalana, BS ’14, one of the panelists at the Fair Trade Club’s recent panel discussion on sustainability in the fashion industry. […]


New course tackles “wicked problems” with design approach

Change is great. Right?  We should know — we experience it every day. New innovations, new technologies, new companies. But all of these great things can bring challenges, too. Ramifications for the environment, changes in people, shifts in culture. Overcoming these challenges can benefit from “design thinking.” What’s design thinking? It’s a specific mode of problem-solving […]


Venture capital grows in the East — including New York

If you think only of Silicon Valley when you think about venture capital, think again. Andrew Buemi, FCRH ’11, visited a recent Alternative Investment Club meeting to offer his perspective as a young VC professional right here in New York City — at ff Venture Capital, where he is the communications director. ff Venture Capital is […]

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Recruiting season opens with annual fall career fair

Perfect weather and sunshine set the scene on Wednesday, October 5, as Fordham students of all different ages gathered for the university’s fall Career and Internship Fair at the Rose Hill campus. More than 100 companies and organizations had tables lined up at the Lombardi Fieldhouse, representing an array of fields for all of those who attended the fair. […]


Talking with … Navid Asgari

This week’s “Talking with …” brings us to the management systems area, where we get to know Assistant Professor Navid Asgari. Why did you choose the Gabelli School as a home base for your research and teaching? Fordham’s mission of educating students for a humane and just world was very appealing. Further, I found the […]