The EMBA Class of 2017 at Lincoln Center.

2018 EMBA class at Lincoln Center: By the numbers

The Gabelli School of Business has welcomed its Executive MBA Class of 2018 at Lincoln Center. Here is a snapshot of the class, by the numbers, along with some background on the students: Total number of students – 37 Average age – 34 Percent male – 60 Percent female – 40 Sample undergraduate institutions in cohort Baruch, […]

The electronic-trading floor is located on the first floor of the new home of the Gabelli School of Business at Lincoln Center. (Photo by John Schoonejongen)

Gabelli School opens new space at Lincoln Center

By Patrick Verel and Claire Curry The Gabelli School of Business has a new address on Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus with the reopening of 140 West 62nd Street, the building that housed Fordham Law School for more than five decades. The four-story structure opened its doors in late July after a $70-million renovation that transformed […]

Claire DiCiuccio, BS '17, discusses the United Kingdom visa process in a video produced by the U.K. Consulate.

Gabelli student shares visa insights in U.K. consulate video

One of the writers of a student-produced guide for Fordham University students holding internships at KPMG U.K. during a semester at the university’s London campus has a new gig explaining visa procedures for a larger audience. Claire DiCiuccio, BS ’17, is the featured speaker in a video produced by the United Kingdom’s consulate, detailing the country’s […]

Maurizio Viselli, BS '17

‘European perspective’ key to student’s internship in Italy

By Claire Curry An invitation to a new co-worker’s wedding in southern Italy was an unexpected perk of Maurizio Viselli’s summer internship in the Rome office of PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Viselli, BS ’17, an applied accounting and finance major, said that compared with American weddings, there was no dancing but far more dining, with endless courses served […]


Professor explores the economics of bad-mouthing a company

Negative word-of-mouth information can affect a company’s bottom line, but whom that information is shared with can determine just how much damage is done, according to a new paper co-written by a Fordham assistant professor of marketing. Mohammad Nejad, in partnership with two University of Memphis professors, found that the spread of negative information in […]

Rose Kirk, president of the Verizon Foundation, speaks to students in the Summer Technology and Entrepreneurship Immersion Program, held at Fordham University this summer.

High school students discover ‘a better way to learn’

As the students in Verizon’s Summer Technology and Entrepreneurship Immersion Program engaged in a series of enunciation exercises with Gabelli School of Business faculty member Clarence Ball, the president of the foundation that made the program possible stood to the side in the classroom and smiled. Beginning with tongue-twisters such as “Unique New York, New York […]

The 2016 collaborative Master of Science in Global Finance class gathers for a group picture during its closing ceremony on Friday, July 29, 2016.

Global finance MS students wrap their time at Fordham

Here is a look at the 2016 Collaborative MS in Global Finance program by the numbers: 65 students 10 partner schools 8 countries 11 Fordham University professors These facts and figures took center stage last week as students concluded the intensive three- or six-week terms they spent on campus at the Gabelli School at Lincoln Center. […]

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 […]