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Areas of Study
Areas of Study, Faculty, Marketing, Stories | Sep 22, 2011 |

Gabelli students teach professor a lesson in marketing

Beth Egan, a Gabelli adjunct professor, published a great column on the advertising/marketing industry web site Adotas.com about how her Fordham students taught her a great deal about marketing to today’s teenagers and college students. “I entered Duane 351 at Fordham …

Alumni
Alumni, Areas of Study, Featured Events, Global, Stories | Sep 21, 2011 |

Gabelli alumni invited to global healthcare event

Alumni who are interested in innovative solutions to the global challenges of healthcare delivery are encouraged to attend an event sponsored by the Global Healthcare Innovation Management Center — one of Fordham’s faculty-led research centers that contributes to the international …

Success Stories
Success Stories | Sep 19, 2011 |

Success story: Internship with Major League Baseball

This is the first in a series of many “success stories” about Gabelli students who receive internships and full-time job offers. We plan to report them to you as students receive the news. Our inaugural story is about Gabelli junior …

Featured Events
Featured Events | Sep 19, 2011 |

T-shirts. Chicken fingers. Questions, answered. It’s Town Hall!

Dean Rapaccioli always wants to hear students’ ideas and comments, but she sets up a group gathering for it twice a year. One of these is coming up — the fall Town Hall will be on Thursday, September 29, at …

Stories
Stories | Sep 16, 2011 |

Gabelli junior’s business project hits big on the Internet

When Mark Zuckerberg wrote the lines of code that would become Facebook, he wasn’t intending to change the way the world communicates — he was just having fun, chasing an idea. The giant ripples in the pool came later. Gabelli …

Areas of Study
Areas of Study, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Society, Student Organizations & Clubs | Sep 16, 2011 |

Develop your entrepreneurial idea with Fordham’s help

Gabelli students and alumni are once again invited to participate in the Fordham Accelerator for Business, an intensive graduate-school-run program designed to help prepare entrepreneurs to launch or build their businesses. The FAB program, as it is becoming known (and …

Accounting
Accounting, Beta Alpha Psi, Featured Events | Sep 16, 2011 |

PwC says it’s time to get xTreme!

PwC wants you to be ready for the 2011 xTreme Games! In business, theory is executed in real time. Decisions have consequences. Communication is key. Collaborative, team-oriented thinking is a must. The same holds true in the xTREME Games, PwC’s …

Stories
Stories | Sep 15, 2011 |

HughesNews: Views from the inside

Welcome to the inaugural installment of HughesNews, where we will bring you ongoing updates about the progress of construction over at Hughes Hall, the soon-to-be home of the Gabelli School of Business! We will follow this project as an expert …

Areas of Study
Areas of Study, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Society, Faculty, Stories, Student Organizations & Clubs | Sep 15, 2011 |

Exploring the mind of the female entrepreneur

The most recent edition of Inside Fordham includes a question-and-answer session with Christine Janssen-Selvadurai, one of Fordham’s faculty experts on entrepreneurship — not to mention the trusted adviser to the Gabelli School’s Entrepreneurship Society and a driving force behind TrepCon, …

Areas of Study
Areas of Study, Featured Events, Finance, Global | Sep 14, 2011 |

Worried about the U.S. debt? So are we. Let’s talk it out.

Few topics concern Americans more today than the United States’ debt. In 2003, we had a surplus. Since then, it’s been downhill — the public debt has increased by more than $500 billion each year since fiscal year 2003, with increases of $1 trillion …

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