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Featured News, Future of Business Education, Gabelli100 | Oct 09, 2020 |

Academia and Industry: Working Together to Enrich Business Education

By Claire Curry Partnerships between universities and industries yield many mutual benefits. They provide students with opportunities to put knowledge into practice and at the same time offer companies access to new pools of talent. Panelists at the Gabelli School’s …

Accounting
Accounting, Featured News, Undergraduate | Sep 09, 2020 |

Gabelli School Recognized by Best Accounting Software

Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business earned a spot as #3 among the Top 50 Colleges in Best Accounting Software for BAs in accountancy based on the median earnings of graduates. Using the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard tool, …

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Featured News | Aug 14, 2020 |

Michael Gelb Named Center for Humanistic Management Senior Fellow

Michael J. Gelb has been named a senior fellow of the Center for Humanistic Management at the Gabelli School of Business and will serve on the advisory board of the Gabelli School’s Leading People & Organizations area.  Professor Michael Pirson, …

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Featured News, Interviews | Aug 03, 2020 |

Focus on the Structural Inequity, Not Interpersonal Racism, Says Gabelli School’s Clarence Ball

Of all the honors a business professor might snag, an Emmy would seem to be one of the least likely. But Clarence Ball III did just that in 2014 when he won one for the documentary “Looking Over Jordan: African Americans and …

Announcements
Announcements, Featured News | Jul 22, 2020 |

Gabelli School Executive MBA Ranked #1 for Gender Balance, The Economist WhichMBA2020

The year 2020 marks 100 years since the institution of the 19th constitutional amendment granting women the right to vote, as well as 100 years of the Gabelli School of Business.

Faculty
Faculty, Featured News | Jul 16, 2020 |

An error in how the unemployment rate was calculated means we should be more worried than we already are

Written by John D. Finnerty This essay was published in Fortune on July, 16 2020. Click Here to Read it. The U.S. headline unemployment rate dropped from 13.3% in May to 11.1% in June. This is very good news. Coming on the heels …

Announcements
Announcements, Featured News | May 05, 2020 |

The Gabelli School of Business Launches #GabelliConnected

Although we can’t physically be together to learn and enjoy one another’s company at this time, the Gabelli School community has creatively repurposed digital learning tools to foster positivity through remote connectedness. The Gabelli School of Business is seizing an …

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Featured News, Gabelli100 | Dec 16, 2019 |

Meet Fordham’s 2019 University Innovation Fellows

With purpose-driven business and sustainability at the forefront of how corporations approach social and environmental change, business schools are paving the way for students to approach global challenges with an entrepreneurial mindset. Through partnerships with social innovation programs and fellowships, …

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Featured News | Nov 25, 2019 |

Gabelli School Recognized in Poets&Quants Top 50

Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business earned a place among the Top 50 MBA programs in the 2019-2020 Poets&Quants US MBA rankings – earning a spot at #50, moving up six places from last year. The tenth annual Poets&Quants list combines the latest five most …

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Featured News, Gabelli100 | Sep 26, 2019 |

In Overseas Trip, MBA Students Work for Greater Good

This fall, 53 students from 20 countries reported to Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus to earn an M.B.A. at the Gabelli School of Business. But before buckling down on courses such as Economic Analysis and Fundamentals of Accounting, a 5,300-mile detour to …

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