Kelly Davis, MBA ’18, had her career all set. A 2012 graduate of the biology program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, she had been accepted to medical school and was ready to begin studying to be a doctor.
The Gabelli School’s Class of 2020, new to Fordham and some new to New York City, got a taste on Monday of the hopes that the school community has for them and the support they will have as they pursue their dreams.
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 …
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.
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.