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Global
Global | Dec 21, 2016 |

Following in the footsteps of St. Ignatius—literally

By Casey Shenloogian Photos by Nurrani Alli Note: This story was originally published in the Fordham Newsroom and was re-published here on GabelliConnect. In 1522, St. Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus, embarked on a journey from Spain’s Basque …

Announcements
Announcements | Jun 28, 2016 |

New marketing concentrations, courses for growth fields

To keep pace with industry growth, the Gabelli School of Business marketing area has introduced three new courses and three new secondary concentrations for undergraduate students. Sertan Kabadayi, associate professor and area chair of marketing, said the changes were born …

Featured Events
Featured Events | Apr 07, 2016 |

April 12 panel to address empathy, humility in leadership

It’s a common belief that business leaders must be ruthless, focused only on shareholder optimization and profit, but a growing movement in commerce seeks to dispel that notion. Leaders, say those who advocate for a new approach, can succeed with …

Announcements
Announcements | Aug 12, 2015 |

Beta Alpha Psi wins national ethics award

Fordham’s Beta Alpha Psi chapter won a national award this month in the Grant Thornton Ethics in Business Competition. Seven students—Melanie Faulk, Archibald King, Rachel Cho, Katherine Alexanderson, Michael Hickey, Maggie Wang and Jake Candelaria—were awarded a plaque and $2,500 during …

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