A 2021 Anomaly: A Balanced Budget
The one-year anniversary of COVID-19 is quickly approaching, and the myriad calls for new business models, innovation, and the urgent need for academic programmatic change to address the budget realities facing institutions of higher education continue to be overwhelming.
It is hard to overestimate the physical, emotional, and spiritual toll that the COVID-19 pandemic has exacted upon our students, faculty, and staff, and their families, since March 2020.
Fordham by the numbers
Fordham’s nine undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools are deeply rooted in the Jesuit tradition of teaching and scholarship.
Colleges with the Highest Student-Mobility Rates– The Chronicle of Higher Education
Deterring Authoritarian Populism:
Imperatives for Higher Ed
Witnessing an insurrection and attempted coup at the U.S. Capitol brought outrage, profound soul-searching, and long-overdue reckonings to all believers in democracy.
Glancing Back at 2020
Year in Review
Fordham University accomplished a lot last year despite the pandemic–and that’s worth celebrating.