Dr. Matsuda Goodwin and the Primatology Research Methods of Today

When envisioning a primatologist, most people conjure up the amusing image of Jane Goodall somewhere in eastern Africa with an endearing chimpanzee on her shoulder. The reality of conducting primatology research, as experienced by Fordham’s Reiko Matsuda Goodwin, Ph.D., is often much more demanding. This past December, she and a team of fellow primate researchers … More Dr. Matsuda Goodwin and the Primatology Research Methods of Today

How Fordham students donation habits vary across social media platforms

Over the course of her academic career at Fordham, recent graduate of 2018 Lily Patterson worked several internships at two different nonprofit companies. During her time as an intern, she observed a key difference between the two companies concerning their use of social media. According to Patterson, the larger and more established nonprofit was “present … More How Fordham students donation habits vary across social media platforms

A History of the Intersection between Music and Science

Eric Bianchi, PhD, is an associate professor of music history at Fordham University. His main area of study is the intersection of music and science, mostly in the 17th and 18th centuries. According to Bianchi, music in the 17th century was considered to be a type of math, instead of art. While this connection between … More A History of the Intersection between Music and Science