NICHOLAS TAMPIO: RESERVATIONS ABOUT THE COMMON CORE

Associate Professor of Political Science at Fordham University Nicholas Tampio researches succession of Enlightenment philosophe ideologies and their effect on contemporary politics and philosophy. Tampio acquired his PhD from Johns Hopkins University and quickly delved into education policy after the implementation of the Common Core in 2012, which was sponsored by the National Governors Association … More NICHOLAS TAMPIO: RESERVATIONS ABOUT THE COMMON CORE

Homage to a Forgotten Revolutionary

Dr. Amy Beth Aronson, a Fordham University professor of journalism and media studies, is in the process of publishing a biography about suffragist Crystal Eastman entitled, The Forgotten Revolutionary. Having acquired her Bachelor of Arts in English literature from Princeton University and a Doctor of Philosophy in American Literature and Culture Studies from Columbia University, … More Homage to a Forgotten Revolutionary

Professor Clare Huntington, A Legal Advocate for Family Development in America

Professor Clare Huntington Professor Clare Huntington, a Fordham Legislation and Regulation professor, focuses on poverty and family law. A graduate of Columbia University, Professor Huntington has previously been employed by the U.S Department of Justice and  has taught at a number of prolific universities, including Columbia University, University of Colorado Law School and now, Fordham … More Professor Clare Huntington, A Legal Advocate for Family Development in America