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

Research Profile: Understanding Family-Work Synergy in the 21st Century

by Maylee Sands The work and home life balance is a topic many researchers are eager to study, with the two worlds often framed as a dichotomy: work and home in conflict with one another. On the basis of Erikson’s Psychosocial Stage theory, however, this conflict can be seen as damaging and lead to stagnation. Recent research at Fordham University … More Research Profile: Understanding Family-Work Synergy in the 21st Century