No Child Left Behind: A Comparative Study of Child Refugee Education Policies in Europe

Last spring, Monica Olveira, a senior majoring in International Political Economy, received a grant through Fordham’s Tobin Travel Fellowship to do research abroad. Having worked with the United Nations and UNICEF, as well as having interests in refugees and children, she decided to focus her research on the education of child refugees in European countries. … More No Child Left Behind: A Comparative Study of Child Refugee Education Policies in Europe

Fordham Theology: A Look at the Unexpected

Initially, it is hard to see the connection between the literary and visual arts representation of the HIV/AIDS crisis in contemporary French film and the rigid and highly organized life that Benedictine monks developed in the middle ages. For Dr. Kris Trujillo it is easy. It is all a part of his natural educational progression … More Fordham Theology: A Look at the Unexpected

Research Profile: Resiliency in Young-Adult Cancer Survivors

Dr. Mary Procidano, clinical psychologist and associate professor, is on the forefront of the latest psychology research, focusing on contemporary culture and influences on human development. Her research, Motherworks, investigates working mother’s collaboration between work and home life and behaviors that exhibit their resilient development. In addition to Motherworks, Dr. Procidano is working with Fordham … More Research Profile: Resiliency in Young-Adult Cancer Survivors

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