Caregiver Cares for Herself and Family
Maria Palombo, a nursing major who worked at Student Health Services-Metro and played Division I soccer, isn't the only Palombo graduating this year -- three of her brothers will too.
FDU-Vancouver Graduates Largest Class Yet
Student Pinnacle Award-winner Ronaldo Martins graduates from FDU-Vancouver on May 1, 2013. (Photos by Lynda Kuit)
Earlier this month, 191 students from 25 countries became the newest FDU-Vancouver alumni!
International Grads Realize American Dream
South African student Nelvia Rawheath (left) stands with her fellow Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority sisters. The international transplant graduates at the University's 70th Commencement on May 21, 2013. (Photo courtesy of Rawheath)
Nelvia Rawheath of South Africa and Ivar Murd of Estonia are about to savor a monumental, global moment: FDU graduation!
Approximately 2,500 graduates will receive their doctorate, master's, bachelor's, and associate degrees on Tuesday, May 21 at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, N.J. Nobel Peace Prize-winner and anti-landmine activist Jody Williams will serve as this year's commencement speaker.
Sheldon Drucker Named FDU's 7th President
(April 23, 2013) Sheldon Drucker, Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Chief Operating Officer and current Interim President, has been named the University’s seventh president, effective immediately. Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Board of Trustees announced the appointment today. Drucker succeeds J. Michael Adams, who passed away after serving the University for 12 years.
Herenda Takes Helm of Knights Men's Basketball
The Knights have hired Greg Herenda as men's basketball coach. A native of nearby North Bergen, NJ, he posted a 95-54 record at UMASS-Lowell the last five seasons.
Avaltroni Named Dean of School of Pharmacy
Michael J. Avaltroni, a distinguished teacher and scholar with diverse and extensive experience in higher education and more than 10 years of dedicated service at Fairleigh Dickinson University, has been named Dean of FDU’s School of Pharmacy.
Fall and Spring aren't the only semesters: Great courses are offered every summer at Fairleigh Dickinson University. There are programs for ages from first grade to retirees; courses offered in the evening for those whose summer days are already full; programs and courses in several summer sessions to accommodate work or vacation plans.