Devils Women's Basketball Plays in NCAA
The Devils women's basketball team plays Wells College Express, with home court advantage, in the first round of the NCAA DIII tournament at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 7! Watch here:
United Nations Events Scheduled
This spring, a variety of United Nations events are being offered for the University community.
Black History Month Celebrated
In commemoration of Black History Month, FDU’s New Jersey campuses held a variety events including a special book display, movie viewings, a mental-health symposium and an award ceremony.
Building a Future, Learning a Past in Ecuador
College at Florham students volunteered in the rainforest village of Yunganza, Ecuador for two weeks over winter break. Putting finishing touches on the new community center are students (L to R) Gina Giurastante, Gina Partite, Ashley Vieira, Meghan Barrios and Antoinette Merola. (Photographs by Jas Verem)
Deep in the Ecuadorian rainforest, students spent part of winter break building a community center for the indigenous Shuar people and teaching English to schoolchildren in Limon.
Partnership in Brazil
The Institute of International Education (IIE) has selected Fairleigh Dickinson University and 15 other U.S. colleges and universities for the 2013–2014 Brazil initiative of IIE’s International Academic Partnership Program (IAPP).
Kevin Celisca Ventures Across the World
Kevin Celisca soaks in the scenery on his first service trip, volunteering at the Navajo Nation and traveling to the Grand Canyon. (Photo by Jaclyn Chua) Working hard with Habitat for Humanity, he helps rebuild a house in West Virginia on his second alternative break trip through FDU. (Photo by Ashley Eevardi)
Student Kevin Celisca participated in three alternative spring/winter break trips, studied abroad at Wroxton College, embarked on a semester in Bergamo, Italy, and will teach English in China this summer. He's a busy man.
Grants and Gifts Announced
FDU benefactor Peggy Jack.
Grants and gifts supporting veterans, nursing and chemistry students and students with Asperger’s syndrome, as well as support for scholarships, a sustainability conference for high-school students and the Technical Enrichment Outreach Program (TEOP), are among the recent updates from the Office of University Advancement.
Winter Session Overseas
FDU students traveled to Belize, Ecuador and Wroxton College in England during the winter break.
A variety of facilities improvements were accomplished on the New Jersey campuses over the winter break.
Around the World with Global Scholar TaeHoon Kim
Devoted to the Metropolitan Campus community, Australian native TaeHoon Kim's first love is the Global Scholars Program.
NJ Assembly Issues Proclamation Congratulating FDU
The proclamation presented by Assemblyman Gordon Johnson of New Jersey's 37th District recognizes the historic partnership FDU and Bergen Community College recently forged to continue keeping education affordable.