We live in an era where many of us cross borders by land, sea or air. Our four guests: a law professor, a lawyer and two experts in multi-cultural dialogue … Continue Reading Monday, November 12, 2018 | Dialogue in Work and Life: How to Live in a Multicultural Society?
Thursday, November 1 12:30–1 p.m., Check-in • 1–8 p.m., Program Friday, November 2 8:30–9 a.m., Check-in • 9–5 p.m., Program Register here. Gender equality demands equal opportunity to speak and be heard. … Continue Reading November 1-2, 2018 | Gender Equality and the First Amendment
Please join us for a distinguished panel of speakers who will reflect on the ongoing Catholic clergy sexual abuse crises from their particular scholarly and professional vantage points–psychology, law, theology, … Continue Reading October 29, 2018 | What Happened? Why? What Now? Clergy Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church
October 17, 2018 | How Catholic Teaching on Migrants and Refugees Provides Guidance on the Wayward Policies of the U.S.
How Catholic Teaching on Migrants and Refugees Provides Guidance on the Wayward Policies of the U.S. An event co-sponsored by the Center for Ethics Education and Department of Theology Speaker: … Continue Reading October 17, 2018 | How Catholic Teaching on Migrants and Refugees Provides Guidance on the Wayward Policies of the U.S.
About the Conference This conference will examine the multifaceted effects of violence throughout the human lifespan and present proactive measures to mitigate adverse outcomes. The conference will focus particularly on … Continue Reading October 27, 2018 | The Impact of Violence on Health and Education
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the implementation of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act (Hart and Celler Act). With this act, family reunification became a guiding principle, and … Continue Reading October 26, 2018 | A Nation of Immigrants? 50 Years of the New Immigration
The official and/or hierarchical church often finds it difficult to respond to the situations of many of its members, whether because they are rejected and insulted by other Catholics based … Continue Reading October 9, 2018 | An Atlas of Another and Difficult World: Gender, Race, and the Church
Making Up Your Own Mind: Thinking Effectively through Creative Puzzle-SolvingA Presentation by Edward B. Burger, Ph.D., President of Southwestern University Wednesday, October 3, 2018 6:00 pm First-Floor Auditorium, Keating Hall … Continue Reading October 3, 2018 | Making Up Your Own Mind: Thinking Effectively through Creative Puzzle-Solving
October 2, 2018 |Putting Advanced Degrees to Work in the 21st Century: Academic Associations on Recent Trends in Career Pathways for Humanities and STEM Fields
Join us as two leaders in career development for advanced degree candidates (master’s and Ph.D. students) visit Fordham University: Emily Swafford, Ph.D., director of academic and professional affairs for the … Continue Reading October 2, 2018 |Putting Advanced Degrees to Work in the 21st Century: Academic Associations on Recent Trends in Career Pathways for Humanities and STEM Fields
Please join us to hear our keynote speaker, Chris Barrett of Cornell University, present “Meeting the Global Food Security Challenges of the 21st Century.” Friday, September 28 8 a.m. – … Continue Reading September 28, 2018 | Reduce Hunger: Pope Francis’ Call for New Approaches
We hope you will join us for “Advancing Local Leadership in Today’s Global Refugee Crisis.” Catholic Relief Services and IPED are hosting this panel discussion to coincide with the opening … Continue Reading September 25, 2018 | 2018 Global Refugee Crisis: Advancing Local Leadership
RELIGIOUS LAWYERING AT TWENTY Fordham Law School, New York City Thursday, September 13, 2018 – Friday, September 14, 2018 Building on the seminal work of Tom Shaffer (On Being a … Continue Reading September 13 & 14, 2018 | Religious Lawyering at Twenty
A Decade of Advancing Immigrant Representation Tuesday, May 8, 2018 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Reception to follow Fordham Law School Skadden Conference Center 150 West 62nd Street New York, … Continue Reading May 8, 2018 | A Decade of Advancing Immigrant Representation
A discussion of conscience protection in light of recent cases in the law and in healthcare with presentations from Nancy Berlinger and Linda Greenhouse, Q&A, and a reception to follow. … Continue Reading April 19, 2018 | Conscience Matters: Tensions between Religious Rights and Civil Rights
The 2018 Fordham Distinguished Lecture on Disability Disability & Innovation: The Universal Benefits of Inclusion Speaker: Haben Girma Wednesday, April 11, 2018 5:00pm – 6:00pm Reception and Q&A from 6:00pm … Continue Reading April 11, 2018 | Disability & Innovation: The Universal Benefits of Inclusion
Join GSAS Futures in conversation with Rufus E. Jones, co-founder and President of the James Weldon Johnson Foundation. Jones will discuss a challenge endemic to many new candidates seeking … Continue Reading April 10, 2018 | Managing Stereotype Threat on the Job Market