FDU in Motion
Fairleigh Dickinson University - Our university video shows off a slice of what's special at FDU and features several outstanding alumni and students whose lives have been transformed
Faculty Focus - Professors offer expert commentary and insight on critical issues
Turning Point - Prominent alumni discuss their careers and the moments that inspired them to reach great heights.
Wroxton College: A Half-Century of Transforming Lives - New video celebrates the 50th anniversary of FDU's campus in England.
Global Issues Gateway - U.N. ambassadors and other speakers address global topics
Commencement - The graduates' shining hour
On Campus and In the News - Recent events and the latest from students, faculty and staff
Academic Convocation - The formal opening of the academic year
Take a Tour - Virtually visit our four campuses
The Pinnacle and other alumni videos - Outstanding alumni are honored and featured here.
PublicMind - An in-depth look at the acclaimed polling and research center
Politics on the PublicMind - Lecture series examining important current events
Petrocelli College Testimonials - Programs for adult learners and non-traditional students
Rothman Center for Entrepreneurship - Lectures and programs for entrepreneurs
Career Development Centers - A close look at the career services available for students and alumni
Presidential Presentations - Select speeches/messages from the late J. Michael Adams, President of FDU from 1999-2012
Founders Peter and Sally Sammartino's I Dreamed a College - 1980 documentary on the history of Fairleigh Dickinson University
The Twomblys of Florham - Two experts on the history of Florham discuss the Vanderbilt-Twombly family's life on the estate
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Video recordings play at least two powerful roles at FDU: They introduce FDU programs, places, and people to visitors to FDU websites, and they archive compelling public events so those events are available to a wider audience.
“Wroxton College: A Half-Century of Transforming Lives” shows what has made "The Wroxton Experience" so valuable to the thousands of students who have shared it over the decades.
Before a crowd of more than 700 students, faculty, staff and media in the Rothman Center on the Metropolitan Campus, technology engineer and pioneer Steve Wozniak discussed artificial intelligence, science fairs, Apple’s origins and much more.
The Devils women's basketball team finished 33-0 and won the NCAA Division III NCAA National Championship.