Author Salman Rushdie, poet J. Mae Barizo, composer Paul Cantelon and the American String Quartet closed WAMFEST 2014 at the Florham Campus with a performance called "Memory Place: Music Meets the Page."
Critically-acclaimed writer Neil Gaiman talked books, craft, comics, television and much more at WAMFEST 2014. "Writing is a craft, not magic. It’s something that you sit down and do," he said.
With wit, warmth and wisdom, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright opened the inaugural season of the New Jersey Speakers Series, presented by Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Assisting on faculty research propelled Metropolitan Campus graduate, Olga Melnyk, MBA'13, to a prestigious job with TD Bank in New York City.
Three decades after studying at Wroxton College, Keith Hayes, BA'81 (Metro), translates his Wroxton memories into a children's story book called, "In Mr. Handsome's Garden."
A bronze statue of civil rights leader Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. was unveiled on Sunday, Oct. 12 at the Metropolitan campus.
In the News
- Daily Record: Author Neil Gaiman wows WAMFEST audience
- Daily Record: Former Gov. Brendan Byrne celebrates book launch at FDU
- NorthJersey.com: MLK Jr. statue unveiled at Metro Campus dedication
- New Jersey Newsroom: FDU tries to score with sports brand
- Inc.: Silberman Dean Andrew Rosman on what makes an expert
- Car Talk: FDU researchers develop hybrid conversion system for commercial vehicles
- NPR: Prof. and novelist René Steinke discusses her book "Friendswood"
- ABC 7: Latino alumni featured on "Tiempo" with David Novarro